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Lemon Cove, Visalia man are caught running meth

@TheSunGazette tulare county – A Visalia man and a Lemon Cove man were caught transporting meth in Visalia. On July 1 and 2, Tulare County Sheriff’s investigators with the Gang Violence Suppression Unit and the Interagency Gang Enforcement Team were conducting gang suppression activities in the unincorporated areas of Tulare County. At about 6:30 p.m. […]

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One good turn deserves another in Farmersville

@TheSunGazette farmersville – Roundabouts can send drivers in circles if they aren’t used to dealing with them. When Exeter installed its roundabout at the intersection of three streets in downtown, drivers were so confused on how to enter and exit that the City decided instead to make it a five-way stop. When Lindsay installed its […]

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Lack of motion stops drive-thru in F’ville

By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette farmersville – A public hearing was held at the city council meeting on June 27 to once again look at changing the existing downtown ordinance which does not allow drive-thrus on Farmersville Blvd. from Visalia Road to Front Street. Little Caesars Pizza, located on the northeast corner of […]

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EUSD drug policy more unique than most

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – News that Exeter Unified School District (EUSD) is now testing student athletes for drugs and steroids may have been a cause to pause for parents. However, public reactions were quite the opposite. Parents in fact praised the district for the policy and what might be interesting to note is […]

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Two structures destroyed in blaze

@TheSunGazette farmersville – Last week, a large fire that could have engulfed more than a couple structures, left four men displaced. Because of the joint actions of Farmersville Fire Department, Tulare County Fire, Visalia Fire Department and Cal Fire, the damage was contained to a few structures. The Farmersville Fire Department received a report of […]

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Exeter moves forward on Belmont path

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – It has been a tougher road than most thought it would be, but the project that runs along Belmont is paving right along. Despite the Exeter Unified School District’s (EUSD) unwillingness to sell off their all-but-useless property that lines Belmont Road, the City of Exeter is nearly ready to […]

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Replacing history

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – History sits in the objects left behind in a time long passed. And every now and again the tenants of what are left need to be renewed. And that is exactly what Eagle Scout Chris Hogan set out to do. Sixteen years old and a student at Exeter Union […]

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Gold Award trees to keep on giving

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN lemon cove – A local golden-haired girl who grew up reading about “The Giving Tree” has now given five trees and a golden opportunity for learning to future generations of elementary school students. Jaklin Rowley, a member of Girl Scout Troop 2753 in Exeter, recently planted a mini orchard at Sequoia […]

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Letter to the editor

Commendation on graduation coverage Dear Editor, A commendation on your recent edition regarding high school graduations. Your coverage was excellent and thorough. Norma and Jack Mann are graduates of Exeter High School Class of 1945. Both grew up in Exeter and were married on June 10, 1950 at 444 South D Street. Norma and Jack […]

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