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Museum features modern blacksmith at annual event

Tulare County Museum’s fourth annual Main Street Jamboree is May 11 at Mooney Grove Park @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Have you ever met a real blacksmith? Not the ones making swords at the Renaissance Faire but blacksmiths by trade in today’s modern world. This weekend may be your best chance. A working blacksmith from Ducor in […]

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Rodeo gives ‘High-Five’ to special cowboys ’n cowgirls

Woodlake Lions Rodeo to host first “High-Five Rodeo” for developmentally delayed on May 10 @TheSunGazette WOODLAKE – Few people can master roping and riding like professional cowboys, but the Woodlake Lions Club wants everyone to feel the excitement of roping a steer or turning a horse on a dime, regardless of their physical or mental […]

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Seniors are targets for telescammers

Robocalls doubled in 2018 and 40% of them are scams targeting 10 billion people per year @TheSunGazette WASHINGTON, D.C. – Americans receive tens of billions of robocalls each year­—that’s billions with a “B.” And, you can make bank on the fact that too many of them are not from telemarketers but from telescammers targeting senior […]

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Tyra Banks will headline Women’s Conference

Modeling icon, Emmy winner, tv producer and best-selling author Tyra Banks is keynote speaker of Central California Women’s Conference @TheSunGazette FRESNO—When looking for someone to be the face of an event empowering women, you couldn’t pick a better speaker than a super model turned business mogul. At last month’s 2019 Central California Women’s Conference (CCWC) […]

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Woodlake gardens flourish with aid of volunteers

Group of gardening organizations bring Woodlake’s vibrant rose garden back to life, worry about who will take care of it after they’re gone By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette WOODLAKE—The Woodlake Rose Garden lost some of its luster last year. This year, however, the gardens are blooming brightly again. Originator of the gardens was […]

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Ground Covers for Lawn Replacement

By Nancy Hawkins UCCE Master Gardener At our Master Gardener Demo Garden at Hurley School, we are focusing on Gardening Central Valley Style by demonstrating a variety of gardening styles and methods while advocating sustainable gardening practices. We educate the public and ourselves by showcasing certain types of plants, irrigation systems, pest management techniques, and/or […]

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Seniors to enjoy a golden day at Mooney Grove

Community Service Employment Training hosts a number of lively activities for the 50th Senior Day in the Park on Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Community Service Employment Training (CSET) celebrates everything that is “golden” this year by hosting the 50th annual Senior Day in the Park on Friday, May 3, at […]

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Fan Fests bring spirited music to Visalia

Three-day Southern Gospel music festival features inspiring talks, fellowship, and music of faith @TheSunGazette VISALIA—Some musicians are spirited and some have faith in their music, but most of today’s pop culture lacks music of spirit and faith. There will be plenty of uplifting music inspired by faith this weekend when the Great Western Fan Festival […]

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Hanford native James Garner returns to Visalia Fox May 4 for Johnny Cash tribute show

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – James Garner’s Tribute to Johnny Cash celebrates 50-year anniversary of the Man in Black’s historic ‘At San Quentin’ album recorded and released in 1969  The signature boom-chicka-boom sound of Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Three will fill the Visalia Fox Theatre when James Garner’s critically acclaimed tribute to the “Man in Black” […]

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