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Sierra View Medical Center paints the town pink

Sierra View Medical Center invited the Porterville business community to think pink. The Roger S. Good Cancer Center Treatment Center challenged Porterville businesses to show their support with a “Pink in the District” business-to-business decorating contest. Local businesses were challenged to use their creativity and competitive natures by decorating a public space, window or front […]

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Pink Tea is more than breast cancer

Comedian Karen Mills will discuss surviving ovarian cancer as keynote speaker of Oct. 21 event @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Tickets are on sale for Kaweah Delta’s 7th annual Pink Tea Party, whose Moroccan-themed tea party will transform the Visalia Convention Center on Sunday, Oct. 21. The event will celebrate those in our community whose lives have […]

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Annual concert provides free music and mammograms

Girls and Guitars event at the Visalia Fox Theatre fundraises for under- and uninsured women to get mammograms that may identify early stages of breast cancer By Stephanie Barraza Special to the Sun-Gazette VISALIA – It is estimated that 1 in 8 women in the U.S. will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. Fortunately, one […]

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Rudy Colombini leads Rolling Stones cover band into Lindsay Theater on Oct. 20

Frontman Rudy Colombini leads Rolling Stones cover band into Lindsay Theater on Oct. 20 @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Rock ‘n’ roll’s most iconic band isn’t rolling through Lindsay anytime soon, but a band that encapsulates their energy and sound is this weekend. The number one Rolling Stones cover band in America, Rudy Colombini & The Unauthorized […]

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Mooney Grove Lily Pond Project Winners Named

Tulare County waded through entries but chose Garden Street Art Studio’s design for the Mooney Grove Lily Pond Project By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette TULARE COUNTY – Winners of the Mooney Grove Lily Pond Project have been announced with a team from the Garden Street Art Studio being awarded the project. The team, […]

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History comes to life at Visalia Cemetery

County Historical Society presents living history event Tales from the Tomb on Saturday, Oct. 20 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Did you know that Visalia was the final resting place of a former slave who ended segregation in California schools? Edmund Edward Wysinger (1816-1891) is buried at the Visalia Cemetery and played an integral part in shaping […]

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Taste the Arts returns to Main Street

Ninth annual arts festival is coming to Downtown Visalia on Saturday, Oct. 20 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Learn all about our local talent throughout Garden Street between Main Street and the Old Lumberyard. Enjoy three city blocks of art sales; live performances; food; art workshops; and wellness activities during the biggest art party of the year! […]

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A decade of lending a hand

Volunteer organization Hands in the Community celebrates 10 years of generosity By Stephanie Barraza Special to the Sun-Gazette VISALIA – Hands in the Community started with a phone call. It was two or three weeks before Christmas when founder and executive director, Lester Moon, received a call from someone who was in a particular dilemma. […]

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Hannah Lentz takes hometown crown

At Monday night’s coronation, Hannah Lentz was selected among 7 candidates for the Miss Exeter title By Stephanie Barraza Special to the Sun-Gazette EXETER – Among the seven candidates running for the 2018 Miss Exeter competition, only one was chosen to represent Exeter’s small town charm. Monday night, Oct. 8, saw the coronation of Hannah […]

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Visalia gets ‘Fresh’ with Margaret Cho

Margaret Cho is back from the brink in her new show “Fresh Off The Bloat” Oct. 13 in Visalia @TheSunGazette VISALIA – A pioneer amongst women in comedy, Margaret Cho doesn’t take anything for granted as she continues to tackle difficult subjects with sensitivity and her razor-sharp insight with her takes on addiction, abuse, activism, […]

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