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Class of 2019: Inspiring Young People

Kaweah High School graduation ceremony was inspired by the actions of one student and the words of another By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN EXETER – Walking the line at graduation is a routine part of nearly every high school senior’s experience. For many continuation high school students, reaching graduation is the culmination of an arduous journey overcoming […]

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Exeter FFA: A Semester of Success

By Lauren McEwen Past Exeter FFA Chapter Reporter As FFA members hang up their blue corduroy jackets for the summer, the Exeter Agriculture Department looks upon its chapter with pride. With over 400 members in its program, the Exeter FFA Chapter hosts nearly half of EUHS students at its off-campus facilities.  Notable recent events at […]

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Class of 2019: Knights demonstrate the ‘true meaning of strength’

Seniors from John J. Cairns, Loma Vista Charter schools receive diplomas Thursday during the schools’ commencement ceremony By Nancy Vigran Reporting for the Sun-Gazette LINDSAY – Thirty-eight seniors from John J. Cairns High and Loma Vista Charter schools took part in the graduation commencement ceremony on Thursday along with nine Lindsay Adult Education students. Graduate […]

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Class of 2019: Spartans grow beyond Strathmore High School

Editors Note: This week and next, the Sun-Gazette will cover Tulare County high school and continuation school graduations. @TheSunGazette STRATHMORE – A grouping of blue and red robes walked up the back side of the home bleachers of Spartan Stadium, and down to the field for their commencement ceremony. The Graduating Class of 2019 were […]

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Betting On Our Future program has teens conduct surveys, raise awareness about youth gambling

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY – A Tulare County-based program may be the state’s best bet in preventing youth from developing a gambling addiction. Students from El Diamante High School and Sequoia High School in Visalia, as well as Hanford West High School, are working together to increase awareness of youth gambling in Tulare and […]

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It’s showtime at the library for kids wanting an educational experience

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Summer is right around the corner, which means it is almost time for Tulare County Library’s free annual Summer Reading Program! The branch libraries are offering free reading programs for all ages – 0-100 – as part of its “It’s Showtime at Your Library” themed events. Summer Reading Program begins June […]

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Strathmore student threatens to ‘shoot up’ graduation ceremony

Tulare County Sheriff’s Deputies arrest male student on charges of making terrorist threats @TheSunGazette STRATHMORE – Normally a student’s biggest concern at a graduation ceremony is what to draw on the top of their hat to help them stand out in the crowd. But students and parents at Strathmore Middle School were concerned about the […]

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Exeter High School installs blinking crosswalk signs for students crossing Highway 65

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Students no longer need to dangerously dash across the highway to get to downtown for lunch anymore. There is a much safer, and noticeable, option available, and just over a year in the making. Until recently students at Exeter High School could either walk past Palm to cross one of […]

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Golden West upgrades to cost nearly double

Visalia Unified reworks project list, budget to find the funding needed to renovate 40-year-old Golden West High School By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Darice Vieira was among the first graduating class at Golden West High School in Visalia. She remembers the school opened in 1979 with hand-me-down desks from Redwood High School, no band uniforms, […]

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Visalia Unified holds informational meeting about Calif. Cadet Corps pathway beginning this fall

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Serving the military is like any other career, in the sense that the more studies and experience you obtain before graduating from school the further along you can start your career. Visalia Unified School District understands that many of its graduates choose a career of military service after graduating from high school […]

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