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Rachel Newman named to dean’s list of Cedarville University in Ohio

CEDARVILLE, OHIO – Cedarville University student Rachel Newman of Exeter, CA, achieved the dean’s list for the 2018 spring semester. Newman maintained a 3.5 GPA while taking at least 12 credit hours from Cedarville University. Cedarville University, located between Dayton and Columbus, Ohio is an accredited, Christ-centered, Baptist institution with an enrollment of 3,963 undergraduate, […]

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Exeter Community Service Guild awards $8,000 in scholarships at annual membership brunch

@TheSunGazette EXETER – The service group known as the Pink Ladies handed out a lot of green earlier this month.  The Exeter Community Service Guild and Pink Ladies gave $8,000 in scholarships to Exeter Union High School seniors at its annual Membership Brunch at the Exeter Memorial Building on May 9, 2018. Mary Jane Archuleta-Jensen […]

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Third grade class at Sequoia Union wins $2,500 grant in national Carton 2 Garden contest

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN LEMON COVE – There’s no reason to cry over spilt milk in Lemon Cove because a group of students at Sequoia Elementary School are just as interested in the empty carton as they are in the milk. Rhonda Finfrock’s third grade class at Sequoia Elementary was awarded $2,500 yesterday for their winning […]

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Exeter woman gets Self-Help Enterprises scholarship

Mercedes Rosales of Exeter will use $1,000 scholarship to pursue her master’s degree @TheSunGazette  EXETER – An Exeter woman will pursue her master’s degree thanks to a scholarship in honor of a woman dedicated to serving the community. Mercedes Rosales of Exeter was awarded one of two, $1,000 scholarships from Self-Help Enterprises, a community development organization […]

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Woodlake Valley Middle School awarded $5,000 grant to convert a room into a recording/media studio

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN WOODLAKE — Matt Barcellos understands the need for students to learn new technology. An English language arts teacher by trade and educated in physiology, Barcellos has always been tech savvy and wants to ensure his students at Woodlake Valley Middle School don’t fall behind in the technical skills they will need regardless […]

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Tulare County schools make national honor roll

Harmony Magnet in Strathmore, Sequoia Charter in Lemon Cove among a dozen Tulare County schools to be named to Educational Results Partnership Honor Roll @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Harmony Magnet Academy in Strathmore and Sequoia Elementary Charter in Lemon Cove were among a dozen schools in Tulare County who made an honor roll list nationwide.  […]

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“GRAD BOOK: Class of 2018” publishes May 30

GRAD BOOK: Class of 2018 is available Wednesday, May 30! Print subscribers, look for your free copy inserted into your delivered issue of The Sun-Gazette. Foothills area students may check with their high school office for a free copy, or visit the Mineral King Publishing office at 120 N. E St. in Exeter weekdays from […]

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ProYouth’s HEART program at Lincoln Elementary in Exeter honored with statewide designation for healthy behaviors

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN EXETER – One in three children in Tulare County will develop Type II diabetes during their lifetime, the fifth highest rate of diabetes in the state. Ten percent of those with diabetes will be hospitalized and suffer long-term side effects and one quarter of those hospitalized will have a foot or leg […]

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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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