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Exeter Police Dept. holds event on Aug. 7 as part of National Night Out

@TheSunGazette EXETER  – On Tuesday, Aug. 7, the Exeter Police Department, in conjunction with the National Association of Town Watch, will be celebrating the 35th annual National Night Out. EPD invites you and your neighbors to participate in this year’s event. Neighborhood Watch groups, and community members interested in public safety, across America will be […]

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Exeter City Council stipend decrease leads to increase in chamber dollars

Exeter Council changes compensation ordinance, diverts $2,100 to Exeter Chamber of Commerce @TheSunGazette EXETER – Despite difficult budget cuts the City of Exeter managed to squeeze out a $2,000 donation to the Exeter Chamber of Commerce for the 2018-2019 fiscal year. And now that the City is a month into the fiscal year, the council […]

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Lane closures may continue until 2020 in Caltrans maintenance project between Rd. 164 and Rd. 180

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN FARMERSVILLE – With an influx of cash from local and state transportation taxes, it seems as if road work is going on around every corner. But not every local project is to repave, repair and repaint roadways with Measure R or Gas Tax funds. At least one major road project isn’t changing […]

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10 hospitalized in crash near Lindsay

CHP is unsure if drugs or alcohol played a factor in collision on Hwy. 65 between Lindsay and Strathmore @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Ten people were sent to the hospital on Saturday following a two-car crash south of Lindsay.  A 2009 Toyota Camry traveling westbound on Avenue 208 stopped at the intersection of Highway 65 between […]

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Tulare turbulence, more interim managers leave the City in uncertain pattern

By Nancy Vigran @TheSunGazette Rumors of a “city council blue-like flu” were snuffed at the July 24 Tulare City Council meeting. Council had been scheduled to meet the week prior, but did not have a quorum. Vice Mayor Maritsa Castellanoz, Councilman Greg Nunley and Councilman Carlton Jones were absent. “We did have advanced knowledge of […]

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Lindsay expects to award roundabout bid to contractor on July 31, LUSD conveys land to City at Hermosa and Westwood intersection

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Things are moving right along for the City of Lindsay and their roundabout project at Westwood and Hermosa near Jefferson Elementary. Last week the Lindsay Unified School District voted to convey property from Jefferson school to the City in support of the roundabout, according to Lindsay city manager Bill Zigler. […]

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Lindsay pays for students to return as teachers

Lindsay Unified begins “pipeline” to bring graduates, employees back to town by paying for college and credentialing By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN LINDSAY – Pedro Morales-Espinoza has known since the seventh grade that he wanted to be a math teacher in his hometown of Lindsay. And when he graduated from Lindsay High School fourth in his class […]

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The long-anticipated Woodlake Community Center is expected to open next month barring any potential setbacks

By Nancy Vigran Special to the Sun-Gazette WOODLAKE – It has been a year in building, five years in planning and longer in the anticipation. And without any possible hiccups, in mid-August, Woodlake’s Community Center will open. Five years ago, the city council and city staff started actively discussing the need for a facility to […]

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Felix Estrella added to the Top 10 Tulare County Most Wanted after Justine Marks’ arrest last month

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Late last month after Justine Marks was arrested on June 22 in Dallas, Ore. a new name was added to the Tulare County Sheriff’s Most Wanted list. It belongs to 41-year-old Felix Estrella. He is wanted on two warrants including, possession of a controlled substance which had been readied for sale, […]

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HHSA prepares to move back to Farmersville

Health and Human Services Agency plans on opening its training center at the Farmersville Civic Center next month By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN FARMERSVILLE – The eastern portion of the Farmersville Civic Center will soon be filled with professionals, who’ll bring with them their disposable income and the need to pay at the pump. At its July […]

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