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Coreopsis: Tickseed or Pot of Gold?

By Penye Cushing U.C.C.E. Master Gardener With a nickname like Pot of Gold, don’t you want some? Their bright shiny faces bloom from spring through summer–long after most perennials have faded from the garden. They acquired their common name, Tickseed, because someone thought the seeds looked like little ticks…absolutely nothing to do with the nasty […]

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Charcoal drawing by Brianna Lee of Visalia earns honorable mention at international art competition

@TheSunGazette NEW YORK — A Visalia artist’s drawing earned an honorable mention at an international art competition this month.  Brianna Lee of Visalia was among seven Californians and 176 award which emerged from a field of 3,750 entries from 69 countries as part of the 13th International ARC Salon Competition, the largest and most prestigious […]

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Symphony concludes season with Beethoven’s last and best

Sequoia Symphony performs Beethoven’s 9 in its final concert of the 2017-18 season By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – The Sequoia Symphony will end their season with the last complete symphony ever composed by Ludwig Von Beethoven – his ninth. It was also his most successful and is still considered one of the greatest symphonies ever […]

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Dr. Kathryn Uhrich is featured speaker at Woman’s Club’s Mother/Daughter Tea on May 2

@TheSunGazette EXETER – Exeter Union High School senior girls, and their mothers, will have the opportunity to hear from a woman who started as a small town girl and is now one of the premiere researchers in her field.  Dr. Kathryn E. Uhrich will be the featured speaker at the Exeter Woman’s Club’s annual Mother/Daughter […]

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Springville Rodeo: 5 cowgirls try to rein in crown

@TheSunGazette SPRINGVILLE – Five cowgirls are vying for the vaunted title of Springville Rodeo Queen.  The Springville Rodeo Queen Pageant is held annually to select a young lady who has the desire and enthusiasm to serve as an ambassador of rodeo and the community of Springville. Contestants must be between the ages of 15 and […]

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Orange Blossom Festival’s Grand Marshal enjoys 50 years of parades

2018 OBF Parade Grand Marshal is Tom Spurlock; City Council proclaims him “Outstanding Citizen” By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN LINDSAY – Tom Spurlock has seen 50 Orange Blossom Festival (OBF) parades, 45 of them from his front porch. But this year, he saw the parade from a whole new vantage point—as the 2018 OBF Grand Marshal. After […]

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Galaxy Theatre in Porterville will be showcasing three feature films by the Nelms Brothers on Thursday, April 19.

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – On Thursday, April 19 the Galaxy Theatre in Porterville will also be showcasing three feature films by the Nelms Brothers: 2013’s Lost on Purpose, which was filmed in Tulare County, 2015’s release of Waffle Street, based on the memory of the same name, starring Danny Glover and James Lafferty, and Small Town […]

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Husband-wife duo of AJ Swearingen and Jayne Kelli will perform Simon and Garfunkel Tribute in Lindsay

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY – The husband and wife duo of AJ Swearingen and Jayne Kelli don’t have the creative differences that split up their idols Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel, but they do have two voices in perfect harmony balanced against an acoustic guitar of which their musical predecessors would be proud.  Swearingen and Kelli will […]

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Ronnie Milsap pioneered the country-pop crossover long before today’s artists

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Long before artists like Darius Rucker and Kelly Clarkson began bringing pop to country, Ronnie Milsap introduced mainstream music to southern songs.   Milsap provided country music with one of its most important voices, as the genre was moving beyond its rural roots into popular music. Milsap ranks as the pre-eminent country […]

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Woodlake natives Eshom and Ian Nelms screen new film ‘Small Town Crime’ for the first ‘TIME’ in Tulare County April 19

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Hollywood director chairs are filled with famed siblings, including the Wachowski brothers (or sisters?) of Matrix fame, and the Cohen brothers, nominated for 13 Academy Awards. And two brothers from Woodlake may be the next siblings to make the short list of sibling director duos.     Woodlake natives Eshom and Ian […]

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