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Award-winning Western music sensation and Strathmore native Juni Fisher returns to Lindsay Feb. 10

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY – If you are wondering how to spend your Valentine’s Day this year, consider a Saturday night out with wine, chocolate and the rustic romanticism of Western music. Strathmore native and Western music sensation Juni Fisher returns to the Lindsay Community Theater on Feb. 10 for one night only. The show starts at 7:30 p.m., and […]

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Sweetheart Ball fundraiser for Exeter Responds is Feb. 10 at Exeter Memorial Building

@TheSunGazette EXETER – Looking for a place to romance your sweetheart but tired of trying to find a reservation for Valentine’s Day? Why not raise some money for a good cause while dancing the night away with your guy or gal. This Saturday, Feb. 10 Exeter Responds is hosting a dinner and dance from 6-10 […]

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Exeter Relay for Life holds information boot camp

@TheSunGazette EXETER – Exeter Relay for Life is offering a boot camp for anyone interested in Relay. Coordinator Terri Guzman notes it will be very interactive with a lot of tips, hints, and tricks to be a successful team member and/or captain. There will be a lot of handouts, a time of Q&A, brainstorming, networking, […]

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Exeter announces annual awards

Exeter winners to be honored at Feb. 24 banquet; nomination deadline for Woodlake Awards is today, Jan. 31 By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN EXETER – A family-man financial advisor, a pet photographer, a dancing mother and mentor, the self proclaimed Marilyn Monroe of Exeter and a restaurant providing a French twist on American cuisine were all surprised […]

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Moscow Festival Ballet brings Cinderella to the Visalia Fox Theatre on Feb. 4

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Direct from Russia, the Moscow Festival Ballet, a company of 50 of the world’s finest dancers, brings Cinderella to the Visalia Fox Theatre! A fairy godmother, an evil stepmother, a charming prince, and two wicked stepsisters all come to life on stage when Moscow Festival Ballet presents the classic rags-to-riches story of […]

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Study shows that grandparents who are close to their grandchildren experience less depression

METRO NEWS – In the not-so-distant past, extended families were the norm, with multiple generations residing on the same street if not in the same house. Today the family unit is largely an amalgam of different situations. The rise of two-income families has pressured parents into finding childcare situations. Quite often grandparents once again step in […]

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Cellar Dwellers: Kendra Morris is a musical cover girl

Kendra Morris brings her own sound to cover songs, creates her own album covers through collages @TheSunGazette VISALIA – When Kendra Morris was 8 years old she got a karaoke machine for Christmas. She loved singing her favorite songs, a never ending playlist thanks to her musical childhood. Her parents not only played in bands but […]

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AARP offers an ‘ace’ in the hole for retirement saving

NAPS — There’s good news for anyone worried about saving for retirement—you already have what it takes to be a smart saver! A recent survey by AARP and the Ad Council revealed that Americans are getting the most out of every dollar in many areas in their lives, with 92 percent using money-saving hacks like […]

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Rawhide announces 2018 as “Year of the Cowbell,” plans to build America’s largest cowbell to commemorate 10th anniversary

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – In the words of famed music producer Bruce Dickinson, “I gotta have more cowbell.” It wasn’t actually Dickinson that said those words but rather Christopher Walken portraying him in the classic Saturday Night Live skit spoofing Blue Oyster Cult’s recording of “(Don’t Fear) The Reaper.” And after years of selling mini cowbells […]

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Tracy Harris to instruct Flute Choir and Pedagogy class at COS in Visalia from February to May

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – If you’re an amateur or advanced flutist and want to learn from the best there’s no better place to learn than right here in Tulare County. The College of the Sequoias Training Resource Center is holding a Flute Choir and Pedagogy class. The class will be held on Tuesdays from 5:30 to […]

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