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Sheriff’s Log Wednesday, April 12 At 10:30 p.m., four victims reported they had been robbed while parking on Rocky Hill, just east of Exeter. The victims told police that during the confrontation, two suspects brandished weapons and demanded property and money. The victims gave the suspects cash and the suspects fled the area. Victims advised […]

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Biggest Little Rodeo returns for 68th year

@TheSunGazette springville – “The Biggest Little Rodeo in the West” returns to the foothills this month for the 68th annual Springville Sierra Rodeo. Since its inception, the Springville Rodeo has been on the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) circuit. Being sanctioned by the PRCA means winners in Springville could go on to compete for the […]

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CRIME LINES

Lindsay Crime Logs Saturday, March 25 At 12:32 p.m., while on general patrol, Officer White initiated a traffic stop on a black 2014 Ford Focus at Lindmore and Harvard for failing to maintain lane. The vehicle continued north on Harvard and pulled into the Harvard Apartments located at 328 S. Harvard. Upon the vehicle yielding, […]

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Boys & Girls Club happy in F’ville

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN farmersville – This week the Farmersville Community Center will be packed with school-age children attending the Farmersville Boys & Girls Club. The club provides a safe place for children where they can learn to read, to be healthy and good character and citizenship skills. That was the message that Carri Chambers, […]

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Tulare County extends ambulance contract thru 2024

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN tulare county – Exeter District Ambulance’s financial arrhythmia has made headlines for decades, but the outside stressors on its revenue arterials are chest pounding problems for private ambulance companies in Tulare County as well. Paul Main, president of American Ambulance in Visalia, shared some of the struggles of all ambulance providers […]

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Wells Fargo hitches wagon to Cigna bldg.

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN visalia – The Tulare County Board of Supervisors decided on their newest tenant last week. At the Tuesday, April 4 board meeting, Supervisors voted unanimously to extend a lease to Well Fargo. The lease establishes Wells Fargo as the tenant that will occupy the 16,725 square feet of rentable space. About […]

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Pedestrian injured after hit and run

@TheSunGazette lindsay – Police are still on the lookout for a driver who fled the scene after hitting a pedestrian April 1 near Tonyville north of Lindsay. The accident happened at 8:35 p.m. on Road 216 south of Avenue 256 (Sycamore Drive). Witnesses told the California Highway Patrol that Guadalupe Vargas, 26, of Farmersville was […]

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Kona Ice chills out over Tax Day in Tulare County

@TheSunGazette tulare county – Two things are for sure in life, death and taxes. But a third certainty is on the horizon, free shaved ice. With tax day right around the corner, many are reaching into their pockets to pay-off Uncle Sam. To relieve taxpayers of the stress associated with meeting the federal deadline, Kona […]

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor and Community of Exeter, In response to all the false statements made by Samantha Weller about me in a public setting at the last Exeter District Ambulance Board meeting held on March 24, 2017. I find it very interesting for Mrs. Samantha Weller who has never met me but claims to know so […]

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Mother Earth, Baby Bunnies & Sister Cities

By Amy C. Witt @AmyCWitt_SGN tulare county – On the first Earth Day in 1970, 22 million Americans celebrated clean air, land and water and now, 47 years later, citizens all over the country come together to celebrate a mass environmental. And of the millions of Americans, many communities throughout Tulare County host their own […]

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