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Parking a tight squeeze for Lincoln Elementary’s neighbors

Exeter resident Gary Willis points out teacher parking problems on South C St. while Lincoln Elementary is in session @TheSunGazette EXETER – Gary Willis has lived on a short section of C Street between Chestnut and Clarence streets for 30 years. It was an affordable and quaint home to raise his four children in, but […]

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Councilman Steve Velasquez relinquishes position on EDC board, council selects new board member Tuesday evening

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – The Lindsay City Council decided two weeks ago, on Aug. 14, there needed to be some new blood on the Tulare County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) board. In part because the City was unsatisfied with the EDC’s one-size-fits-all service, but also because Lindsay’s representative to the board, Steve Velasquez was […]

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Exeter moves to stage 3 conservation, changing watering times

City council adopts resolution to move city off of urgency ordinance and onto stage 3 water conservation regulations By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Things are starting to shift back to normal when it comes to Exeter’s water. Last week the Exeter city council voted to move away from the urgency ordinance passed in June and […]

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Council honors residents for their contributions to the community

Pastor Jim Wiley, longtime resident Elsie Boutch honored with proclamations by council By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – Two long-time residents were honored at the Aug. 13 Farmersville City Council meeting. Reverend Jim Wiley is retiring after numerous years of service to the community and Elsie Boutch, a Farmersville resident since 1952, […]

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EDA elections extension a point of contention

Resolution for Exeter District Ambulance by-district elections puts two members in same district, throws off extension procedures By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – The time to file for candidacy if you live in a district whose incumbent chose not to run is basically right now. Extension periods were released by the Tulare County Elections Office last […]

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Tulare County takes formal action over commercial cannabis

Board of Supervisors votes unanimously to ban new cannabis locations in unincorporated Tulare County By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN TULARE COUNTY – The Tulare County Board of Supervisors put the issue of commercial cannabis to bed two weeks ago, in a 5-0 vote, deciding it is not in the best interest of the County to allow for […]

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Man steals from Lindsay family while housesitting

Family friend from Oregon robs Lindsay family’s home while they’re attending an out-of-town funeral @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – A man house-sitting for a Lindsay family stole thousands of dollars worth of items while they attended an out-of-town funeral.  According to the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department, Tyler Watson had come from Oregon to care for their animals […]

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Lindsay City Council wants results from EDC, not marketing tactics

Lindsay Councilman Steve Velasquez says he wants to step down as rep. to EDC over the council’s willingness to leave EDC altogether By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Tulare County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) management made their normal rounds over the last two months to let cities and the County of Tulare know what they are […]

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Letter to the Editor: Autumn Harvest Festival in Miki, Japan

Dear Editor, In November 2016, I had the privilege of leading a delegation of eleven Visalia citizens on a visit to our sister city, Miki, Japan. We were hosted for a week by their city officials and local families, invited into their homes to see the daily routine of Japanese life, were entertained at banquets, […]

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USDA’s loan/grant program will invest $5M for well repairs, new water mains in Pixley and Poplar

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – California legislators fell short on their promise to ensure every resident has a reliable source of clean drinking water, but the federal government is picking up the mantle for at least two local communities. On Aug. 3, Assistant to the Secretary for Rural Development Anne Hazlett announced that the U.S. Department […]

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