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County considers short term rental standards for Three Rivers residents

Irate Three Rivers residents wait for County to decide on standards for short term rental problems By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – The Internet age has revolutionized everything from reading to rentals. With services like Airbnb, HomeAway, Tripping and others homeowners can advertise their home, or one of their homes, to anyone on the web looking […]

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Lindsay council passes environmental documents to keep moving forward on new roundabout project at Hermosa and Westwood

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Lindsay City Council and staff took another step forward on their resident contested roundabout project. Last week, during their Feb. 13 Council meeting all five council members voted in favor of California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) documents. Other items like design and construction dates will be handled in future council meetings. […]

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Chamber Awards: Exeter honors its own for community service this Saturday

Service club members always among those honored at Exeter Chamber Awards dinner @TheSunGazette EXETER – Locals will gather this Saturday to collectively thank those who have positively impacted the Exeter community by volunteering their time, talents and trusts. The Exeter Chamber of Commerce will hold its 95th Annual Banquet recognizing the 2017 Man, Woman and […]

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Farmersville man gets life in prison for Halloween assault

Frank Luna had nearly stabbed a family friend after accusing him of talking to his girlfriend @TheSunGazette FARMERSVILLE – A wicked decision on Halloween two years ago will haunt a Farmersville man for the rest of his life. On Feb. 13 Tulare County Superior Court Judge Kathryn Montejano sentenced 49-year-old Frank Luna of Farmersville to […]

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Verbal disturbance turned assault lands Lindsay woman in jail

Patricia Manzo-Lua strikes live-in boyfriend in front of officers, resists arrest @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Lindsay police had a difficult time mediating a lovers’ quarrel before things turned violent. At 11:33 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 10 officers responded to 430 E. Honolulu to a report of a verbal disturbance. Upon arrival officers contacted Patricia Manzo-Lua, 24, […]

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Lindsay connects with Joyeria El Dorado for second utility payment location

Effective Feb. 15, Lindsay residents can pay their City utility bills at Joyeria El Dorado. The City of Lindsay hopes to decrease foot traffic through the finance office at City Hall while also giving residents the opportunity to make payments at times when the City is not open. According to staff reports there is a […]

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City of Lindsay looks to hire new finance director after Bret Harmon leaves on March 1

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – The chief architect of Lindsay’s 1 percent sales tax increase passed last June, and their debt repayment plan will soon be moving on from Lindsay City Hall. Now the City will have to find someone to fill his seat before the end of the month. “Yes, I am leaving the […]

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Exeter resident swindled in South African scam

Sheriffs respond to an Exeter resident who was swindled out of $1,200 online after a malware threat @TheSunGazette EXETER – It is a difficult day and age to be giving out personal information online, much less money. Too often misleading pop-ups and notifications can steer users in a dark direction. And on Tuesday, Feb. 6, […]

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Woodlake closes block of Valencia Boulevard from Sierra to Sequoia for widening and sidewalk project

@TheSunGazette WOODLAKE – A one block section of Valencia Boulevard will be closed for at least a month as the City of Woodlake will widen the road and add curb, gutters and sidewalks to extend the work already done through downtown. Caltrans, in cooperation with the City, closed Valencia Boulevard (Highway 245) between Sierra Street […]

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Lindsay police officers arrest two for heroine use and possession

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Kids can be unruly at time, especially when they’re teenagers. But rarely does unruly end up in arrested. But that was the case when Lindsay police officers responded to 1849 E. Tulare Rd. for a report of an out-of-control juvenile on the morning of Thursday, Jan. 31. Upon arrival officers contacted the […]

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