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Housing affordability hits a decade low in Tulare County

California Association of Realtors says only 65% of households can afford an entry level home By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY – The number of families who can afford to buy a home in Tulare County is at a low for the decade since the housing market crashed.  According to a report released earlier this month […]

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‘Door’ closes on Visalia’s unique music venue

The Cellar Door will close after Aug. 19 celebration looking back on 13 years of live amateur and celebrity music at nightspot By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – The Cellar Door in downtown Visalia offered a unique blend of concerts that ranged from celebrities to relatively unknown bands. But the great guitar riffs, hot record spins […]

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EDA elections extension a point of contention

Resolution for Exeter District Ambulance by-district elections puts two members in same district, throws off extension procedures By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – The time to file for candidacy if you live in a district whose incumbent chose not to run is basically right now. Extension periods were released by the Tulare County Elections Office last […]

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CSU Fresno still accepting limited number of applications

Fresno State remains an impacted campus with 26,000 students applying for 5,400 slots By Lisa Boyles Special to the Sun-Gazette FRESNO – Fresno State will accept a limited number of student applications for the spring 2019 semester from new, upper-division transfer applicants and graduate students starting on Aug. 1. The application deadline for upper-division transfer applicants […]

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Andrew Janz makes case for Congress

Fresno County prosecutor, Visalia native Andrew Janz runs against 16-year incumbent Devin Nunes for Congress By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – It isn’t easy being a democrat in deep red Tulare County, but you don’t have to tell that to 71-year-old Exeter resident Shirley Dailey. She has been a democrat since she registered to vote, and […]

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Former Exeter Police officer, Joseph James DeAngelo Jr., charged with the 1975 murder of Claude Snelling in Visalia

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – The case against California’s most prolific serial criminal came full circle last week after the county where the Golden State Killer began was finally able to charge him with a crime.  Tulare County District Attorney Tim Ward and Visalia Police Chief Jason Salazar held a joint press conference on Aug. […]

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Tulare County takes formal action over commercial cannabis

Board of Supervisors votes unanimously to ban new cannabis locations in unincorporated Tulare County By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN TULARE COUNTY – The Tulare County Board of Supervisors put the issue of commercial cannabis to bed two weeks ago, in a 5-0 vote, deciding it is not in the best interest of the County to allow for […]

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City taps into Barrelhouse business model

Visalia City Council approves new rules requiring taprooms that allow underage patrons to provide family friendly activities By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – When Barrelhouse opened in Visalia over a year ago, residents cheered the taproom for pouring youth activities into the mix of craft beers and live music.  The City of Visalia believes in Barrelhouse […]

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A-list musicians bring the ‘Real Deal’ to Visalia

Pete Ortega and the Real Deal brings some of the music industry’s best musicians together for a soulful show @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Song lyrics are what hold our attention, but rhythm, riffs, beats and bass lines are what grab it. History always remembers the frontmen and solo artists when some of the greatest works come […]

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Parents install new fence to keep toddlers safe at playground

Exeter Chamber holds ribbon cutting for new fence around toddler playground at Exeter City Park @TheSunGazette EXETER – Parents trying to keep track of multiple children will have an easier time making sure their little ones are safe at Exeter City Park.  This Thursday, Aug. 16 the Exeter Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon […]

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