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Three Rivers hotel closer to start line

Residents voice concerns with water, climate change, tax rebate surrounding Sequoia Resort and Spa By Anthony Ferranti Reporting for The Sun-Gazette THREE RIVERS – The Three Rivers Memorial Building was packed last Wednesday night for a town hall meeting with an agenda full of local issues. The largest project, in both scope and interest, was […]

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Farmersville names new fire chief

City Council names Farmersville resident Douglas Stewart as volunteer chief of the Farmersville Fire Department  By Crystal Havner Reporting for The Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – Farmersville’s new fire chief has called the city his home for more than a decade.  At its July 22 meeting, the Farmersville City Council named Farmersville resident Douglas Stewart as its […]

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Rotarians hope to improve the landscape of Potter’s Field

By Nancy Vigran Reporting for The Sun-Gazette TULARE COUNTY – Six Tulare County Rotary Clubs are looking to spruce up the Tulare County Cemetery. The cemetery, located north of Traver, in the northwest corner of county, is less than an inviting place to visit. According to a Rotary power-point presentation, “At present it contains one […]

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One of Visalia’s largest intersections will have better traffic control beginning on July 29

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – One of Visalia’s widest intersections will be safer next week thanks to a new traffic signal. The traffic signal installation work at the intersection of Mooney Boulevard and Riggin Avenue is in the final stages. With work nearing completion, crews are preparing for the signal to light up. Senior civil engineer Steven […]

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Recent quakes lead to local support for SoCal families

Mustard Seed Acre, others donate supplies to deliver to families in Trona affected by 6.4, 7.1 magnitude earthquakes By Paul Myers and Nancy Vigran @PaulM_SGN EXETER – The Fourth of July wasn’t met with a bang as much as it was met with a violent rumble. A 6.4 magnitude earthquake hit Southern California near Ridgecrest two […]

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Tulare promotes interim city manager Rob Hunt to permanent job

By Nancy Vigran Reporting for the Sun-Gazette TULARE —The City of Tulare has been without a permanent city manager since March, 2018, when the former manager was let go. As of June 4, that seems to be resolved. After an exhaustive search the City Council voted to hire Interim City Manager Rob Hunt to fill […]

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Nestor Varela separates from McDermont, gets approval to open new gym in central Lindsay

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY– The town of Lindsay is getting its own boxing gym. Nestor Varela, who came to Lindsay 15 years ago to set up a club, is leaving his partnership with McDermont to open his own gym. At the Lindsay City Council meeting on June 11, the council voted 5-0 to approve a […]

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Woodlake breaks $400K mark in cannabis tax revenue

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – Over the last year Woodlake has set the market for Tulare County cannabis tax collection. Over the last four quarters the City has collected $400,836.31 worth of cannabis tax revenue. Just over a quarter of that total, $108,347.16, came in between January and March of this year. All of which […]

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Waste hauler reminds city not all recycling is green

Farmersville City Council discusses ways to educate residents on how to properly separate recyclables By Crystal Havner Reporting for The Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – The idea of recycling green waste and plastics is not a new one, but getting people to properly separate them is an old problem.  During her annual report to the Farmersville City […]

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Woodlake High School inducts three into Hall of Fame

2019 Inductee Earl McKee dies weeks away from Woodlake High School Foundation event By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN WOODLAKE – When the residents of Woodlake and Three Rivers gather on May 3 to induct Woodlake High School’s 2019 Hall of Fame class, it will be a celebration of three men who dedicated their lives to education, agriculture, […]

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