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Visalia homebuilder opens 150-home subdivision in Fresno County

@TheSunGazette KINGSBURG– A Visalia-based homebuilder just opened a new subdivision with 150 homes on the edge of Tulare County. San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJV Homes) and Presidio Residential Capital held a grand opening at Summerlyn, a new community with 150 single-family homes in southeast Kingsburg, Calif., on Saturday, July 27. The home prices start in the $260,000s. “The gorgeous […]

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Residents wrangle with ranch rentals

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN THREE RIVERS – While the county was holding a town hall meeting to answer questions about a proposed 225-room hotel located off Highway 198 in Three Rivers, many residents there had just learned of a plan to build a party barn/vacation rental in a rural part of the community. Today, July […]

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New Visit Visalia logo honored with award

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Every city asks itself if local talent is enough to market their city as a tourism destination to the rest of the world. If you’re wondering whether Visalia has the creative minds to pull it off, the American Advertising Federation says you don’t have any reason for concern. The new Visit Visalia […]

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In-N-Out plans second Visalia location

By John Lindt Sierra2theSea News service VISALIA– Popular fast food hamburger chain In-N-Out is planning a new Visalia location on Dinuba Blvd at Riggin according to a site plan review filing by developer Donahue  Schriber. Like the burger chain’s famous double-double itself, In-N-Out will double the number of  restaurants in Visalia adding the north side […]

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Proposed H-VSA visa changes would streamline applications, strengthen protections

By Kaitlin Washburn @KWashy12 TULARE COUNTY – Amidst a national debate on immigration and a labor shortage in the Central Valley, the U.S. Department of Labor proposed changes to improve the H-2A temporary agricultural labor certification program. The proposal intends to “streamline and simplify” the application process, strengthen protections for U.S. and foreign workers and […]

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New ag theft law protects California farmers

By Kaitlin Washburn @Kwashy12 SACRAMENTO – Senate Republican Leader Shannon Grove (R-Bakersfield) introduced Senate Bill 224 in partnership with Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux. The law will provide resources to law enforcement to help with efforts to curb agricultural crime. Gov. Gavin Newsom signed the bill into law on July 12. “Farming is not a typical […]

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Illegal cannabis has grown despite legal marijuana on the market

Tulare County Grant Jury finds illegal marijuana grows have proliferated, RMA lacks manpower to handle investigations By Kaitlin Washburn @KWashy12 TULARE COUNTY – Since recreational marijuana was legalized in 2016, the number of illegal cannabis grows in Tulare County has increased, according to a recent report from the Tulare County Grand Jury. The report also found […]

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Providers pump brakes on ambulance plan

Ambulance Provider Association say they support concept of Three Rivers paramedic, but not as it is currently proposed By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN EXETER – Ambulance providers in Tulare County are in favor of a plan to bring ambulance service to Woodlake and Three Rivers, but not as it is currently proposed. In a June 18 letter, […]

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Proposed H-VSA visa changes would streamline applications, strengthen protections

By Kaitlin Washburn @KWashy12 TULARE COUNTY – Amidst a national debate on immigration and a labor shortage in the Central Valley, the U.S. Department of Labor proposed changes to improve the H-2A temporary agricultural labor certification program. The proposal intends to “streamline and simplify” the application process, strengthen protections for U.S. and foreign workers and […]

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Satellite, cable viewers still without local stations

@TheSunGazette FRESNO – Three weeks after a contract dispute between DirecTV/AT&T and Nexstar Media group, local satellite and cable viewers in the Fresno-Visalia market still can’t watch local news and programming on two of the four major television networks. On July 5, Nexstar Media Group, which owns KSEE24 and CBS47, announced that AT&T’s DirecTV satellite […]

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