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Kickoff events mark the 10th time Exeter has hosted a Relay for Life

@thesungazette EXETER – The American Cancer Society will hold its annual Relay for Life kickoff event on Wednesday, Nov. 15 at 6 p.m. in Exeter. The event will be held at the Exeter Woman’s Club located at, 201 Kaweah Ave. This year’s event chairperson, Stefani Woods and cancer survivor, Sandy Nicholson will be speaking at […]

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New owners of The Stag Saloon hold 18th annual Chili Cook Off, continue it for former owner

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – The Exeter Chili Cook Off has been a mainstay in autumn events around town for nearly two decades. But this year will be slightly different. This Saturday, Nov. 11 cook off will be the 18th in a row, but it will be held by the new Stag Saloon owners Diane […]

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EUHS grad Kenneth “KC” Mitchell is grand marshal of Visalia Veteran’s Day Parade on Nov. 18

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – If you are looking for a good reason to attend a Visalia’s Veterans Day Parade being held a week after Veterans Day is officially observed, look no further than the grand marshal. Staff Sgt. Kenneth “KC” Mitchell of the U.S. Army and an Exeter Union High School graduate, was just 27 days […]

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Author Ronn Couillard discuss his new book, Murder in Visalia, at the Tulare County Museum

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – The Tulare County Museum is holding a book talk on Friday, Nov. 3, with guest Ronn Couillard about his new book, Murder In Visalia, published in September. On one October morning in 1979, a stamp and coin dealer was gunned down in his Visalia shop. Unfortunately, there were no witnesses. Two months […]

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Woodlake Valley Chamber will crown Miss Woodlake 2017 at Nov. 5 dinner/pageant

@TheSunGazette WOODLAKE – Who will reign as Miss Woodlake for the next year? Will it be a cook, a dancer, a farmer, a computer programmer, an agribusiness leader or a plant scientist? The community of Woodlake will find out this Sunday when the Woodlake Valley Chamber of Commerce will crown Miss Woodlake 2017. The annual […]

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Composers from behind the Iron Curtain take center stage with symphony

Sequoia Symphony Orchestra presents “Behind the Czar: Protest and Praise” on Nov. 11 at the Visalia Fox Theater @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Russia has certainly been in the headlines over the last year, but Russian music has influenced some of the most memorable titles for nearly two centuries. The Tulare County Symphony will pull back the iron […]

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Visalian takes stage for Miss California Teen pageant

Representing the San Joaquin Valley, Kaitlyn Ward will contend for the Miss California Teen crown By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN VISALIA – The contestants for the 2017 Miss California Teen pageant have been selected. Among them is Visalia’s Kaitlyn Ward, named Miss San Joaquin Valley Teen. She and the rest of the contestants will contend for the […]

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