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Low milk prices, water shortage due to drought knock Tulare to No. 2 ag value county in California

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY – Curdled milk prices and a drought hangover dragged Tulare County out of California’s top spot of agriculture producing counties for the first time in four years. Tulare County agriculture commissioner Marilyn Kinoshita delivered the souring news to the Tulare County Board of Supervisors at its Sept. 19 meeting. Tulare […]

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Exeter begins growing at a faster pace

Exeter’s growth is accustomed to moving at a snail’s pace, but recent changes to the City’s Southwest Specific Plan atop other recent commercial undertaking is confronting the City’s slow growth policy. Exeter Southwest Specific Plan is bordered by Visalia road to the north, an extension of Elberta to the west, Glaze to the south, and […]

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County may sign 1-yr. deal with SEIU

  About 3,200 Tulare County employees will get a raise for the first time in six years. On July 21, the County signed a tentative agreement with Services Employees International Union (SEIU) for a 3% raise this year, according to Kermit Wullschleger, part of the negotiating team for the Local 521. The Board of Supervisors […]

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Working Towards Relay

  Not to be confused with the day of Relay, May 7 will be an unofficial “Relay Day,” where several of the most popular Exeter Relay traditions will be combined into a single day to promote the actual event on May 17-18. May 7 will begin like many mornings for many people – with the […]

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Running Around the Office

  After 30 years of experience in the office supply business, the only title Mark Brackett hadn’t worn on his employee badge was owner. That changed on Jan. 6 of this year when Mark and his wife Lucilina opened their own online office furniture and supply business OfficeSource360. Mark began his career in office supplies […]

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Residents mount opposition to homes on the hill

  When Hector Rodriguez retired from U.S. Army Special Forces in 1992, he moved back to the Elderwood area northwest of Woodlake because it provided a place of solace after serving in some of the most stressful and hostile environments in the world. “Elderwood allowed me to heal from the wounds you can’t see,” Rodriguez […]

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Small STARS Step Up in Lindsay

Lindsay has long been labeled a disadvantaged community plagued by poverty and poor water quality. But that hasn’t deterred a small group of residents from trying to solve some of the communities biggest issues. Thirty-three 6th, 7th and 8th graders at Washington Elementary School come together for two to three hours each day afterschool to […]

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Students Protest FUSD admin.

By Reggie Ellis Sun-Gazette For most of Farmersville Unified School District’s 2,500 students, Jan. 14 was just another Tuesday in class. But 150 students never made it to class because they held a protest at the District Office. Students held signs reading “Save Our Schools,” “Goodbye Dr. Luna,” and “Save Mr. Flores” lined the sidewalk […]

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