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200 student filmmakers make the cut at film festival

500 students entered films for Tulare County Office of Education’s 2019 Slick Rock Film Festival @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – The 2019 Slick Rock Student Film Festival – Central California’s largest student film competition – is scheduled for Friday, May 10, at the Fox Theatre in downtown Visalia. This year, the festival received over 500 film […]

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New scholarship helps address teacher shortage

COS Foundation creates scholarship for COS grads transferring to Fresno State’s Visalia campus @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Efforts to address the South Valley teacher shortage are getting a boost from a new scholarship fund available for students transferring from College of the Sequoias into the Integrated Teacher Education Program at Fresno State’s Visalia campus. The program allows students […]

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VCIS students are ‘Way 2 Fierce’

Visalia Charter Independent Study students perform in dance, drama and vocals production @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Visalia Charter Independent Study students will present two “Way 2 Fierce” performances of dance, drama and vocals at L. J. Williams Theater on Saturday, May 18. Performances will be offered at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets are $7 each […]

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Lindsay club announces TERRIFIC kids of April

Lindsay Kiwanis Club honors Jonavan Medina and Yulissa Corona for their outstanding character @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Jonavan Medina is a 7th grade learner at Jefferson Learning Community. Jonavan is a dual language learner who was nominated for TERRIFIC Learner because he demonstrates all the characteristics of TERRIFIC.  His favorite subject is Math; and, he plans […]

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Foundation awards $117K for projects at COS

Laser cutter, documentary video library, among projects funded by COS Foundation donations @TheSunGazette VISALIA — A laser cutter for science labs. Free access to a video library of more than 30,000 documentaries. Additional seating in the Learning Resource Center. These were just some of the projects being funded at College of the Sequoias thanks to […]

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First Free Will Baptist Church holds egg hunt for children with special needs

Eggs-hilerating Feeling @TheSunGazette EXETER – The mad dash of masses at community egg hunts can be overwhelming for any small child. That experience is often intensified when the children have special needs. One local church has come up with a better way.  On Saturday, April 13, the First Free Will Baptist Church of Exeter held […]

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Neighborhood Park project earns excellence in Earlimart

California Park & Recreation Society awards Earlimart Neighborhood Park its top award @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – The best things come to those who wait. The Earlimart Neighborhood Park is proof. No one waited longer than Earlimart to get a community patch of grass for kids to play safely away from the rural roadways. It took […]

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Lindsay club announces TERRIFIC kids of March

Lindsay Kiwanis Club honors Jacob Ashcraft, Jennifer Gonzalez-Espinoza for their outstanding character @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Kiwanis is a group of volunteers with the mission of empowering our community to improve the world by making a lasting difference in the lives of children. Lindsay Kiwanis Club recognizes Lindsay Unified School District learners who are Thoughtful-Enthusiastic-Respectful-Responsible-Inclusive-Friendly-Inquisitive-Capable (TERRIFIC) […]

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County names student art contest winners

TCOE students’ art for Healthy Tulare County Week is on display at HHSA location @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Three local youth will see their names in lights, or at least their artwork on digital signs owned by the County of Tulare.  Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency (HHSA) announced the winners of its student art […]

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Mt. Whitney to rebuild auto shop

Visalia Unified awards $2.1 million project to Forcum/Mackey; shop may reopen this fall @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Things should finally look normal at Mt. Whitney High School this fall after a year of students and staff walking passed the melted metal of the former auto shop.  At its April 9 meeting, the Visalia Unified Board of […]

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