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Rotarians hope to improve the landscape of Potter’s Field

By Nancy Vigran Reporting for The Sun-Gazette TULARE COUNTY – Six Tulare County Rotary Clubs are looking to spruce up the Tulare County Cemetery. The cemetery, located north of Traver, in the northwest corner of county, is less than an inviting place to visit. According to a Rotary power-point presentation, “At present it contains one […]

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WHS grad wants City to pass younger age voting measure

Woodlake High School graduate Jessica Reynoso encourages Woodlake to place measure on 2020 ballot allowing 16- and 17-year-olds to vote in local elections By Nancy Vigran Reporting for the Sun-Gazette WOODLAKE – When politicos think of a young voting population they don’t think high school. But one Woodlake High School graduate is. In 2016, Berkeley […]

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Recent quakes lead to local support for SoCal families

Mustard Seed Acre, others donate supplies to deliver to families in Trona affected by 6.4, 7.1 magnitude earthquakes By Paul Myers and Nancy Vigran @PaulM_SGN EXETER – The Fourth of July wasn’t met with a bang as much as it was met with a violent rumble. A 6.4 magnitude earthquake hit Southern California near Ridgecrest two […]

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Self-Help, others drive alt-transportation into Tulare County

Car-sharing has become a reality in Visalia, Orosi and Dinuba thanks to Self-Help Enterprises, CalVans, and Miocar By Nancy Vigran Reporting for the Sun-Gazette TULARE COUNTY – Some of Tulare County’s neediest residents are getting moving thanks to the effort of a key nonprofit. Seeing a need for short-term car accessibility, Self-Help Enterprises worked out […]

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Visalia Fire Department turns 150

Firefighters at House 55, give Jaws of Life demonstration, fire truck display, and the opportunity to mingle with department personnel By Nancy Vigran Reporting for the Sun-Gazette VISALIA – Visalia’s firefighters set the community ablaze with celebration on Saturday. Together with the community, the Visalia Fire Department celebrated their 150th birthday at House 55. A […]

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Ceramics featured for Art Market at Jon Ginsburg Gallery

The Creative Center artists will be joined by Visalia-based rock band Call Me James on Friday, July 5 By Nancy Vigran Reporting for The Sun-Gazette VISALIA – This month the Jon Ginsburg Gallery is offering outside artists a chance to show their wares in the Gallery’s art marketplace. There are at least eight community artists […]

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Tulare’s Portuguese community celebrates 100 years in the city

For 100 years, the Tulare Divino Espirito Santo (TDES) Hall has served Portuguese immigrants and their descendants keeping their faith and tradition alive in the community. This year brings about the celebration with the 101st year of the Festival of the Holy Spirit, with a week-long celebration. By Nancy Vigran Reporting for the Sun-Gazette TULARE […]

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Lindsay High School students intern at Porterville hospital

Nine Lindsay High School students make up first Health Academy Pathway summer internship program offered at Sierra View Medical Center in Porterville By Nancy Vigran @TheSunGazette PORTERVILLE – Dressed in Cardinal red smocks, nine Lindsay High School students, referred to as learners, have been spending their summer in an internship program at Sierra View Medical […]

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Tulare promotes interim city manager Rob Hunt to permanent job

By Nancy Vigran Reporting for the Sun-Gazette TULARE —The City of Tulare has been without a permanent city manager since March, 2018, when the former manager was let go. As of June 4, that seems to be resolved. After an exhaustive search the City Council voted to hire Interim City Manager Rob Hunt to fill […]

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