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Exeter grads celebrate in light of heavy hearts

Graduates receive their diplomas, recognize a student missing due to a tragic collision two weeks prior By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Monarch Stadium was packed once again to celebrate their most recent graduating class. But students, families and teachers pushed their celebratory mood aside for just a moment to remember America Fernandez, who could […]

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Woodlake breaks $400K mark in cannabis tax revenue

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – Over the last year Woodlake has set the market for Tulare County cannabis tax collection. Over the last four quarters the City has collected $400,836.31 worth of cannabis tax revenue. Just over a quarter of that total, $108,347.16, came in between January and March of this year. All of which […]

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FoodLink considers hiring private security firm to help thwart vandalism problem

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – For the third time in May, FoodLink was forced to struggle fulfilling their mission of feeding Tulare County because of vandalism. Last Tuesday, May 28, vandals cut the fuel lines to their largest trucks. “We’ve been parking our smaller vehicles inside the warehouse but we have the two larger trucks […]

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Farmersville makes more way for dispensaries

Council changes sensitive land uses requirement for churches from 1,000 feet to 300 feet By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – Now that Farmersville’s dispensaries are underway, if not already in operation, the City Council is beginning to make some changes to how close they can be to places already nearby. Last Tuesday, […]

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Exeter City Council open to cannabis consultation clinic

Exeter City Council directs staff to investigate ways to allow medical cannabis consulting company BioLife Solutions to locate in town By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER– The City of Exeter made a strict decision early on to buck the overwhelming trend of local cannabis that has swept California, including some nearby cities. Good thing, too, as the […]

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Bill Zigler says the phone box impeding vehicles at new roundabout is scheduled to be moved June 10

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Lindsay’s somewhat contentious roundabout at Westwood and Hermosa is a little hung-up on the phone. Well, not quite the phone but a Frontier telephone box. Things have not quite panned out for the City now that their roundabout is mostly complete. Drivers are managing to navigate the new road feature, […]

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Exeter High School installs blinking crosswalk signs for students crossing Highway 65

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Students no longer need to dangerously dash across the highway to get to downtown for lunch anymore. There is a much safer, and noticeable, option available, and just over a year in the making. Until recently students at Exeter High School could either walk past Palm to cross one of […]

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Seven things to remember about Memorial Day

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER– Most everyone knows that Memorial Day is not just another three-day weekend. It is an opportunity to pause for those who lost their lives in defense of this country. But for those who assembled at the Exeter Cemetery on Monday, they learned a little more about the day. Stan Dillon, a […]

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Exeter Council foregoes costly special election, will appoint Dist. A resident to fill Teresa Boyce’s seat

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER– Exeter City Council decided how they want to move forward in filling former mayor and councilwoman Teresa Boyce’s seat at their meeting last week. Since her tragic fall in March, Boyce has resigned from her term that began last December on May 1. Her resignation has left the council with the […]

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State endangers local cannabis control, Woodlake issues opposition letter

Woodlake opposing AB 1356 over encroachment of local control, arbitrary liquor license to dispensary ratio By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – Cities weary about commercial marijuana in 2016 could sleep well at night knowing they could control what businesses could come into town, and how many of them. It only took three years for the State […]

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