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teens can hang out in…’The Club’

Visalia Boys & Girls Club is offering a teen room with booth seating, hi-def TV, video games, a full-sized kitchen @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Teenagers don’t like sharing a room with their younger siblings on summer vacations, and they certainly don’t want to hang out with younger children they aren’t related to at a Boys & […]

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Raymond Paramo excels in classroom from lessons taught on the basketball court, receives scholarship

@TheSunGazette FARMERSVILLE – The best Aztec basketball player was honored academically last week. Multi-record holder Raymond Paramo received the Ruiz 4 Kids Scholarship. “I am grateful,” Paramo said. “So many people apply, and I am one of the lucky few to be selected.” The Ruiz 4 Kids Scholarship is a nonprofit organization founded in 1991, […]

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Area Graduation Ceremonies Schedule

Graduation Ceremonies Pomp and Circumstance is here again as local high school seniors get ready to receive their diplomas. The following is a chronological list of local graduation ceremonies: Strathmore High School Time: 8:00 p.m. Date: Thursday, May 30 Spartan Stadium, 22568 Avenue 196 in Strathmore. Bravo Lake High School Time: 7:00 p.m. Date: Monday, […]

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Pink Ladies deliver some green at annual meeting

Exeter Community Service Guild, better known as the Pink Ladies, presents $2,000 scholarships to four Exeter Union High School seniors @TheSunGazette EXETER – The Exeter Community Service Guild, better known as the Pink Ladies, held its annual Membership Brunch at the Exeter Memorial Building on Wednesday, May 8. New officers were installed for the upcoming […]

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Strathmore Boys & Girls Club members serve town members who set out to serve the youth of rural town

@TheSunGazette STRATHMORE – Five years ago the Strathmore Boys & Girls Club opened to provide an afterschool program for the children of the rural town thanks to the support of local donors and volunteers. Last week, those same groups were served by the same children they set out to serve. On May 14, Boys & […]

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Pink Ladies deliver some green at annual meeting

Exeter Community Service Guild, better known as the Pink Ladies, presents $2,000 scholarships to four Exeter Union High School seniors @TheSunGazette EXETER – The Exeter Community Service Guild, better known as the Pink Ladies, held its annual Membership Brunch at the Exeter Memorial Building on Wednesday, May 8. New officers were installed for the upcoming […]

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Local college grads carry least student debt

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Local college graduates are faring better than most of the country in paying off their student loans. Nearly every city in the Valley was in the top quarter of carrying manageable post-college debts, according to a recent report by WalletHub, a personal finance web site offering analysis to consumers. Student loan […]

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Scholarship program sets record in ’19 after awarding $600,000 to high school seniors, transfer students

@TheSunGazette DINUBA– Ruiz 4 Kids has raised millions for Valley students seeking a college degree. And this year, they set a new record for the amount awarded to local high school seniors and transfer students. Earlier this month, the scholarship program initiated by Dinuba-based Ruiz Foods announced it set a new record by awarding $600,000 […]

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Tulare County Library applies for grant to fund mobile library/literacy van

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY  – Instead of checking books out of the nearest library, the Tulare County Library is hoping to check books into rural neighborhoods where residents may not have transportation to access a traditional library. At its May 7 meeting, the Tulare County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved County Librarian Darla Wegener’s […]

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Visalia Charter Independent Study’s new west campus will open in former location of Brandman University

@TheSunGazette  VISALIA – Visalia Unified School District will celebrate the opening of the new Visalia Charter Independent Study West campus at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 16. The new campus, located at 649 S. County Center Drive, houses the ninth- and tenth-grade supervising teachers, along with math, English, biology and other elective courses.  Starting in […]

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