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Exeter district maps favorable for council members

Exeter City Council holds third meeting over district elections, discuss district boundaries By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – The public got their third chance to comment on where their City is headed in terms of district elections last Tuesday, Oct. 10. Only this time  the National Demographics Corporation (NDS) offered three different maps for consideration. Two […]

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Civil search warrants take down marijuana gardens in Ivanhoe

Code enforcement, law enforcement seize, destroy 1,400 marijuana plants at nine locations @TheSunGazette IVANHOE – An ongoing civil action to take back the streets of Ivanhoe from gangs and drug lords got a huge win for law-abiding residents and property owners last week. On Sept. 27, a coalition of law enforcement and code enforcement officers […]

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Farmersville council takes time for one of their own

By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – City councils often times have some tough decisions to make from week to week. But every now and again they get to celebrate some of the better parts of their community. And for the Farmersville City Council they set some time aside to give Gus Camacho some […]

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Former Exeter finance director requests additional severance

Exeter’s former finance director Sheri Emerson asks City Council for five additional months of severance potentially costing the City $44,530. By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – The search for Exeter’s next finance director is already underway as interviews were held last week. But there is still some unfinished business between the City and their former finance director […]

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Lindsay Police Log

Wednesday, Sept. 20 At 6:35 p.m. at China’s Alley restaurant, 170 N. Sweetbriar Ave., an officer responded to a disturbance. The reporting party advised that a man, who was heavily intoxicated, had caused a verbal disturbance with him while he was unloading his child from his vehicle in front of the restaurant. A transient, identified […]

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Exeter City Council holds public hearing over preliminary district maps

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – The fundamental change over how residents choose their representatives will trudge on next month when the Exeter City Council holds their third public hearing over district elections. Their first two meeting invited public comment over changes to the election process, and the meetings over the map will take place on […]

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Police ask for help in locating two Earlimart men wanted for 14 armed robberies in Tulare County and Nebraska

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – The Sheriff’s Department is asking for the public’s help in catching two of Tulare County’s most wanted. On Sept. 20, Sheriff Mike Boudreaux issued a statement asking the public to come forward with any information leading to the location and arrest of fugitives Homero Palomino Ontiveros, 32, and Ulises Medina, 24, […]

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Bill Zigler presents ‘Meeting the City of Lindsay’s Challenges’ at Lindsay Gallery and Museum on Oct. 4

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Residents of Lindsay will have the chance next week to talk with their city manager Bill Zigler about the direction the city is headed. Speaking as a part of the Lindsay Cultural Forum next Wednesday, Oct. 4 at 6:30 p.m. at 165 N. Gale Hill, Zigler will share his vision for Lindsay […]

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Woodlake needs $3.7M to bring airport up to minimal FAA standards

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – The City of Woodlake needs to clean up just one more fund to bring the entire City budget into the black, but it doesn’t appear as if that is going to happen any time soon. At last week’s Sept. 11 City Council meeting, Woodlake staff discussed with the council the […]

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