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Woodlake family raises money to bury son hit and killed by car

Woodlake woman’s oldest son was killed while walking along a country road last month near Plainview @TheSunGazette WOODLAKE – Parents should never have to bury their children but life does not follow rules of the heart. Death strikes families every day and young people are often the victims of drugs, crime and accidents. Those unexpected […]

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Obituary: Michael Richard

Michael Richard Michael Richard of Exeter, Calif. passed away Saturday, June 29, 2018. He was 69 years old. Michael was born and raised and attended Exeter Schools, graduating from Exeter Union High School. Arrangements are by Smith Family Chapel, Exeter. Online condolences may be made at smithfamilychapel.com.

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National parks begin fire restrictions for summer

As of June 29 there is no cigarette smoking, wood and charcoal fires below 6,000 ft. elevation @TheSunGazette SEQUOIA AND KINGS CANYON NATIONAL PARKS – High heat, no moisture and lots of dry vegetation mean that fire season has begun in the mountains and restrictions along with it. As of June 29, the National Park […]

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Courthouse Gallery displays impressionist paintings by Chuck Prudhomme, Iva Fendrick

@TheSunGazette EXETER – Growing up on the plains of the Serengeti and the jungles of West Africa gave Chuck Prudhomme a unique perspective on life. A perspective that has only broadened throughout his life following a career as a military and civilian helicopter pilot.  And after retiring from his aviation career, Prudhomme decided to share […]

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Dept. of Public Health reminds Californians about safe food handling during the summer season

@TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO – Millions of Americans will spent this and other summer evenings enjoying picnics, barbecues and other outdoor activities. But not everything in the summer sun is fun when it comes to food. The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) is reminding Californians about the importance of safe food handling to prevent foodborne illness. Salmonella, E. […]

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New position to encourage more people to ‘Visit Visalia’

Visalia Convention & Visitor’s Bureau hires industry leader Demea Metcalf to promote convention center and tourism in Visalia @TheSunGazette VISALIA  – Conveniently located halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles, Visalia is quickly becoming a hot spot for conventions catering to everything from ham radio operators to gymnastics competitions. And the trend should improve after […]

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Farmers and deputies work to deter theft

Tulare County Sheriff’s Sgt. recommends growers use GPS tracking, ID numbers and SmartWater technology on equipment  By Christine Souza California Farm Bureau TULARE COUNTY – It’s a busy time on the farm, as farmers harvest crops, apply materials and prepare ground for planting. But the tools farmers need to do the work of agriculture—including large […]

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Rural Libraries Tour to stop in Visalia, offers writing workshop and reading from poets Tim Z. Hernandez and Dana Gioia

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Tulare County Library, with support from the California Center for the Book and Poets & Writers, Inc., present Poet Tim Z. Hernandez and California Poet Laureate Dana Gioia at the Visalia Branch Library July 6 from 3 to 5:30 p.m. Following the writing workshop at 3 p.m., Hernandez, Gioia and local poets […]

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Jorge “DJ Cooch” Marroquin headlines July 7 show in Visalia with up-and-comer Kabir Singh, Valley native Manny Maldonado

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – With 15 years of comedy as a stand up, actor and writer Jorge Marroquin, aka DJ Cooch, is now headlining comedy clubs and colleges around the country.  Marroquin has performed with comedy heavy weights such as Eddie Griffin, Carlos Mencia, Anjelah Johnson, John Pinnet, Pablo Francisco, Russell Peters, Arsenio Hall, Loni Love […]

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Visalians can report illegal fireworks online

City launches web page allowing residents to report illegal fireworks now through July 5  @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Today, families and friends will gather in driveways, along sidewalks, and in the middle of cul-de-sacs to light up the night with July 4th fireworks. But not everything that whistles, pops and crackles is safe.  The Visalia Fire […]

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