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Tulare City attorney defends validity of council vote for loan to healthcare district

By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette TULARE – Tulare Interim City Attorney Mario Zamora defends the Tulare City Council 2-0 vote on Feb. 12 to offer a $9 million line of credit to the Tulare Local Healthcare District (TLHCD). In a special Council meeting called just for this matter, Councilman Carlton Jones was absent and […]

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WUHS spread awareness about teen dating violence in February

By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette WOODLAKE – February is a month for romance and love with Valentine’s Day falling mid-month. But February is also Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. On Tuesday, Feb. 12, leaders of the Family Services’ My Strength Club and My Voice Club at Woodlake Union High School got together wearing orange […]

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Legality of Tulare council Line of Credit vote in question

By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette TULARE – The legality of a 2-0 vote with one abstention and one recusal made by Tulare City Council Tuesday night is being questioned by one council member and other community members. During a special meeting Council “passed” a motion to provide a line-of-credit to the Tulare Local […]

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Juni Fisher takes literary stage

Tulare County native and western music star Juni Fisher publishes her first book, The Girls from Centro By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette LINDSAY – Juni Fisher is well-known for her songwriting and musical performances, but in December her first book came out and it appears to be a hit! The award-winning musician still […]

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Tulare Hospital loan still in flux after Council’s lack of quorum

By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette TULARE – Without a quorum on the matter during Tuesday night’s council meeting, the City of Tulare was unable to decide whether to award the Tulare Local Healthcare District (TLHCD) a $9 million line of credit. This comes at a crucial time for the Healthcare District. It needs […]

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Tulare police chief Wes Hensley rehired after $275,000 settlement, controversy still remains

By Nancy Vigran Reporting for the Sun-Gazette TULARE – Following last week’s mediation between Tulare officials and the City’s former Police Chief Wes Hensley, City Council voted to rehire the chief. Previous to the formal vote Council met in closed session for more than an hour. The final official vote was 4-1. Hensley had been […]

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ACT for Women and Girls leads march for reproductive justice in Visalia

ACT for Women and Girls’ Women’s March returns this Saturday at Oval Park in downtown Visalia By Nancy Vigran Reporting for the Sun-Gazette VISALIA – ACT for Women and Girls is taking the lead in this year’s Women’s March Visalia on Saturday, Jan. 19. Last year, some 1,000 locals participated in the March which started […]

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Nelson’s Ace Hardware located in former OSH building to open this March

By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette VISALIA– For many it was a sad day when Orchard Supply Hardware (OSH) shuttered its doors in Visalia. But, on the heels of its closing a new hardware-garden store will be opening to fill much of the same niche and in the same location. Mike Nelson was able to […]

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Art fills the Tulare Historical Museum with two exhibits now through March

By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette TULARE – With its 11th Annual Miniatures show well underway, the Tulare Historical Museum is opening a second exhibit today, Thursday, Jan. 10. This will be the 15th Annual Tulare County Varied Impressions Show. This acclaimed multi-artist show generates excitement for the museum’s gallery, and this year will […]

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