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Exeter balances one of 2-year budget, Lindsay treads budgetary waters

Lindsay and Exeter make cuts to balance general fund while enterprise funds are in need of capital for future projects By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER, LINDSAY – While the economy is looking brighter around the state and nation, city budgets are still working on generating enough revenue to maintain the services they already provide. The City of Exeter […]

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Farmersville PD hosts Coffee with a Cop event from 6 to 9 a.m. on June 27 at Burgers & Donuts

@TheSunGazette FARMERSVILLE – Police officers are difficult to get to know. Normally they are in some sort of tussle, or they are too busy moving on to the next crisis. What is lost on most residents is that officers are community members just like anyone else. The recent narrative of the national news paint police […]

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Woodlake council passes official 2018-2019 budget

City benefits from major general fund increase, begins signups for recreation soccer league By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – Woodlake’s budgets have been trending upwards for several years now, and its biggest leap has been the budget just passed last Monday, June 11.  City administrator Ramon Lara and director of community development Jason Waters are projecting […]

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Farmersville begins phase 2 of sports park master plan

City will begin planting trees along the perimeter north of canal trailway along Freedom Drive, Walnut Avenue @Reggie_SGN FARMERSVILLE – It’s been a year and a half since the City of Farmersville opened the southern half of its Sports Park at the corner of Freedom Drive and Walnut Avenue. Now the city is ready to […]

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Farmersville City Council and staff consider proposed FY18/19 budget with key policy changes

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN FARMERSVILLE – As far as city budgets go Farmersville has managed to keep their head above water. They have weathered financial storms through budget cuts and salary freezes. Now with the 2018-2019 fiscal year approaching on July 1 the City is making some key changes to how they manage their money, and […]

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Exeter public works director says major well back on line but groundwater levels continue to drop

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Residents found it more than mildly annoying when their water pressure was at an all-time low for weeks. Thankfully, Exeter public works director Daymon Qualls said at last Tuesday’s City Council meeting Well 13 at Park Place was back on line and bringing some much needed pressure to the City’s […]

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Marsha Ingrao leaves Woodlake Valley Chamber, cites poor leadership

Woodlake Valley Chamber of Commerce secretary Marsha Ingrao quits, posts on Facebook grievances with chamber board president Rudy Garcia By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – Marsha Ingrao has been a well known face among active groups in Woodlake. Mostly known for authoring “Images of America: Woodlake” by Arcadia Publishing, she had also been secretary of the […]

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Orville Stevens makes 2018 Memorial Day address at Exeter cemetery

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Citizens of Exeter made their way to the cemetery Monday morning to pay their respects to those who gave their lives fighting for the United States. And while most of their 30 minute homage was observing the raising of the flag, the medley played by the high school band and […]

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Visalia man arrested with child pornography and unregistered gun

Hector Alajandre was in possession of 60 photos, 50 videos of child pornography, firearm and ammunition @TheSunGazette VISALIA – A man living north of Visalia was caught with more than 100 photos and videos of child pornography last week. On May 22, the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department’s Cyber Crimes Unit in conjunction with the Central […]

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