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Oil, water, pastels mix in Exeter gallery’s new show

New show brings together three local artists at Courthouse Gallery in Exeter @TheSunGazette EXETER – Three artists from three different parts of the country will display their artwork in three different media in Exeter this month. The Courthouse Gallery will present its last exhibit of 2018, “New Stuff: New Artists and New Art,” beginning on […]

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Visalia information goes ‘On Air’ with new podcast

Visalia offers city hall news, community interviews, and positive reinforcement on “Visalia On Air” podcast By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – The City of Visalia is now on the air, the digital airwaves to be precise. Last month, the city announced the first episode of “Visalia On Air,” a podcast with a tagline to “inspire, […]

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Cardinals upset Hawks on last-second field goal

Emiliano Corona kicks 28-yard field goal in Lindsay’s 37-34 win over liberty By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN MADERA-RANCHOS – The first major upset of this year’s football section championship playoffs happened last Friday night when the No. 13-seeded Lindsay Cardinals eliminated the fourth-seeded Liberty Hawks 37-34 on a last second field goal in the Division V […]

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Woodlake man faces 7 years in prison

Wilfredo Avalos stole a neighbor’s TV and then threatened his life @TheSunGazette WOODLAKE – A Woodlake man faces up to seven years in state prison after stealing a neighbor’s TV and then threatening the victim’s life. On Oct. 30 in Department 10 of the Tulare County Superior Court, a jury convicted Wilfredo Avalos, 25, of […]

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Spartans defeat Eagles 12-11 in double overtime

Spartans defeat Eagles 12-11 in double overtime By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN BAKERSFIELD – Strathmore is headed to the Division III semifinals for the first time in three years after defeating the Tulare Western Mustangs, 19-8, and a double overtime 12-11 win over Bakersfield Christian propelled the sixth-seeded Spartans to the third round. It was the […]

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Monarchs fall in D-III quarterfinals

Early foul trouble cost Exeter in 14-8 loss to Reedley By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN REEDLEY – The fifth-seeded Exeter Monarchs’ season ended last Saturday when they lost to the fourth-seeded Reedley Pirates 14-8 in the Division III playoffs. “We played well, but we just got into foul trouble early,” Exeter head coach Amanda Ogata said. […]

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Burglar signs a false police report

Rodney McCurdy’s crime spree ended after he signed a false police report to cover up his crimes @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Police caught a Visalia burglar last week after he came to the police station to sign a false police report. Rodney McCurdy, 43, of Visalia called the Visalia Police Department on Oct. 29 to report […]

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Spartans advance to semifinals

Trace Pugh slings three touchdowns in Strathmore’s 54-6 win over Boron to open up D-VI playoffs By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN STRATHMORE – The Spartans’ march toward a third straight Division VI title got off to a slow start against a familiar opponent on Friday night, Nov. 2. In a rematch of week one, top-seeded Strathmore […]

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Forum to light pilot for natural gas projects

Calif. Public Utilities Commission holds Nov. 7 forum in Tulare for energy pilot projects to help five disadvantaged communities in Tulare County By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE – While California is among the top states in the nation in electricity generation from renewable resources, many San Joaquin Valley communities still rely on propane and wood […]

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