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Sundale, CVC agree to ‘Shake’ on it

K-8 elementary in Tulare, private middle school in Visalia seeking volunteers to help with The Amazing Shake life skills competition By Nancy Vigran, Reporter for the Sun-Gazette TULARE COUNTY – Central Valley Christian (CVC) Middle School in Visalia is looking for a few adult volunteers. Sundale School in Tulare could use a couple, too. You […]

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KDHC, SVMC partnership holds potential for lower drug prices, physician recruitment

Kaweah Delta and Sierra View partnership has potential to lower drug costs, attract physicians and create centralized clinics By Nancy Vigran, Reporter for the Sun-Gazette VISALIA – Last week, the independent boards of Kaweah Delta Health Care District (KDHCD) and Sierra View Medical Center each voted, unanimously, to enter into a Joint Powers Agreement (JPA) […]

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Mt. Whitney puts a bow on band funds

Mt. Whitney Band Boosters volunteers raise funds by wrapping Christmas gifts at the Visalia Mall By Nancy Vigran, Reporter for the Sun-Gazette VISALIA – For the past five years, the MWBB has helped put a wrap on Christmas. Through a location near the food court inside the Visalia Mall provided by the mall to them, […]

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Visalia Emergency Aide ‘thankful’ for larger pantry

VEAC opens doors to its new food pantry just in time for Thanksgiving By Nancy Vigran, Reporter for The Sun-Gazette VISALIA – The Visalia Emergency Aid Council’s new food pantry opened last week to a steady stream of customers. The new pantry and warehouse are four times larger than the old, adding much needed space […]

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Goshen residents looking to put park plan into motion

County Parks & Rec reaches out for community comments on unnamed park By Nancy Vigran, Reporter for The Sun-Gazette GOSHEN – Approximately 20 Goshen residents sat down with Tulare County Parks & Recreation personnel in a forum on Nov. 8 to discuss just how they would like to use the local park. Yet, unnamed, the […]

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Porterville’s Measure I calls for a 1% increase in sales tax worth $6 million

By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette PORTERVILLE– Porterville voters will have to decide whether they are willing to pay additional sales taxes in order to improve their roads and protect their streets. Measure I, on the November 6 ballot, calls for a 1% sales tax increase that will do exactly those things. Porterville City […]

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Tulare’s Ellen Gorelick earns Top Dog Award from Fresno State

By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette FRESNO – On October 26, the Fresno State Alumni Association honored its Top Dog Award winners during the Alumni Awards Gala at the Save Mart Center. Among those named was Tulare’s Ellen Gorelick, who earned Top Dog status through the Henry Madden Library. “It was really a beautiful […]

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Mooney Grove Lily Pond Project Winners Named

Tulare County waded through entries but chose Garden Street Art Studio’s design for the Mooney Grove Lily Pond Project By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette TULARE COUNTY – Winners of the Mooney Grove Lily Pond Project have been announced with a team from the Garden Street Art Studio being awarded the project. The team, […]

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A 4-H ‘Star’ in the making

Porterville senior Willow Werlhof works toward Emerald Star award after nine years in 4-H By Nancy Vigran Special to the Sun-Gazette TULARE COUNTY – The Emerald Star! It’s the crowning achievement earned in 4-H. And, Willow Werlhof wants one. The Porterville senior, has been a member of Prairie Center 4-H for nine years. She’s worked […]

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