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Unique ways to honor Dad

Lose the ties, skip the shirts, shelve the coffee mugs and get your father a gift he will remember @TheSunGazette Father’s Day is a day many families look forward to. Though its history might not go back as far as many religious or government-designated holidays, Father’s Day is rife with tradition in many households.   […]

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Four juniors vie for Dairy Princess crown

District 9 will crown its 2019 Dairy Princess on June 14 at International Agri Center @TheSunGazette TULARE – Four young women from the Tulare area will compete for the prestigious title of Dairy Princess during ceremonies at the upcoming District 9 Dairy Princess Contest. The event will be held June 14 at the International Agri […]

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Vietnam-era veteran to give keynote in Exeter

American Legion seeks volunteers to place more than 1,300 flags at veterans’ graves in Exeter By Nancy Vigran Reporting for The Sun-Gazette EXETER – Vietnam-era Veteran Stan Dillon has been chosen as the keynote speaker for this year’s American Legion Memorial Day ceremony. Dillon looks to honor those who sacrificed their lives for their country, […]

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Avenue of Flags still deploying aging veterans

Visalia committee seeks volunteers to help fly 6,000 flags at the Visalia Cemetery for Memorial Day @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Nearly 6,000 American flags will fly at the Visalia Cemetery on Monday in honor of those who gave their life in service to their country. Small flags are placed at 4,000 graves and 2,250 flags that […]

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Marine veteran, retired fire captain to lead Farmersville parade

Longtime resident, veteran, and retired fireman Ron Parish will serve as Farmersville’s Memorial Day Grand Marshal @TheSunGazette FARMERSVILLE – One of Farmersville’s native sons, Ron Parish, has been named Grand Marshal of Farmersville’s Annual Memorial Day Parade. Parish attended Farmersville schools and Exeter High School before enlisting in the U.S. Marine Corps at the height […]

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Surprise Mom with a special soufflé

@TheSunGazette Mothers selflessly devote themselves to their children from infancy into adulthood. A mother’s love never wanes, and she’s always ready and willing to step in and put her children first.  Mother’s Day is a great chance for men, women and children to honor the special women in their lives.  Delicious homemade treats can show […]

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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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‘Biggest Little Rodeo in the West’ returns

Springville Rodeo celebrates 70th anniversary as PRCA Rodeo on April 26-28 @TheSunGazette SPRINGVILLE – “The Biggest Little Rodeo in the West” returns to the foothills April 26-28 for the 70th 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 […]

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Sports versus Band/Choir, a ‘Student Perspectives’

Woodlake Valley Middle School student looks at the pros and cons of extracurricular activities competing for students attention and time By Teresa Kerwin Woodlake Valley Middle School WOODLAKE – In the academic world, sports and music do not often intermingle. Usually, students are firmly athletes or musicians, with very few that do both activities in […]

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