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A Harvard man leads ‘Boys and Girls’ in Tulare County

@TheSunGazette exeter – Tulare County’s Boys & Girls Clubs are among the best in the nation. Club members here rate their experiences higher than the national average, they are one of the most respected non-profits in the county and their CEO is Harvard educated, or at least he will be. Galen Quenzer, CEO of Boys […]

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Knights carry banner of redemption

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN lindsay – The 51 graduates of John J. Cairns’ Class of 2017 couldn’t be more different. They come from different backgrounds and arrive at the continuation high school for many reasons. Some are pregnant mothers, others class clowns and many self esteem. But the one thing they have in common is […]

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Popular principal exits after 13 years

By Mackenzie Carmen @MCarmen549 woodlake – After serving as Castle Rock Elementary School’s principal for 13 years, Robert Gonzales is moving on to Cutler, Orosi Joint Unified School District. Gonzales’ will now be Orosi’s Alternative Education Administrator. He will oversee four different schools including a continuation high school, adult education school and an online school. […]

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Students play for the ‘Freedom’ Cup

@TheSunGazette farmersville – Elementary school girls representing the United States defeated the team representing Brazil 4-3 at the All-Star girls soccer game at Freedom Elementary School in Farmersville. The World Cup inspired match was a very energetic game. Player of the game honors for USA went to Ximena Garcia and Salina Ballesteros. Leading players for Brazil […]

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An Exeter family’s century of Monarchs

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN exeter – It is tradition for the girls of the graduating class at Exeter Union High School (EUHS) to gather for the annual tea celebration put on by the Exeter Woman’s Club. This year, as in many years before the young women of Exeter’s graduating class gathers, exchanged small talk and […]

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Small class with high praise graduates at Deep Creek Academy

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN farmersville – Adversity can either knock you down or force you to stand up under immense pressure. Either way, you learn a valuable lesson. The 11 students who graduated on May 30, their teachers and even the community all learned more about Deep Creek Academy during a year that was full […]

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County Libraries offer free lunches

@TheSunGaztte visalia – The Visalia, Dinuba, Lindsay and Tipton branches of the Tulare County Library are partnering with the Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission (EOC), Dinuba Unified School District and Lindsay Unified School District to provide lunches to hungry children. Meals will include sandwiches, fruit, vegetables, crackers and milk. Visalia will be offering lunches on Tuesdays […]

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Kaweah High School students earn diploma, learn from the best

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN exeter – A high school diploma is often something we take for granted. For many graduates, the commencement ceremony is an inevitable step in their journey from adolescence to becoming and adult. But by mid-way through their teenage years, some high schoolers are faced with the possibility they may not graduate […]

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100 colleges to attend free event for local students

@TheSunGazette visalia – The Western Association for College Admission Counseling (WACAC) is coming to the Visalia to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the organization with the first ever college fair for local students and their families. The free college fair will be held on Monday, June 12 from 5-8 p.m. at the Visalia Convention Center. […]

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