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Woodlake council passes official 2018-2019 budget

City benefits from major general fund increase, begins signups for recreation soccer league By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – Woodlake’s budgets have been trending upwards for several years now, and its biggest leap has been the budget just passed last Monday, June 11.  City administrator Ramon Lara and director of community development Jason Waters are projecting […]

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Exeter announces Visalia Public Works director Adam Ennis as new city manager starting on June 27

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – After six months of searching, and a series of exhaustive interviews, the Exeter City Council has decided to offer Visalia Public Works director Adam Ennis, the position of city manager. Since the beginning of January, when former Exeter city manager Randy Groom relocated to Visalia, former Visalia finance director Eric […]

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Hellwig Suspension Products warns of increased pricing due to metal market speculation and threat of tariffs

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – Tariffs have dominated the news cycle over the last two weeks, and discussion over consequences has started to hit a little closer to home. Hellwig Suspension Products in Visalia has been watching the upward trend of imported steel prices since March and has now decided to get out ahead of […]

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Election 2018: Primary mix of close races, decisive results

Tulare County voters decide DA on election night; 26 Calif. Assembly District too close to call By Paul Myers and Reggie Ellis @PaulM_SGN | @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY – Last week’s election night results left a great many candidates taking down their campaign signs, others putting more up and a few still anxiously awaiting the outcome. […]

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Guest speaker Javier Guzman drives message home J.J. Cairns graduates will work harder to succeed

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Students from John J. Cairns alternative education high school walked out of the Lindsay gym with their diploma in hand and their heads held high. After four years of intensive study and discipline they are ready to move on to college, trades or whatever dreams they choose to pursue. But […]

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Visalia Chamber of Commerce’s 2018 Man of the Year Sam Logan has committed 26 years of his life to his community, even longer to his Morgan Plus 4 car

By Paul Myers @PaulM_sgn VISALIA – For anyone looking to find 2018’s Visalia Man of the Year you might have a hard time trying to catch him. Between riding around in his Morgan Plus 4 and his numerous community commitments Sam Logan is not one to sit still for long.  As a member of the Visalia […]

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Farmersville City Council and staff consider proposed FY18/19 budget with key policy changes

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN FARMERSVILLE – As far as city budgets go Farmersville has managed to keep their head above water. They have weathered financial storms through budget cuts and salary freezes. Now with the 2018-2019 fiscal year approaching on July 1 the City is making some key changes to how they manage their money, and […]

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Melanie (Hellwig) White becomes first female president of Hellwig Suspension Products, fourth generation management for family-owned company

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – The family-owned manufacturing behemoth, Hellwig Suspension Products, is now ushering in a fourth generation Hellwig into the highest level of management. And this time, it is the first ever woman in the company leading the way. Just about a month ago Melanie Hellwig-White donned the title president of Hellwig Suspension […]

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Exeter public works director says major well back on line but groundwater levels continue to drop

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Residents found it more than mildly annoying when their water pressure was at an all-time low for weeks. Thankfully, Exeter public works director Daymon Qualls said at last Tuesday’s City Council meeting Well 13 at Park Place was back on line and bringing some much needed pressure to the City’s […]

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