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County seeks grants to complete Community Park of Goshen

By Nancy Vigran Reporting for the Sun-Gazette VISALIA – The park in Goshen now has an official name, Community Park of Goshen. The 11-acre park, located at the corner of Betty Drive and Robinson Road, is the 11th park falling under management of Tulare County Parks and Recreation. In late May, an outreach meeting was […]

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Class of 2019: Knights demonstrate the ‘true meaning of strength’

Seniors from John J. Cairns, Loma Vista Charter schools receive diplomas Thursday during the schools’ commencement ceremony By Nancy Vigran Reporting for the Sun-Gazette LINDSAY – Thirty-eight seniors from John J. Cairns High and Loma Vista Charter schools took part in the graduation commencement ceremony on Thursday along with nine Lindsay Adult Education students. Graduate […]

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Local artists display their depictions of ocean views in new exhibit; artists’ reception is June 9

By Nancy Vigran Reporting for The Sun-Gazette EXETER – The Exeter Courthouse Gallery wants to transport you to your favorite beach in its newest showing, “Seascapes and Ocean Views”. The show has nearly 50 entries from oils to watercolors, photography to ceramics. Local Tulare County artists who have entered the show include John Sundstrom, Nancy […]

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Vietnam-era veteran to give keynote in Exeter

American Legion seeks volunteers to place more than 1,300 flags at veterans’ graves in Exeter By Nancy Vigran Reporting for The Sun-Gazette EXETER – Vietnam-era Veteran Stan Dillon has been chosen as the keynote speaker for this year’s American Legion Memorial Day ceremony. Dillon looks to honor those who sacrificed their lives for their country, […]

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Nonprofit claims lily pond estimates are all wet

Mary Bryant founder of the Real Mooney Grove Project Inc says ‘Lily Pond’ could have been done years ago at no cost to the County By Nancy Vigran @TheSunGazette VISALIA – The beloved Mooney Grove Park continues to be a topic of discord between members of the community and the Tulare County Board of Supervisors. […]

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Tulare Museum offers bus trip to Reagan Library

Presidential Library will be coupled with World of Da Vinci in June trip offered by the Tulare Historical Museum By Nancy Vigran Reporting for The Sun-Gazette TULARE – Last year, members of the Tulare City Historical Society and their friends took a trip to San Diego to visit the USS Zumwalt, a guided missile destroyer […]

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Tulare councilman fighting off allegations of abuse of council position

By Nancy Vigran Reporting for the Sun-Gazette TULARE – In an April 27 press release, Visalia attorney Michael Lampe called out Tulare City Councilman Greg Nunley in what he claims as to be “crystal clear” evidence that Nunley is using his councilmember status to better himself and his businesses. Nunley, who has been a local […]

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Woodlake gardens flourish with aid of volunteers

Group of gardening organizations bring Woodlake’s vibrant rose garden back to life, worry about who will take care of it after they’re gone By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette WOODLAKE—The Woodlake Rose Garden lost some of its luster last year. This year, however, the gardens are blooming brightly again. Originator of the gardens was […]

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