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Former Woodlake police chief’s Lemon Cove ranch hosts last camp for low-income, at-risk youth on its 20th anniversary

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN LEMON COVE – Last weekend marked many firsts and one last at a ranch hidden in the hills of Lemon Cove. For most of the 90 third, fourth and fifth graders it marked the first time they had ever been camping outside of their living room, the first time they had ever […]

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Exeter FFA students recognized in state project competition

Exeter FFA students recognized in state project competition The Agricultural Proficiency Awards honor FFA members who, through their supervised agriculture experience (SAE), have developed specialized skills they can apply toward their future careers. Students compete for awards in 53 areas from agricultural communications to wildlife management. Each award area has two categories, placement and entrepreneurship.  […]

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Courage to Change will celebrate boys home’s 20-year anniversary June 2 on Anderson Road ranch

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN EXETER – Courage to Change, a residential treatment facility for court-ordered youth, will celebrate its 20th anniversary in Exeter next month. And it looks like it may also be celebrating a new contract with the only school district it has ever worked with.  The Exeter Unified School District (EUSD) board of trustees […]

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All-American Student Classic brings academic/athletic competition to Lindsay on May 26

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Educators talk about molding well-rounded students whose confidence is as evident in their posture at a desk as it is in their demeanor on the field of play. Physical education reinforces this ideal with a push for students to be strong mentally and physically as two parts of the same whole. And […]

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Middle school teams will compete in Reading Revolution competition on May 18

@TheSunGazette  VISALIA – Reading is more than just a subject in school, it is the very foundation on which all learning is built. From learning the alphabet to advanced scientific experiment, the act of reading and the process of reading comprehension are needed to excel in any field. That’s why the Tulare County Office of Education […]

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EUHS’s advanced agriscience team is FFA state champion for second year in a row

@TheSunGazette EXETER – Exeter Union High School FFA are now back-to-back champions in the field of agriscience.  Four student projects from the Exeter FFA Chapter were judged at the 90th State FFA Leadership Conference in Anaheim from April 22 to 25. Over 175 projects were exhibited at this year’s state level competition. Exeter’s advanced division […]

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Congressman McCarthy presents Harmony Magnet, SHS teacher, student with merit award, inspirational educator award

@TheSunGazette PORTERVILLE – Two high school students in Strathmore were among five Porterville Unified School District (PUSD) teachers to receive honors personally from one of the country’s highest statesman.  On May 11, United States House of Representatives Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, a Congressman representing the 23rd Congressional District, traveled to Porterville to present the 2018 […]

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Alfonso Gamino brings 26 years of education experience to Woodlake Unified School District

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN WOODLAKE – For the first time in the history of Woodlake, the predominantly Hispanic school district will have its first Latino superintendent. But that’s not how Alfonso Gamino wants to be remembered. “I think I was selected because I was the most qualified candidate,” Gamino said. “I also consider it a privilege […]

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Kiwanis recognizes Lindsay’s TERRIFIC learners

Lindsay Kiwanis Club recognizes Lindsay Unified School District learners who are Thoughtful-Enthusiastic-Respectful-Responsible-Inclusive-Friendly-Inquisitive-Capable (TERRIFIC) and who serve their community (school and/or Lindsay). Lilly Lopez is a kindergartner at Jefferson School. Lilly loves to learn everything! Her learning facilitator says Lilly comes to school every day with an excitement for learning and a dedication for going above […]

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Member of the Young Leadership Academy at the Visalia-based LGBT Center, Casper Shaw is selected as 2018-19 student senate president

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – As a graduate of the Youth Leadership Academy at the Visalia-based LGBT Center, there may be no one better to lead the College of the Sequoias’ student center next year than Casper Shaw.  Just yesterday, Tuesday, May 15, Shaw graduated from the center’s academy along with other members of the first ever […]

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