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39 years of dedication for WUSD education

By Amy C. Witt @AmyCWitt_SGN woodlake – Darlene Hardcastle was on a mission to inspire students and stimulate the desire to learn in every child she had the pleasure of teaching. Through her 39 years of teaching in Woodlake, she has greatly impacted students’ lives for the better, focusing on what’s best for the students. […]

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Preserving Tulare County’s heritage and culture

@TheSunGazette porterville – The Cultural and Historical Awareness Program (CHAP) at Porterville College is proud to host a presentation by Amy King Curator, Tulare County Museum, “Preserving Our Culture and Heritage: The Mission and Future of the Tulare County Museum” on Wednesday, March 22 from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in the Porterville College Theater. The Tulare […]

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Tiger gives back to the community

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN woodlake – President John F. Kennedy once stated in a speech, “Do not ask what your country can do for you but ask what you can do for your country.” A version of that mindset is why Woodlake High School senior William Theis was awarded the 2017 Woodlake Male Youth of […]

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Rivas makes a difference in Woodlake

By Amy C. Witt @AmyCWitt_SGN woodlake – Brooke Rivas has lived by the motto, “It’s not just about living, its about making a difference.” While big things come in small packages, her hard work, kind and compassionate heart along with leadership can’t be ignored. Its no wonder why the humble Rivas was awarded the 2016 […]

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Sequoia Union students compete in science

@TheSunGazette lemon cove — Science is an ever-growing field, and Tulare County could use more scientists in its ranks. If anyone is looking for one now, the best and brightest scientists might be little more than a few years away from making an impact, but that doesn’t mean they are not working on it. Eight […]

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LUSD and LTA begin negotiations

While the Exeter Unified School District and the Exeter Teachers Association continue their impasse, the Lindsay Unified School District (LUSD) and the Lindsay Teachers Association (LTA) are ready to begin negotiations for the next school year. According to LTA representative Jaime Robles, negotiations typically go pretty well. “Fortunately there is a good relationship between the […]

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ETA, EUSD continue to stall

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – Both the Exeter Unified School District (EUSD) and the Exeter Teachers Association (ETA) came back to the table a month ago to try and resolve a 1% salary difference for teachers. However, the Feb. 14 meeting had both parties walking away without a compromise, forcing them back to the […]

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DA warns about sex trafficking

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – Exeter High School students got a sad but nonetheless necessary lesson in one of the most real dangers in Tulare County, sex trafficking. In light of large scale operations like Operation Baby Face where 52 victims were trafficked and 13 men were arrested, Tulare County District Attorney Tim Ward […]

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Music to a Monarch’s ears

@TheSunGazette exeter – Music is a wonderful thing for listeners who enjoy soothing sounds or for those who need a certain song to get them in their groove. But for the musicians, they have a very passionate relationship with the notes on the page. And for Exeter High School, their passion shone through when they […]

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Woodlake brings home hardware

@TheSunGazette woodlake – The phrase ‘go big or go home’ applies to most competitors, but for Woodlake FFA, they went big and then went home with some hardware in the bag. The Woodlake FFA Agriculture Computer Applications Team of 4 freshmen FFA members took home the 1st High Overall Team at the UC Davis FFA […]

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