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Farmersville Unified welcomes new superintendent, changes in administration

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN FARMERSVILLE – Farmersville’s new superintendent has some big, albeit familiar shoes to fill. Farmersville Unified is under new direction now that superintendent Randy Degraw has left the district. Filling in the seat now is the former Assistant Superintendent Dr. Paul Sevillano. His goal is to keep doing what is working. And […]

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Lindsay tables clerk decision, Harmon to be interim city manager

City Council puts brakes on appointing new city clerk which would free current clerk, finance director to take on interim city manager job after Zigler departs Aug. 31 By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Lindsay City Council knows they are going to have a new city manager in September, at least on an interim basis. But […]

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Recent quakes lead to local support for SoCal families

Mustard Seed Acre, others donate supplies to deliver to families in Trona affected by 6.4, 7.1 magnitude earthquakes By Paul Myers and Nancy Vigran @PaulM_SGN EXETER – The Fourth of July wasn’t met with a bang as much as it was met with a violent rumble. A 6.4 magnitude earthquake hit Southern California near Ridgecrest two […]

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Woodlake wraps up 31 acres of new land

Woodlake City Council votes to approve $558,000 purchase of 31.05 acres of olives for future housing or park development By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – Last week at the Woodlake City Council meeting, the council voted 3-0 to gobble up a massive property and turn it into something worthwhile. According to staff reports from the meeting, […]

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Coffee lab mixes the right components for Visalia shop

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – Visalia’s buzz around Component Coffee Lab is driving people through the door and owner Jon Anderson is welcoming customers with a worthwhile experience. Their offering of coffee, food and atmosphere has made customers turn their heads. So, it is no surprise that Component was nominated for Visalia Chamber of Commerce […]

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Exeter budget on the brink as revenues dwindle

Finance director Chris Tavarez closes budget gap for 2019-2020 fiscal year, concerned over revenues needed to maintain current level of service By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Exeter’s new fiscal year is deficit free, but the City is emphatically saying that holding the budgetary line will not be a possibility in the future. It took some […]

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Lindsay council passes budget 3-2, Wellness Center funding in doubt

Council passes 2019-2020 fiscal year budget 3-2 after contentious exchange, future Wellness Center and capital improvement project funding in doubt By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY– Lindsay’s budget, is heading on a path for the straight and narrow, very narrow. In fact, the budget even passed by the narrowest of margins for a five-person council, 3-2. While […]

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Groundwater Sustainability Agencies still unsure over monitoring, nearing draft sustainability plan

Greater Kaweah intends to achieve five percent of sustainability plan over five years, growers encouraged to track groundwater use By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER — Measuring the water beneath our feet takes technology that looks out of this world, and pictures that actually are. As the deadline for sustainable groundwater plans draws near agencies in charge are […]

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Exeter City Council appoints Dave Hails to vacant council seat

Local realtor and recent former olive grower David Hails appointed to Council, to be sworn in on June 25 By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER —Exeter has landed on their fifth and final council member, at least until the November 2020 election. Before their meeting last week the Exeter City Council rounded out the dais on a […]

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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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