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County to slow traffic near rural schools

@TheSunGazette tulare county – Drivers speeding past Outside Creek School south of Farmersville will have another reminder to slow down for students next month. On Feb. 28, the Tulare County Board of Supervisors approved the purchase of flashing beacons and speed feedback signage that will be placed near the K-8 school on Farmersville Boulevard at […]

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Exeter gets charged up for new parking

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – Hybrid and fully electric cars are a solidly emerging market. But the problem is where do you charge them when they are running low? Visalia has a handful or fewer charging stations open to the public, and in Exeter the only charging station is Monarch Ford which is not […]

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City Council moves up meeting time

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN farmersville – The Farmersville City Council will hold their meetings an hour earlier next month. The regular meeting time was changed from the current 7 p.m. start time to a 6 p.m. start time. It was approved by the Farmersville City Council at its Feb. 27 meeting but will not take […]

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County courts sentence three in Operation Baby Face

@TheSunGazette visalia – When Sheriff Mike Boudreaux and District Attorney Tim Ward revealed the arrests made in Operation Baby Face last year, the public was finally made aware of the dangers of human sex trafficking. And now that arrests have been made, justice has begun to take its course. In the latest development of the […]

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Joe Doctor’s legacy remembered on Exeter Sun columnist’s 106th birthday

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN exeter – It’s been 23 years since Joe Doctor passed away, but the memory of the self-proclaimed “Country Journalist” is just as vibrant today as the rural way of life which he chronicled for half a century. About 100 people attended the release party for Tulare County Historical Society’s “Stories from […]

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County limits water program, hopes for more funds

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN visalia – Blanketed mountains of snow and rains this winter have signaled all but an end to the historic California drought. But there are still homes affected by poor well production and poor water quality around Tulare County. And because of that residents are still in need of the County’s bottled […]

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Boys & Girls Club show off their talent in showcase

@TheSunGazette exeter – The staff at the Boys & Girls Club of the Sequoias in Exeter could not have picked a more festive day than St. Patrick’s Day to present their first Showcase to the public. The Showcase, which included a rap presentation, songs and even poetry gave the kids the chance to show their […]

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Working toward the future

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – Things rarely change in Exeter. In fact things change so slowly that seven year city manager Randy Groom did not make his first hire since taking his position until four weeks ago. And with his first hire, Groom chose Shonna Oneal to succeed former deputy city clerk and personnel […]

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Woodlake proud of high code compliance

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN woodlake – City ordinances and codes can sometime be pesky or burdensome to homeowners and renters. But in Woodlake citizens seem to be compliant when it comes to the things the City is asking them to do…or rather not do. Through 625 notices of code violations, only 27 were non compliant […]

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Crime Lines

Lindsay Police Logs Thursday, March 9 Officer Robinson was patrolling the area of 570 S. Mirage at 6:56 a.m., when he initiated a traffic stop on a white 2002 GMC Sierra for an equipment violation. Officer Robinson contacted the driver, Maverick Thompson of Porterville and the passenger, Froylan Cantu of Tulare, who were both found […]

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