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Supervisors extend deadline for Mooney Grove sculpture project

Artists have until Aug. 28 to submit proposal for Mooney Grove sculpture project to repurpose koi pond By Nancy Vigran Reporter for The Sun-Gazette VISALIA – The Tulare County Board of Supervisors has extended their deadline for proposals from the art community. The board is looking for artistic help with a sculpture project to repurpose […]

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City of Tulare welcomes chain business boom

New chain stores begin locating to the city of Tulare bringing the potential of increased tax dollars and jobs  By Nancy Vigran Reporter for The Sun-Gazette TULARE – Tulare is all a-buzz. And, in a good way. There’s a lot of new business coming in the works. New business not only makes shopping easier, but […]

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Tulare councilman Greg Nunley refutes all issues in recent lawsuit charged against him

By Nancy Vigran @TheSunGazette TULARE – Tulare Councilman Greg Nunley had a lot of hot water thrown at him on Friday, August 3, with the filing of a lawsuit against him and his company, Great Valley Builders. Also named in the suit were Driven Construction, Inc., Hidden Oaks Development Company, Inc., and Del Lago Place, LLC, […]

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Tulare turbulence, more interim managers leave the City in uncertain pattern

By Nancy Vigran @TheSunGazette Rumors of a “city council blue-like flu” were snuffed at the July 24 Tulare City Council meeting. Council had been scheduled to meet the week prior, but did not have a quorum. Vice Mayor Maritsa Castellanoz, Councilman Greg Nunley and Councilman Carlton Jones were absent. “We did have advanced knowledge of […]

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The long-anticipated Woodlake Community Center is expected to open next month barring any potential setbacks

By Nancy Vigran Special to the Sun-Gazette WOODLAKE – It has been a year in building, five years in planning and longer in the anticipation. And without any possible hiccups, in mid-August, Woodlake’s Community Center will open. Five years ago, the city council and city staff started actively discussing the need for a facility to […]

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Visalia Mall to raze former bank building; across the street, new building erected to replace old Weatherby’s

By Nancy Vigran Special to the Sun-Gazette VISALIA – The Visalia Mall is losing its outlying building this week, with demolition of the former bank building located on the southeast corner of the property along Mooney Boulevard. Basically, it was just time. The building hasn’t seen a long-term lease since 2004, although it has seen […]

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