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Letter to the Editor: Keep pets safe and sane during fireworks

Keep pets safe, sane during fireworks Dear Editor, With the Fourth of July rapidly approaching, Phantom Fireworks would like to remind our friends and customers that some pets adversely react to the lights and noise of fireworks. With a little extra effort, our pets can be spared the trauma they sometimes experience from fireworks. Phantom […]

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Exeter’s fireworks show is longest running 4th of July spectacle in the Valley and the Exeter Lions Club is among a few that still light them by hand

@TheSunGazette EXETER – It was 242 years ago that Americans declared their independence from England and marked the occasion with the firing of muskets and cannons into the sky. Today, the nighttime American landscape is still illuminated each Fourth of July by bursts of fire in the air.  It is one of the few holidays […]

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Start your Fourth of July early with the Woodlake Kiwanis Club’s annual July 3rd Blast

@TheSunGazette WOODLAKE – This year why not add a pre-4th of July fireworks show to the holiday festivities. The Woodlake Kiwanis Club’s July 3rd Blast happens a day before the Fourth and gives residents from around the county a chance to see a show and make their own town’s festivities as well. For the fourth […]

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Independence Day Community Festival will begin at 2 p.m., fireworks at 8:30 p.m. at Groppetti Stadium

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Fireworks may be fleeting, but the childhood memories of watching with wonder are often fixed in our minds. It is positive experiences like these that CASA of Tulare County hopes to provide for children taken from their homes due to abuse or neglect.  This Fourth of July, CASA of Tulare County will […]

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Five fun, yet educational activities that will keep your kids learning but still be a summer break from class

Family Features – Summer may be a break from formal education, but keeping kids excited about learning can be an easy way to keep them active and engaged instead of zoned out on screen time. The National Summer Learning Association estimates that kids can lose up to two months of learning during the summer but […]

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‘Biggest Little Rodeo in the West’ celebrates 69th year in Springville

@TheSunGazette SPRINGVILLE – “The Biggest Little Rodeo in the West” returns to the foothills April 27-29 for the 69th annual Springville Sierra Rodeo. Since its inception, the Springville Rodeo has been on the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) circuit. Being sanctioned by the PRCA means winners in Springville could go on to compete for the […]

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Springville Rodeo: 5 cowgirls try to rein in crown

@TheSunGazette SPRINGVILLE – Five cowgirls are vying for the vaunted title of Springville Rodeo Queen.  The Springville Rodeo Queen Pageant is held annually to select a young lady who has the desire and enthusiasm to serve as an ambassador of rodeo and the community of Springville. Contestants must be between the ages of 15 and […]

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Exeter continues its Easter traditions

Exeter Ministerial Association presents Good Friday, Easter Sunrise services @TheSunGazette EXETER – The Exeter Ministerial Association will celebrate two important events on the Christian calendar this weekend: the annual Good Friday and Easter Sunrise services. Pastor Ian Hodge will lead a group of early-risers in the Easter Sunrise service (April 5) atop Rocky Hill, beginning […]

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Prays Together: Historical Evidence for the Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ

By Christopher Scott The Bible makes it clear that Christ died on the cross (Matt 27:32-61; Mark 15:33-47; Luke 23:44-56; John 19:28-42) and three days later Jesus came back to life and left the tomb in which he was buried (Matt 28:1-7; Mark 16:1-8; Luke 24:1-12; John 20:1-10; Acts 1:4-8; 9:1-9; 1 Cor 15:6-8). I […]

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