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Visalia Planning Commission approves three apartments on third floor of former Midtown Sports building

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – The longtime home of Midtown Sports will be converted into a restaurant and apartments. At its Aug. 27 meeting, the Visalia Planning Commission approved a conditional use permit for the building at 117 E. Main St. to be converted from a retail space to a restaurant with three apartments units […]

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City Council to fill void of chamber in Farmersville

Council discusses forming a business committee to act as a chamber of commerce By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN FARMERSVILLE – After three failed attempts at operating a chamber of commerce, Farmersville has come up with a new idea to form a group whose mission is to promote existing business in town. At its Aug. 27 meeting, the […]

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Life Insurance Is Probably Cheaper Than You Think

Provided by Garrett German According to a new study, 41% of Americans lack life insurance coverage. The 2017 Insurance Barometer Study, conducted by the nonprofit organizations LIMRA and Life Happens, also discovered that while 84% of Americans felt life insurance was appropriate for most people, just 70% thought it was a good idea for them. […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for the week ending Sept. 1, 2018

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Corn and sorghum are being harvested for silage. Alfalfa cutting and baling for hay continues. Black-eyed beans continue to be irrigated and cultivated. Cotton is in bloom with bolls being set. DECIDUOUS TREE FRUITS, NUTS, AND GRAPES: The stone fruit season is still in full gear. Export markets for […]

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Sierra Grant Program provides funding to 10 Central Valley nonprofits

Bank of the Sierra awards $36,000 in grants to Central Valley nonprofits during second quarter  @TheSunGazette PORTERVILLE – Bank of the Sierra announced last week that a total of $62,500 was given to 18 nonprofits within its footprint during the second quarter.  Kevin McPhaill, bank president and chief executive officer stated, “We are thrilled for […]

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Gas station owner plans 60-bed hotel in Lemon Cove at the corner of Highways 198 and 216

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN LEMON COVE – The rural community of Lemon Cove may get its first hotel in decades. At its Aug. 22 meeting, the Tulare County Planning Commission approved a zone change on a strip of property at the northwest corner of Highways 198 and 216. The 34,000-square foot piece of property is owned […]

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Orchard Supply Hardware to close in Visalia

Lowe’s offers employees priority status to apply for positions at sister company after OSH closing @TheSunGazette MOORESVILLE, N.C. — The big box budget axe finally whacked Visalia. On Aug. 22, Lowe’s Companies, Inc., the holding company for Orchard Supply Hardware, announced it will close all 99 OSH stores, which are located in California, Oregon and Florida, as well as […]

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Avoid These Life Insurance Missteps

Provided by Garrett German Are you about to buy life insurance? Shop carefully. Make your choice with insight from an insurance professional, as it may help you avoid some of these all-too-common missteps. Buying the first policy you see. Anyone interested in life insurance should take the time to compare a few plans – not […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for week ending August 25, 2018

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Corn and sorghum are being harvested for silage. Alfalfa cutting and baling for hay continues. Cotton and Black-eyed beans continue to be irrigated and cultivated. DECIDUOUS TREE FRUITS, NUTS, AND GRAPES: The stone fruit season is still in full gear. Export markets for stone fruit have included Central and […]

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WUSD ends taekwondo afterschool program

Taekwondo afterschool program at Woodlake Unified School District ends after 18 years  By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN WOODLAKE – In 2013 Terrence Keller was involved in a car accident. As part of his recovery he had to undergo physical therapy. During rehab he began using mental discipline and a series of “patterns” he had learned from studying […]

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