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Lindsay presents The Tempest

@TheSunGazette lindsay – The Tempest, presented by the Lindsay Community Theatre is the twelfth annual Shakespeare in the Plaza summer play. The show will take place at the Sweet Brier Plaza stage in Downtown Lindsay on Aug. 10, 12, 17 and 19. The Shows begins at dusk and admission is free. Spoiler alert ahead: The […]

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Stuff The Bus Benefit

@TheSunGazette visalia – School supplies are dreadfully expensive. From binders, backpacks, dry erase markers, and more “back to school” can become a dreaded time for family’s pocketbooks, especially if they have multiple children attending school at one time. Visalia Unified School District intends to ease the burden families face this school year with a “Stuff […]

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Mooney Grove brings back boats

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN visalia – One of Tulare Counties most beloved parks is Visalia’s Mooney Grove. With its massive oak trees, it gives visitors a glimpse into what the land used to look like. The park also provides both enriching and fun activities for the family which now includes an old favorite, the paddle […]

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‘Read to Ride’ a fair deal

@TheSunGazette tulare county – Sometimes children need some encouragement to dust off their books and read. The Tulare County Fair hopes they can entice children to read more this summer with their “Read to Ride” program. All public libraries in Tulare County are participating in The Read to Ride contest which is open to all […]

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Visalia Chamber offers Cuba cruise tour

@TheSunGazette visalia – The Chamber invites you to come and learn about the group tour “Cuba Cruise” leaving March 1, 2018 and returning March 10, 2018. “Cuba Cruise” is a 10-day tour including 23 meals, round-trip airfare from Fresno, transportation to the Fresno Airport and an English speaking guide. The cost of the tour begins […]

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Fostering foster parents

@TheSunGazette visalia – It is a sad reality that foster parents are desperately needed in the Central Valley. Those who are interested in helping children in need of foster parents may soon receive help from the Tulare County Resource Family Approval which will be offering orientations twice per month for prospective resource families. The Tulare […]

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Letter to the Editor: A defining moment for our Assemblyman?

Dear Editor, As a former opponent of Devon Mathis for the State Assembly I applaud his affirmative vote to extend the state’s landmark climate change policy for another decade. It was difficult for him to vote on a bill that was supported and pushed by the opposing party, “I think cap and trade sucks but […]

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Letter to the Editor: Cut City salaries and pensions first

Dear Editor, As a person who has relatives that live and lived in Exeter and grandparents buried in the cemetery, I read where the City Council cut money from the chamber of commerce. Now, as a Democrat I’m not a fan of the chamber of commerce because they usually support republics but businesses pay most […]

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Community Calendar

July 26 – Showing “Happy Feet,” Wednesday night Movies in the Park is hosted by the Optimist Club of Exeter, 7:30 p.m. at Exeter City Park. Admission is free. July 29 – 1st Annual Boots, Brews & Bacon Fest at the Visalia Convention Center, 6 to 10 p.m. Live music, entertainment, pub games, taste local […]

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Boots, Brews and Bacon!

@TheSunGazette visalia – It doesn’t get much better than cowboy boots, beer and bacon. This year, the Boots, Brews and Bacon Festival will feature all these local favorites. This beer tasting festival is designed to build the appreciation of craft brews while listening to live music while chowing down on bacon. The indoor festival will […]

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