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County reschedules MyPlate Color Run in Woodlake for April 7

Rain forces organizers to move MyPlate Color Run to April 7 at Castle Rock Elementary @TheSunGazette WOODLAKE – Due to weather, the annual Woodlake MyPlate Color Run – originally scheduled for March 3 – has been rescheduled to Saturday, April 7. Capitalizing on the popularity of color runs — where participants are blasted with colored chalk during the […]

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Parents want more info in cases of rumored shooting at Exeter Union High School

Exeter Unified superintendent takes questions during Thursday’s town hall from students’ parents over the rumored shooting threat and “hit list” investigation By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER– Almost two weeks ago, parents and students feared for their lives in the face of a rumored shooting threat. While it turned out that the threat was fake, the fear […]

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Alpine Vista 8th grader Jaskarn Singh spells perfectly at bee

Jaskarn Singh, 8th grader at Alpine Vista School in Tulare, spells 19 consecutive words correctly to win Tulare County Spelling Championship @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Jaskarn Singh has probably never seen a vamplate, or even known what one was prior to last Wednesday’s 2018 Tulare County Spelling Championship, but that didn’t stop him from spelling […]

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Student Art Exhibition open house is March 1; art will be on display through March 20

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Funding for the arts may be dwindling in the public school system, but there is no shortage of students whose creativity colors the world outside the lines of district boundaries and classroom scheduling blocks. More than 230 paintings, drawings and sculptures from students at 46 Tulare County schools were selected for […]

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John J. Cairns seniors Madison Robinson and Jose Lemus Morales honored by service club at board meeting

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Two lucky students who exemplify the best Lindsay Unified strives for were selected as Kiwanis learners for the month of February. Kiwanis is dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at a time. Lindsay Kiwanis Club recognizes Lindsay Unified School District learners who are Thoughtful-Enthusiastic-Respectful-Responsible-Inclusive-Friendly-Inquisitive-Capable (TERRIFIC) and who serve their […]

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Third annual MyPlate Color Run will be held March 3 at Castle Rock Elementary School

[Update 2/28/18 at 16:53 PST: This event has been postponed due to weather, possibly to April 7 or a later date] @TheSunGazette WOODLAKE – It is said that vegetables and fruit with the deepest hues and most vibrant colors are the healthiest, so why should a fun run to teach families about nutrition and exercise […]

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Students put competing theories to the test at Science Olympiad

Middle school, high school teams will compete this Saturday, March 3, at Mission Oak High School @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Over 400 teens will building bridges, launching rockets, piloting robotic vehicles, solving crimes, designing experiments and engaging in scientific explorations this Saturday in Tulare. Students from sixth through 12th grades from 19 middle and 16 high […]

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State Superintendent Tom Torlakson strongly encourages eligible students to apply for California DREAM Act by March 2 deadline

@TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO — State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson and the California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) announced that applications for the California DREAM Act — Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors — are down and urged all eligible students to apply for the program, which allows undocumented students to receive state financial aid […]

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Youth Commission to hold March 1 workshop to assist nonprofits in applying for Step Up grants

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Youth in Tulare County face some serious issues ranging from malnourishment to obesity and from illiteracy to learning disabilities. Many nonprofit organizations that address these issues statewide started right here in Tulare County where the need is dire due to diverse range of geographic, cultural and economic deficiencies. The one thing […]

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Exeter Unified issues statement: ‘Rumors invalid, EUHS students safe’

Editor’s Note: The following is the official statement released by the Exeter Unified School District in regards to rumors of gun violence at Exeter Union High School that were circulating on Friday, Feb. 23. The statement below is unedited and was released to the Sun-Gazette on Feb. 27. The Sun-Gazette’s report on the incident will […]

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