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Community Calendar for April 2019

February  |   March   |   April   |   May April 6 – Arts Consortium presents 1st Saturday in Three Rivers from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Art studios, restaurants and merchants open their doors and invite all for a town-wide celebration. Go to the Three Rivers Historical Museum, 42268 Sierra Hwy. for a map of participating venues. […]

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Lindsay claims ‘functional bankruptcy’

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – The City of Lindsay is “functionally bankrupt.” “[The City] receives enough revenue each year to pay its annual expense but not enough to build reserves or repay advances,” states an agenda item from the Lindsay City Council’s Feb. 12 meeting. In order to begin making progress toward fiscal stability the […]

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Visalia makes first ever deliveries of recycled waste water to irrigate crops, golf course, and landscaping

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA– More than a decade after initiating a plan to turn waste into water, the city of Visalia has made its first delivery of nearly drinkable recycled water. In December, the city began delivering recycled water through its purple pipeline to the Tulare Irrigation District (TID) following approval by the Department of […]

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Lindsay mayor Pam Kimball begins her second term in the city council’s central seat

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY – Unlike major cities to the north and south, the mayors of Tulare County are selected from among their fellow city council members. They have no more voting power than those to their left and right but they do play an important role in setting the tone for the council. […]

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Farmersville and Exeter rank 75, 95 respectively among the top 100 safest cities in Calif.

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN CALIFORNIA – More and more homebuyers are not just looking for the typical white picket fence and good school districts when deciding where to lay down roots. Now they are looking at crime statistics and whether their home stands a chance to be burglarized. Late last month the National Council for Home […]

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Visalia Unified purchases 83 acres at southwest corner of Lovers Lane and Caldwell

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Visalia Unified has yet to begin constructing a fifth high school but it already knows at least one potential location for a sixth. At its Feb. 12 meeting, the Visalia Unified School District board approved the purchase of 83 acres at the southwest corner of Lovers Lane and Caldwell Avenue. […]

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Tulare City attorney defends validity of council vote for loan to healthcare district

By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette TULARE – Tulare Interim City Attorney Mario Zamora defends the Tulare City Council 2-0 vote on Feb. 12 to offer a $9 million line of credit to the Tulare Local Healthcare District (TLHCD). In a special Council meeting called just for this matter, Councilman Carlton Jones was absent and […]

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Annual award winners announced in Woodlake

Woodlake Award recipients will be honored on Friday, March 9 at Woodlake Memorial Building @TheSunGazette WOODLAKE – It’s award season in the South Valley and Woodlake is no different holding its annual Youth, Man, Woman, and Business of the Year Awards Dinner on Friday, March 9 with a plethora of awards to go around. The […]

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Friday Night Market management still up for grabs despite late payment

Lindsay Chamber offers City half of back payment with promise to repay the rest by Feb. 27 in last ditch effort to keep Friday Night Market By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce is doing their best to make things right with the City of Lindsay with the traditional start of the […]

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