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Santa Claus will make his first appearance of the season in parades throughout the foothills area

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Everyone knows the song, “Santa Claus is coming to town” and in the most cases, his first appearance of the year isn’t on your rooftop, but as the jolly grand marshal of a parade. Throughout the month of December communities around the foothills will be holding Christmas parades for families to […]

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Five mistakes to avoid when choosing a Medicare Advantage Plan

NewsUSA – The Medicare Annual Election Period takes place this fall from Oct. 15 through Dec. 7. It’s a time for people with Medicare to make important decisions about their health care. There are many factors, in addition to premiums and medical provider networks, to consider when researching the Medicare plan that best meets your […]

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CSET Senior Lunch Menu for December 2017

Friday, Dec. 1 G Beef patty on whole wheat bun with cheese, lettuce, potato wedges, and tropical fruit. Monday, Dec. 4 G Salisbury steak with gravy, whole wheat bread, baked potato, and pineapple tidbits. Tuesday, Dec. 5 E,C Salami and cheese on a whole wheat bun, shredded lettuce, vegetable soup, and an orange. Wednesday, Dec. […]

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Christmas Cheer in the Foothills

Cities and communities begin to celebrate traditions all around the Foothills @TheSunGazette FOOTHILLS AREA – As the holidays draw near, cities and communities around Tulare County begin to come together and celebrate traditions, events and fascination of the season. As per tradition here at the Sun-Gazette, the following list of local events leading up to […]

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Southern California Edison offers LED lights in exchange for traditional Christmas lights

Edison’s lastest release states that any customer who trades in traditional Christmas lights will receive new energy efficient lights free of charge @TheSunGazette EXETER – Every Southern California Edison customer who brings a strand of traditional working incandescent holiday lights to a participating location can exchange it for a new energy-efficient light emitting diode (LED) […]

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Johnny Cash Tribute featuring Valley native James Garner will perform Dec. 2 at Lindsay Community Theatre

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – A live recording of playing the blues at Folsom State Prison and watching Joaquin Phoenix play him on screen are the closest most people will ever come to experiencing Johnny Cash playing in the San Joaquin Valley. But one local man is working to change that. No, he isn’t a medium channeling […]

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Dressing with blessing on Thanksgiving

Trinity Lutheran Church in Exeter holds 6th annual Thanksgiving Day Dinner for homeless, hungry and lonely to share food and fellowship By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN EXETER – Generations of families gathered around a grand home-cooked meal. Friends unable to travel home for a weekend sharing take-out and wine. Those fighting for our freedoms overseas sharing a […]

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Exeter Chamber of Commerce announces winners of the 2017 Scarecrow Contest

@TheSunGazette EXETER – The scarecrows that lined the sidewalks throughout Exeter last month definitely were stellar, even interstellar. Astronauts, spaceships, aliens and things from a galaxy far, far away were among the winners of the Exeter Chamber of Commerce’s 2017 Scarecrow Contest. Winners were announced at the Chamber’s mixer held Nov. 9 at Exeter Hobbies. […]

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Holiday Home Tours: The home of Alan and Bette Crawford

@TheSunGazette EXETER – Alan and Bette Crawford have lived in Exeter for the past 44 years. They have lived in their current home, 316 Sierra, for the past four years and have tailored it to suit their needs. Built in 1950, their home is a 2-bedroom, 1½-bath home with its original hardwood floors and charming […]

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Third annual Exeter Toy Drive holds fundraiser this weekend at newly opened Rock Yard Tavern

@TheSunGazette EXETER – For most adults, Christmas elicits fond memories of waking early to find brightly wrapped presents beneath a sparkling tree. But not every child gets to experience the joy of Christmas. No one knows that better than Chris Gray. Gray’s childhood memories of Christmas morning were finding a hot meal and a warm […]

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