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South Valley State Senators learn their committee placements for the 2019-2020 session

@TheSunGazette CENTRAL VALLEY – With the seating of the new state legislature, representatives for Tulare County have been named to Senate committees. In her first weeks in office, state Senator Melissa Hurtado (D-Sanger) has been assigned as Chair of the Human Services Committee for the 2019 – 2020 Legislative session. Hurtado beat out incumbent Andy […]

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Lindsay, Exeter and Woodlake accepting nominations for annual awards

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Hollywood has the Oscars. Television has the Emmys. Music has the Grammys. Broadway has the Tonys. The Internet has the Webbys. And just as you are gearing up to find out which of your favorite stars of the silver and small screen will be counted among the best, local cities will […]

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St. Paul’s warming center open, for now

Visalia Planning Commission votes 2-1 to deny the appeal of St. Paul Episcopal Church’s permit to operate a warming center for the homeless By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – Last Wednesday night the Visalia Planning Commission gave the St. Paul Episcopal Church the green light to open their warming center at 120 N. Hall Street. […]

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City building honored as one VECC of a project

Visalia Emergency Communication Center (VECC) named Project of the Year by American Association of Public Works/Central Valley By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – The men and women that make up Visalia’s first responders now have a home to match their decorated dedication. On Nov. 9, the American Association of Public Works/Central California Chapter awarded Visalia’s […]

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Details emerge about suspicious dinner, firings after Dec. 20 deposition

Editors Note: The past few years of turmoil within Tulare city hall stem from a receipt notation, “Mayor Jones diner w/TPOU Kelly + 1.” That questionable + 1 and a Shirley Temple led to investigations, firings, a lawsuit, and shame to the City. Now additional details are coming to light. By Nancy Vigran Reporter for […]

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Porterville’s Measure I calls for a 1% increase in sales tax worth $6 million

By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette PORTERVILLE– Porterville voters will have to decide whether they are willing to pay additional sales taxes in order to improve their roads and protect their streets. Measure I, on the November 6 ballot, calls for a 1% sales tax increase that will do exactly those things. Porterville City […]

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Four candidates vie for two Tulare council seats in November

Terry Syre, Alex Gutierrez, Chris Harrell and Dennis Mederos run for District 2 and District 4 seats on Tulare City Council By Nancy Vigran Reporting for the Sun-Gazette TULARE– Two seats on Tulare City Council are up for grabs in November with neither incumbent running. In District 2, Maritsa Castellanoz, who was appointed by council […]

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Farmersville gets moving at Fall Festival

Active Transportation Safety Enhancement Plan kicks off at Fall Festival @TheSunGazette FARMERSVILLE – Farmersville residents can learn about the Active Transportation Safety Enhancement Plan, now in development, during the Fall Festival set for Saturday, Oct. 6. The festival will be held in downtown Farmersville, between Front Street and Ash Street, between 11 a.m. and 2 […]

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Theater company says the show will go on in downtown

Enchanted Playhouse Theater Company moves forward with plans to host events, fundraisers and performances at the Main Street Theater despite eviction notice from the City of Visalia By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – A local children’s theater company may have been served with an eviction notice, but they say the show will go on at […]

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Letter to the Editor: Measure A meets growing demand for classrooms

Dear Editor, Visalia is growing and the number of schools in our district has multiplied to try to keep up with that growth. Over the last 10 years, the City of Visalia has issued building permits for the construction of over 4,300 new homes. The changing role of technology in teaching is unprecedented. How we […]

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