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Council tempers flare amidst Nunley damage claims, trip to Vegas

By Nancy Vigran Reporting for the Sun-Gazette TULARE – Most boxing matches have two fighters in the ring, but at Tulare City Council’s meeting last Tuesday, April 16, there was four. Absent one Terry Sayre, the remaining council members sparred for a full 90 minutes despite a rather short agenda.. The consent calendar contained staff […]

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Historic home could become Visalia museum

Ernie and Liss Crotty want to sell their 1883 downtown home to nonprofit for preservation as a museum By Nancy Vigran @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Visalia could be getting its own museum if Michael Kreps and Ernie Crotty get their way. It’s something that would be just fine with the City’s planning commission, most likely the […]

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Tulare city clerk earns top recognition from IIMC

Chief Deputy City Clerk Roxanne Yoder receives certified municipal clerk designation  By Nancy Vigran Reporting for the Sun-Gazette TULARE – Earlier this month Tulare’s chief deputy city clerk Roxanne Yoder received her certified municipal clerk (CMC) designation, awarded by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC) Inc.  “IIMC grants the CMC designation only to those […]

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Tulare councilmember Greg Nunley claims City employees unduly interfered with his development business

By Nancy Vigran Reporting for the Sun-Gazette TULARE —While it is not unusual for a city to be involved in various forms of litigation from time to time, what is unusual is for that litigation to be brought about by their very own city council member. That is just one issue the City of Tulare […]

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Three Rivers author tackles social injustice in new book

Shirley A. Blair taps into her own family history to take on social justice and race in America By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette THREE RIVERS – For more than half-a-century, Shirley A. Blair Keller has been trying to respond to her grandfather’s question. When she was a child, her grandfather asked his daughter, […]

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End of the Trail pond should be fully repaired by May

Pond beneath iconic ‘End of the Trail’ statue at Mooney Grove still needs to be drained, sealed and refilled By Nancy Vigran Reporting for The Sun-Gazette VISALIA – “Parks and Recreation Staff is working creatively to revive the working condition of the fountain around ‘The End of Trail Statue,’ at Mooney Grove Park,” was recently […]

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Tulare breaks ground on $10 million Cartmill widening project between Hwy 99 and De La Vina St.

By Nancy Vigran Reporting for the Sun-Gazette TULARE – Courting new business is something Tulare has been involved with for years. But the mayor and the rest of city council have now made it a priority. With that in mind, ground was broken last week for an improvement project along Cartmill Ave. It’s a $10 […]

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Comic Con art gets off the couch for 24th annual sofa art show

Sofa Art Show opens at The Creative Center on Friday, April 5 By Nancy Vigran Reporter for The Sun-Gazette VISALIA – It doesn’t depict your actual sofa, or any other sofa you may find in the furniture store. But, Sofa Art is back and this time it is colliding with Comic Con! The 24th Annual […]

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