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New owners of The Stag Saloon hold 18th annual Chili Cook Off, continue it for former owner

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – The Exeter Chili Cook Off has been a mainstay in autumn events around town for nearly two decades. But this year will be slightly different. This Saturday, Nov. 11 cook off will be the 18th in a row, but it will be held by the new Stag Saloon owners Diane […]

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Lindsay Branch Library holds beginner’s genealogy class Nov. 7

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Want to learn about your family tree? Know your family’s place in history? Preserve your family’s past? Tell your family’s story? Come to the Lindsay Branch of the Tulare County Library for a Beginning Genealogy class from 3 to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 7. Presented by the Sequoia Genealogical Society, ‘Digging […]

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Presbyterian Church in Woodlake has stood for more than a century, its congregation goes back over 150 years

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN WOODLAKE – It seems that many things are here today and gone tomorrow in this ever changing world, especially churches. But one church, the Woodlake Presbyterian, has withstood the test of time. After 151 years, the church has definitely made a lasting impression on the town of Woodlake and its residents. Newly […]

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Farmersville discusses cannabis ordinance

City holds first reading of Cannabis Zoning Ordinance, accepts two Helen Putnam Awards from League of California Cities  By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – The city of Farmersville received the fruits of their well planned and precisely executed labor last week. For their work on the Cameron Creek Emergency Water Supply Project […]

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Exeter Council decides to break Visalia Road widening project into 2 phases due to funding shortfalls

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Drivers traveling down Visalia Road have probably noticed the potholes and rivets that jar their car. Wet winters and hot summers have beaten down on the pavement for a handful of years making the road even worse. And as of last Tuesday, Oct. 24 the Exeter City Council has decided […]

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Lindsay tries to resolve frayed financial past

City removes McDermont as an asset from the general fund, records advances as inter-fund borrowing that will take 47 years at current projections to repay By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Recognizing a problem is the first step in fixing it. And that is what Lindsay’s finance director Bret Harmon and the Lindsay City Council did […]

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Tulare County and Farmersville renew lease agreement

Tulare County to pay $10,598.17 per month to Farmersville to lease 7,849 square feet of office space for HHSA By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – The Tulare County Board of Supervisors gave the okay last week for the Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) to start preparing to move into some unused office space at Farmersville city […]

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Farmersville City Council bids farewell to Jansons, supports Spina Bifida month

By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – Current Farmersville city manager John Jansons will be taking his leave at the end of the month. Already the City Council has approved Mario Krstic as his interim replacement, but Jansons gave some early parting words to the Council and those who attended the council meeting […]

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Exeter City Council votes to ban all commercial marijuana within city limits with new ordinance

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Marijuana in Exeter is a far from smoky topic. Residents have made it known that they just don’t want it, and apparently the City Council agrees for now. At last week’s City Council meeting, Tuesday, Oct. 10, the Council opened up for public comment before voting to move forward on […]

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5 Exeter officers talk with residents for Coffee with a Cop Day on Oct. 4

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN EXETER – McDonald’s on Visalia Road was swarming with cops on Oct. 4 but they weren’t there to apprehend criminals. Instead, five members of the Exeter Police Department simply wanted to engage in a conversation about their community. In observance of National Coffee with a Cop Day, Interim Exeter Police Chief Jeff […]

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