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Visalia blood is going to the bank

Central California Blood Bank gets approval to move to the former Central Valley Community Bank Building on Caldwell By Nancy Vigran, Reporter for the Sun-Gazette VISALIA – Visalia’s planning commission voted unanimously for a conditional-use permit which will allow the Central California Blood Center (CCBC) to move its local facility from Mooney Blvd. to the […]

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CSET offers free tax prep for low income residents

CSET is recruiting volunteers for its income tax assistance program; no prior experience is required @TheSunGazette VISALIA – The coming of the new year invariably means a wrap up of the previous year, both in terms of social and financial inventory. In other words, in time to think about getting ready to file taxes. That […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending December 29, 2018 SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Alfalfa crops have received their final cuttings prior to winter dormancy. Winter grain and forage crops are being planted and continue to develop well due to the recent rains. Beans are being exported to Guadeloupe. DECIDUOUS TREE FRUITS, NUTS, AND GRAPES: Stone […]

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Tulare Hospital District evolves on sale of gym, brings in new equipment

Evolutions in Tulare shows a robust reboot in 2019 by adding almost 50 new pieces of equipment @TheSunGazette TULARE – Once an item on the chopping block during the Tulare Hospital District’s crash that spanned over a year, is coming back in force. Tulare Evolutions Fitness and Wellness Center is welcoming residents to burn off […]

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Valley citrus growers are cool with freezing temps

California Citrus Mutual says Central Valley citrus growers welcome cooler temperatures @TheSunGazette EXETER – While freezing nights in the Valley can leave people shivering in their homes, the temperature is just right for Tulare County’s citrus crop. California Citrus Mutual (CCM) out of Exeter says the cooler nights in the midst of a mild winter […]

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Blaze shuts down block of downtown

Three-alarm fire on Dec. 26 destroys three business on Main Street, damages three others @TheSunGazette VISALIA – A block of Main Street shut down last week after a three-alarm fire destroyed or damaged six downtown businesses. Battalion Chief Danny Wristen said the Visalia Fire Department responded to a report of smoke in the area of […]

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Agri-Center gives $10K in memory of K9

International Agri-Center donates $10,000 in memory of slain Tulare police dog Bane @TheSunGazette TULARE – A donation in memory of a fallen K9 officer will help ensure his furry colleagues will be more protected in the future. At the Dec. 18 Tulare City Council meeting, International Agri-Center CEO Jerry Sinift presented a $10,000 check to […]

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Carr drives chamber’s ‘Impact’ to build local leaders

Former NFL quarterback, Fresno State alumnus David Carr keynotes the Visalia Chamber’s 2019 Impact Leadership Conference @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Taking a quick break from the set of NFL Network, Valley football legend David Carr is making time to talk leadership in Visalia. Presenting as the keynote speaker at the 2019 Impact Leadership Conference, on March […]

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Proteus accredited by voc ed experts

William M. Maguy School of Education, a Division of Proteus, Inc. earns 4-year accreditation by Commission of the Council on Occupational Education @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Experts in technical education across the nation have given one Visalia-based vocational school its seal of approval. The Commission of the Council on Occupational Education (COE) has granted a four-year […]

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