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Adventurous guest artist Jiji will play guitar in two pieces inspired by the glory of nature

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – A birdsong heard through the rustling on a blustery day. A pine tree standing alone along a barren landscape. A single guitar against a symphony of instruments. The glory of nature will be depicted by an adventurous guitarist featured in two pieces inspired by spring at this weekend’s Sequoia Symphony concert.  The […]

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Area egg hunts get kids hopping

Easter egg hunts planned around Visalia and Exeter in upcoming weeks @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Kids with colorful baskets in hand will be grabbing up equally colorful eggs filled with toys, candy, and prizes all over Tulare County in coming days. Below is a listing of Easter egg hunts in surrounding communities: Visalia PAL holds […]

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Garden Tips for April

By Peyton Ellas UCCE Master Gardener April is a great month for working in and enjoying the garden. The statewide California Native Plant Week is April 15 to 21, and International Earth Day is April 21. Danger of frost is past, but the weather and soil are still relatively cool, with a continued opportunity for […]

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‘Mystic’ conjures John Muir’s love for nature

Documentary on life of the father of wilderness conservation and patron saint of environmental activism will be shown Sunday, April 14 at COS @TheSunGazette VISALIA – What would Tulare County be like without Sequoia National Park? It’s a sad and terrible thought that thanks to John Muir we’ll never have to experience. Muir’s writings of […]

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Library’s book festival hosts 3 California authors

Tulare County Library to hold annual book festival at Visalia Branch Library Saturday, April 13 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Celebrate the second annual Tulare County Library Book Festival at the Visalia Branch Library at 200 West Oak Ave. in Visalia from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 13. The Tulare County Library Foundation, along […]

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The future of Dreamers

Education and Leadership Foundation’s Jorge Ceballos Madrigal lead discussion on the status of Dreamers at LCAC Forum tonight, April 3 @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Determining the legal status of Dreamers has always been complicated, but trying to figure out the political stats of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is utterly chaotic. A permanent […]

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OBF parade means it’s time to party in Lindsay

87th annual Orange Blossom Festival Parade is April 13, this year’s theme is “It’s Fiesta Time!” @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – After a cold and wet winter, Lindsay residents are ready to get outside, get reacquainted with neighbors, and get into spring. In other words, it’s time for Orange Blossom Festival.  The 87th annual Orange Blossom Festival […]

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Sports versus Band/Choir, a ‘Student Perspectives’

Woodlake Valley Middle School student looks at the pros and cons of extracurricular activities competing for students attention and time By Teresa Kerwin Woodlake Valley Middle School WOODLAKE – In the academic world, sports and music do not often intermingle. Usually, students are firmly athletes or musicians, with very few that do both activities in […]

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5 tips to successfully bring a new pet into your home

Family Features – Sponsored by PetSmart Charities Bringing home a puppy or kitten can lead to a lot of excitement. However, discussing issues that may arise and preparing in advance for a new pet’s arrival can help make for a smooth transition. Consider these tips from the pet experts at PetSmart Charities to help make […]

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