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‘Lunch lady’ awarded

@TheSunGazette woodlake – Ila Jean Fry is not the person who leads the meeting or gives inspirational speeches. She wasn’t a nurse but she could bandage a skinned knee, and kiss away tears. She didn’t plan extravagant events, but she worked behind the scenes and cheered for those she knew and loved, helping them find […]

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A Tiger’s Life

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN woodlake – As Woodlake High School prepares to commemorate its 100th graduating class in June, it seems fitting that Mr. Tiger would be this year’s choice for the town’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Born in 1933, Frank was the youngest of four children to Jessie and to Ralph Ainley, who served on […]

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Community members ahrrrr… invited

@TheSunGazette woodlake – Woodlake High School is taking center stage when it comes to their theater productions. Already their actors and actresses are rehearsing for their production of “Lady Pirate of the Caribbean.” The show will be presented on May 18, 19 & 20 at the WHS Performing Arts Building, 411 West Whitney, Woodlake. All […]

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Community Calendar

March 15 – The Lemon Cove Women’s Club invites you to an Open House and Bake Sale. Donation at the door is $5. Location: 32792 Sierra Dr. (Hwy 198), Lemon Cove March 16-19 – College of the Sequoias presents “In the Heights.” Show times start at 7:30 p.m. for March 16, 17 & 18, matinee […]

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Community Calendar

March 8 & 15 – The Lemon Cove Women’s Club invites you to an Open House and Bake Sale at 32792 Sierra Dr. (Hwy 198) in Lemon Cove. Donation at the door is $5. March 9 – The Cellar Door presents The Coathangers with Peer Pressure and Girl Tears. Tickets: $10 adv./ $12 at door. […]

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Boland pours heritage ON Exeter

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – Pouring concrete for a living is a tough job. But when you get to leave a mark on a town with the work you do…well that’s pretty remarkable. And Exeter’s 2016 Heritage award winner Danny Boland, his career has allowed him to leave a legacy of infrastructure in his […]

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Historical Society honors journalist’s life and work

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – Seldom do the workers for the paper of record actually get recorded, but that is exactly what will happen when the Tulare County Historical Society releases their book recounting the works of longtime Exeter Sun columnist Joe Doctor. Those who love a sense of local history can buy the […]

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Performing for her horses

@TheSunGazette lindsay – Country and horses go together better than Americans and apple pie. And while there might not be any apple pie, or horses for that matter, concert lovers can sink their teeth into the wonderful sounds of Lacy J. Dalton as she performs for her horse rescue. Gracing the stage at the Lindsay […]

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Community Calendar

March 3 – The Ice House Theatre presents “Wit” a play written by Margaret Edson and directed by Jennifer Toledo & Lindsey Surratt. Various times and dates starting 3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18 at 7:30p.m. and March 5, 12, 19 at 2 p.m. Call 559-734-3900 or visit www.visaliaplayers.org for more info. March 3 – […]

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Suss out Dr. Seuss at Tulare Co. Library

@TheSunGazette visalia – At Visalia Branch Library, in the Children’s Wing on Thurs. March 2nd at 3:30, please bring your wonderful selves and your family, too. Cos we love Dr. Seuss here, through and through! It’s his birthday that day, so we’ll celebrate by reading his books! And then we’ll create A Cat in the […]

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