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Rawhide hopes MicheFest is a homerun for Hispanic heritage

Los Tigres del Norte to headline banda musica concert MicheFest at Rawhide Ballpark on Sept. 29 @TheSunGazette visalia – The Rawhide, in partnership with the ROOX Agency in Tulare have announced the musical line-up for its first large-scale concert in MicheFest. Banda los Sebastianes, La Origina Banda el Limon, and Los Malandrines will open for Los Tigres del Norte. Los Tigres Del […]

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Lindsay Community Theater finishes replacing marquee lights

Lindsay Community Theater finishes replacing the lights in its marquee after two-and-a-half years of toil By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN LINDSAY – A two-and-a-half-year tribulation to fix a Lindsay landmark finally came to a brilliant ending last week.  A small group of theater board members, community players, and theater management gathered in front of the Lindsay Community […]

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Exeter Chamber holds kickoff meeting for fall Scarecrow Contest

TheSunGazette EXETER – Exeter is ready to give locals something to crow about. The Exeter Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for fall and its 8th annual Scarecrow Contest, where businesses, individuals, and nonprofits hand make and display creative scarecrows throughout town to promote local tourism and its traditional Fall Festival event. Don’t be scared […]

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Hungry for history?

Tulare County Historical Society’s annual fundraiser slated for Sunday, Oct. 6 at Mooney Grove @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Hungry for some history? The Tulare County Historical Society (TCHS) has an insatiable appetite for preserving local history and they need your help to fuel their research projects by having dinner with them. TCHS will hold its […]

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Local songwriter’s first novel earns award

Western musician Juni Fisher is finalist for literary award for her book, Girls from Centro @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Songwriting isn’t the only thing Juni Fisher is renowned for. The Tulare County native can now add literary writing to her list of awards.  Earlier this month, Fisher’s first novel, “Girls from Centro” (Pen-L Publishing), was named […]

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Uncle Kracker brings country, rock and rap to Tulare County Fair stage

@TheSunGazette TULARE – The newly enhanced Bud Light Stage at the Tulare County Fair will feature the diverse sounds of Uncle Kracker on Thursday, Sept. 12. Uncle Kracker is known for country, rock and rap, with hit singles such as “When the Sun Goes Down” his double-platinum hit “Smile” and his cover of “Drift Away” […]

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Seeing double is funny with The Hodgetwins

Twins Keith and Kevin Hodge bring their stand-up comedy from YouTube to concert venues @TheSunGazette VISALIA – There’s nothing funny about insurance, but that’s where Internet sensation The Hodgetwins began their comedic career.  Twins Keith and Kevin Hodge grew up shoplifting hamburger meat and pasta from stores in Martinsville, Va. before they eventually went to […]

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Building a ‘Mighty’ connection in the South County

‘Mighty 190’ tourism group hopes to brand the Highway 190 corridor as a pathway to outdoor adventure By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY – An oft overlooked roadway connecting residents to some of Tulare County’s most picturesque places is being rebuilt, not its condition but rather its perception. During its roadshow meeting in Springville on July […]

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Visalia brings the yard sale to bigger, cooler level

Visalia Convention Center will hold its 4th Gigantic Indoor Yard Sale on Saturday, Aug. 10 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – It’s hard to justify bargain hunting at yard sales when the temperature is higher than the amount of money you are willing to spend on used appliances.  Instead of waking up at the crack of dawn to […]

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Kaweah Delta links golf tournament to cancer care

31st Kaweah Delta Golf Classic set to raise funds for state-of-the-art brain cancer care  @TheSunGazette VISALIA – The great Bobby Jones once said that “golf is played on a five-and-a-half-inch course, the space between your ears.” The Kaweah Delta Hospital Foundation is also hoping it can raise money to help those fighting to keep that space […]

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