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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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Tulare council hurries to interview candidates for city manager

Two council seats to change with November election By Nancy Vigran @TheSunGazette TULARE – The City of Tulare has called a special session of council for Wednesday, Sept. 26. On the agenda is a closed meeting with regard to the appointment of a city manager. During the meeting council will be interviewing seven applicants for […]

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FPPC complaint filed against Tulare Councilman Greg Nunley

By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette tulare – A complaint has been filed with the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) against Tulare Councilman Greg Nunley for a lack of filing his Form 700, Statement of Economic Interests, due on April 2. The complaint was filed by Tulare resident, David Frost, through his Visalia attorney, […]

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‘Gleaning’ fellowship in the golden years

Visalia Gleaning Seniors offers food and camaraderie for its members, other seniors By Nancy Vigran Reporter for The Sun-Gazette VISALIA – The Visalia Gleaning Seniors started in 1976, clearing fields of unpicked vegetables and orchards of unused fruit. Today, while they no longer actually glean the fields, members continue to provide themselves and their peers […]

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K-TIP closes door on local host, employees followed in solidarity

Current KTIP owner Larry Stoneburner cuts ties with long time local host Kent Hopper in wake of pending sale to Bakersfield businessman and K-GEN station owner Jose Arredondo, PK the Redhead and other staff quit By Nancy Vigran @TheSunGazette PORTERVILLE – The end of August brought about the end of an era for K-TIP radio. Since […]

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Tulare Council approve reimbursement, new city manager decision nears

Tulare Council approves development reimbursement agreement, decides to start work on narrowing field for new city manager By Nancy Vigran @TheSunGazette Tulare – In a 4-0 vote, Tulare City Council quietly passed to execute an oversized reimbursement agreement with Del Lago Place, LLC on August. 21. Councilman Greg Nunley had recused himself and left the room, […]

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Tulare’s Evolutions continues on path to promote healthy living

By Nancy Vigran @TheSunGazette TULARE– For 13 years, Evolutions Fitness and Wellness Center has aided the Tulare community, offering a variety of exercise habits and encouraging healthy living. If the Tulare Regional Medical Center (TRMC) board of directors has its way, it will continue well into the future. Through last year’s firing of the TRMC hospital’s […]

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Farm to cell, Sheriff’s farm feeds budget and inmates

Tulare County Sheriff’s farm is a helpful source of savings and meals for inmates By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette TULARE COUNTY – The Tulare County Sheriff Department Farm, north of Visalia, provides much of the food supply to the surrounding Men’s Correctional Facility, Bob Wiley Detention Facility, and the Adult Pre-Trial Facility,  while […]

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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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