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Redwood High School auto teacher wins $50K

Ken Cox is second place winner in Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize @TheSunGazette VISALIA — A Redwood High School teacher known for his hands-on teaching methods now has his hands on $50,000 for himself and his students. On Oct. 24, Cox was named a second-place winner in the 2019 Harbor Freight Tools for Schools […]

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Sequoia Union Elementary grads return to hometown for multi-decade reunion

Lemon Cove natives gather to celebrate fond memories of rural, K-8 school @TheSunGazette LEMON COVE – Elementary reunions are all but a thing of the past for most people, but in rural towns like Lemon Cove, high school reunions that combine several different communities just don’t have the same meaning.  In July 2018, a handful […]

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Talk to teens about the rules of the road, before they break them

Probation Dept. urges parents to talk with teens about dangers of distracted driving @TheSunGazette VISALIA – In the wake of National Teen Driver Safety Week, the Tulare County Probation Department is asking parents and guardians to take the time to discuss with their teen the rules of the road intended to keep them safe.  According […]

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Farmersville walks out bids for sidewalk

City goes out to bid on East Walnut Ave. sidewalk project three years after it was first proposed By Crystal Havner Reporting for The Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – In 2017, the City of Farmersville applied for funding to create a buffer between students walking to and from the high school and an elementary school and cars […]

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CalWater’s annual H2O contest could fill a Visalia classroom with cash

California Water Service offers $3,500 for winning entry in its Classroom Conservation Competition @TheSunGazette VISALIA – If you think the idea of your elementary school classroom winning $3,500 is all wet, you’d be right. Earlier this month, California Water Service (Cal Water), in partnership with the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) and DoGoodery, […]

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Farmersville still hasn’t come around on traffic circles

Parents say they are opposed to placing a roundabout at the intersection of Walnut Ave. and Freedom Dr. By Reggie Ellis  @Reggie_SGN FARMERSVILLE – After three years of navigating Tulare County’s only dual roundabouts, Farmersville residents still haven’t come around to the idea of traffic circles. During a recent community forum hosted by the Farmersville Unified […]

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Lindsay club names TERRIFIC kids for October

Lindsay Kiwanis Club honors Aubriella Silva and Adriann Olmedo Reyes for their outstanding character @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Kiwanis is a group of volunteers with the mission of empowering our community to improve the world by making a lasting difference in the lives of children.  Lindsay Kiwanis Club recognizes Lindsay Unified School District learners who are […]

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Districts breathe in new funds to fight teen smoking

Exeter Unified, Office of Education get more than a quarter of a million dollars each to curb illegal smoking and vaping among minors By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY – In the wake of Tulare County’s first vaping death, two Tulare County school districts received more than a quarter of a million dollars to prevent the […]

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Tulare Co. gets $6.8M for teacher residency program

California Center on Teaching Careers will give student teachers valuable experience in high-need classes while getting their master’s degree @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Medical residents have been helping staff hospitals, see patients and get valuable experience at hospitals in desperate need of more doctors. Tulare County is hoping a residency program could do the same […]

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