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Man steals from Lindsay family while housesitting

Family friend from Oregon robs Lindsay family’s home while they’re attending an out-of-town funeral @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – A man house-sitting for a Lindsay family stole thousands of dollars worth of items while they attended an out-of-town funeral.  According to the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department, Tyler Watson had come from Oregon to care for their animals […]

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Lindsay City Council wants results from EDC, not marketing tactics

Lindsay Councilman Steve Velasquez says he wants to step down as rep. to EDC over the council’s willingness to leave EDC altogether By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Tulare County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) management made their normal rounds over the last two months to let cities and the County of Tulare know what they are […]

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Letter to the Editor: Autumn Harvest Festival in Miki, Japan

Dear Editor, In November 2016, I had the privilege of leading a delegation of eleven Visalia citizens on a visit to our sister city, Miki, Japan. We were hosted for a week by their city officials and local families, invited into their homes to see the daily routine of Japanese life, were entertained at banquets, […]

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USDA’s loan/grant program will invest $5M for well repairs, new water mains in Pixley and Poplar

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – California legislators fell short on their promise to ensure every resident has a reliable source of clean drinking water, but the federal government is picking up the mantle for at least two local communities. On Aug. 3, Assistant to the Secretary for Rural Development Anne Hazlett announced that the U.S. Department […]

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District 1 County Supervisor Kuyler Crocker holds Lemon Cove town hall

Tulare County Board Supervisor Kuyler Crocker and Tulare County agencies will be holding a town hall in Lemon Cove to discuss and address concerns in the Lemon Cove community on Wednesday Aug. 22.  The town hall will last two hours between 6 and 8 p.m. at Sequoia Union Elementary School at 23958 Ave. 324, Lemon […]

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Farmersville store owner charged with murder

Aztec Liquor store clerk Harbhajan Mundi arrested after posting bail for attempted murder when landlord died on Sunday @TheSunGazette FARMERSVILLE – Last Monday afternoon Farmersville police officers were dispatched to Aztec Liquor at 898 E. Visalia Rd. after a shooting had occurred.  Early reports indicated the violent conflict began after an ongoing dispute between business […]

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City of Exeter looks to Sally’s wife to serve remainder of term

Exeter City Council prepares to appoint Barbara Sally to fulfill the rest of her late husband’s term on the council  By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Dale Sally’s sudden passing on July 2 caught most people off guard, because by most accounts his health was improving. Since the community gathered for a celebration of his life […]

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Exeter Police Dept. holds event on Aug. 7 as part of National Night Out

@TheSunGazette EXETER  – On Tuesday, Aug. 7, the Exeter Police Department, in conjunction with the National Association of Town Watch, will be celebrating the 35th annual National Night Out. EPD invites you and your neighbors to participate in this year’s event. Neighborhood Watch groups, and community members interested in public safety, across America will be […]

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Exeter City Council stipend decrease leads to increase in chamber dollars

Exeter Council changes compensation ordinance, diverts $2,100 to Exeter Chamber of Commerce @TheSunGazette EXETER – Despite difficult budget cuts the City of Exeter managed to squeeze out a $2,000 donation to the Exeter Chamber of Commerce for the 2018-2019 fiscal year. And now that the City is a month into the fiscal year, the council […]

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