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Woodlake Tiger alum earns degree as a Gopher

Eric Rodriguez-Garcia, Woodlake, Calif., earned a Bachelor of Science in exercise science and wellness from the University of Minnesota Crookston, one of five campuses that make up the Gophers education system. The University of Minnesota Crookston now delivers 34 bachelor’s degree programs, 22 minors, and 39 areas of emphasis on campus as well as 14 […]

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Arts Visalia ready to welcome community for February exhibit

Exhibit titled Born to Paint: No Plan B, Recent Paintings and Working Drawings by Jane Ziegler available in February @TheSunGazette VISALIA – One of the better parts of the new year are the new exhibits artists are eager to show off. When the weather starts to get a little warmer and spring is on the […]

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Tracy Harris to instruct Flute Choir and Pedagogy class at COS in Visalia from February to May

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – If you’re an amateur or advanced flutist and want to learn from the best there’s no better place to learn than right here in Tulare County. The College of the Sequoias Training Resource Center is holding a Flute Choir and Pedagogy class. The class will be held on Tuesdays from 5:30 to […]

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COS Training Resource Center offers make-ahead meal workshops for busy people

@TheSunGazette TULARE – Do you feel like you are too busy to eat right this year? You might want to take a class on finding a better way to make and take healthy meals to work to keep up with your New Year’s resolutions to eat healthier, lose weight and save money. The College of […]

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Gas lines repaired beneath Redwood High School

VUSD replaced 800 feet of pipe beneath four buildings without losing any instruction time By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – A minor gas leak at Redwood High School last month led to a major infrastructure project for Visalia Unified School District (VUSD) over the winter break. But despite some construction debris, no one noticed and, more […]

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Global Learning Charter holds information nights

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Global Learning Charter School will hold parent information nights from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 11, and Monday, Jan. 22, at the school, located at 1051 W. Robin Dr. Presentations will be given in English and Spanish. Openings for the 2018-19 school year are available for students in kindergarten through […]

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First 5 Tulare County welcomes proposals from service organizations for 0-5 years old

Starting January 5, 2018, First 5 Tulare County is seeking proposals from qualified organizations to provide services to children prenatal through five years of age and their families living in Tulare County.  These services will be funded by First 5 Tulare County using Proposition 10 funds, and they must achieve measurable results consistent with the […]

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Tulare County Farm Bureau’s Bonanza program to present 37 FFA jackets to local students

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – The Future Farmers of America (FFA) blue-corduroy jacket is a symbol of pride to the students who participate in the organization’s events. Sadly some do not have the financial means to purchase one. That is where the Tulare County Farm Bureau’s Bonanza program steps in. On Thursday, Jan. 18, a total […]

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Kiwanis spotlights Lathen Parker and Monserrat Gutierrez-Farfan as January’s TERRIFIC learners

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY – The Lindsay Kiwanis Club recognizes Lindsay Unified School District learners who are Thoughtful-Enthusiastic-Respectful-Responsible-Inclusive-Friendly-Inquisitive-Capable (TERRIFIC). Lathen Parker is a Kindergarten learner at Reagan School.  In his first year of school, Lathen has already distinguished himself as a TERRIFIC Learner.  Lathen comes to school every day with a smile, excited to learn new things!  […]

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VUSD offers a dozen new electives at high schools

Courses range from sports psychology to arson investigation in academies at all five high schools @TheSunGazette VISALIA – High school students will have a dozen new courses to choose from next year, including sports psychology, arson investigation and an advanced culinary course. The elective courses, which range from one semester to a full school year, […]

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