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Exeter Historical Museum is home to a powerful reminder

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN exeter – A massive piece of history was dedicated to a giant man with an even bigger heart last week in Exeter. About 30 family members, coworkers, friends and community members gathered at the corner of Pine and B streets to dedicate a decommissioned transformer in memory of one of Southern […]

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Knights of Columbus name award winners

@TheSunGazette exeter – The Knights of Columbus announced the names of public safety officers they will honor at its annual awards dinner on March 4 at the Exeter Memorial Building, 324 N. Kaweah Ave. in Exeter at the Msgr. Joseph W. Balker Council 9068 in Exeter/Farmersville’s 26th annual Community Services Safety Recognition Dinner. The event […]

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Woodlake Unified takes advantage of bright future

By Paul Myers @The Sun-Gazette woodlake – The industry of renewable energy is beginning to dig deep into the smallest districts of California. While homeowners and businesses have been taking advantage of solar savings in the recent past, now schools are starting to get in on the action. In 2016 the Woodlake Unified School District […]

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Local historian Terry Ommen opens new lecture series

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – Tulare County’s history is embedded in rich fertile soil, and audience members were able to dig into it when local historian Terry Ommen addressed the lectern. Starting as far back as the 1850s, Ommen spoke on how agriculture has extended its arms, into, out of, and throughout the Tulare […]

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Lindsay recognizes ‘TERRIFIC’ kids

@TheSunGazette lindsay – High school can be a trying time for students. While trying their best in classes, they are also juggling sports, music and extracurricular activities, and of course growing as a person. Some students manage to rise to the occasion and handle it all with grace. That is why the Lindsay Kiwanis Club […]

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Lindsay Hospital District funds ambulance for local residents

@TheSunGazette lindsay – Purchasing two new ambulances as the district was severely depleting its reserve fund kicked off the controversy that ultimately led to Exeter District Ambulance placing its district manager on administrative leave. But at least one of those public ambulances was paid for through a reimbursement from another special tax district. The Lindsay […]

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The Best of Woodlake to be honored Friday

@TheSunGazette woodlake – Historic. Helpful. Hardworking. Hero. Humble. These are just a few of the words that describe the best qualities of Woodlake and the people who represent them. Eleven community leaders, volunteers, businesses, educators and students will be honored this Friday, March 3 at the Woodlake Memorial Building for the annual Woodlake Awards dinner. […]

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Exeter Branch Library schedules reopening

@TheSunGazette exeter – As of Thursday, Oct. 13, the Exeter Library Branch has been closed due to flood damage inflicted by aging plumbing. But most recently, the Tulare County Library announced the reopening of the Exeter Branch on Wednesday, March 1 at 12 p.m. Due to an extensive flood caused by a plumbing fixture, the […]

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Lindsay forum spotlights homeless problem

@TheSunGazette lindsay – While conversations at the national level are engulfed in talks about refugees without a home, the same could be said for citizens right here at home. The homelessness problem in Tulare County and cities like Visalia are growing and solutions have not managed to keep pace. That is why the Lindsay Cultural […]

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