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City of Lindsay says golf course maintenance is unaffordable, potential business is hoping to lease

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – The City of Lindsay has made some serious budgetary progress over the last year, unfortunately it has come at the cost of making some difficult decisions. The latest decision concerns the Lindsay 9-hole golf course. City manager Bill Zigler says the City has not made any formal decision on what […]

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Elderly Exeter couple bound, gagged and nearly killed

Exeter PD detective tracks down and arrests their assailant Richard Janoiko in Porterville @TheSunGazette EXETER – An elderly Exeter couple was bound, gagged and nearly killed by a man with a knife last week. An 85-year-old man and an 84-year-old woman, a husband and wife whose names were not released, reported the crime to the […]

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WUSD superintendant Drew Sorensen retires after 38 years in education, last six at Woodlake

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – Come June 29, Woodlake Unified’s current superintendent will be moving on from education. In his full 38 year career Drew Sorensen has spent time in the classroom teaching students, organizing school programs, starting as the first ever principal of El Diamante High School and then holding the top spot at Woodlake. […]

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Part heavy metal, part mariachi and party myth, Metalachi takes the stage at Visalia Fox on Feb. 17

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Heavy metal and mariachi music are usually at arms length from one another, but Visalians are about to put their hands together for Metalachi! This mariachi group turned heavy metal cover band offers one of the most unique sounds to come to town when they take their strings and horns on stage […]

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City of Lindsay looks to hire new finance director after Bret Harmon leaves on March 1

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – The chief architect of Lindsay’s 1 percent sales tax increase passed last June, and their debt repayment plan will soon be moving on from Lindsay City Hall. Now the City will have to find someone to fill his seat before the end of the month. “Yes, I am leaving the […]

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Green Bean Pharm behind initial opening schedule but still projects multimillion-dollar year

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – Green Bean Pharm, one of the two soon to be marijuana dispensaries in Woodlake, has plenty of work to do before opening. Located on Naranjo at the old High Sierra Lumber building, co-owner Michael Dunaway says there is plenty of exterior and interior work to be done. And while they […]

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GSAs lay groundwork for sustainability plan

Mid Kaweah, Greater Kaweah and East Kaweah collaborate to begin process toward long-term ground water sustainability in Tulare County By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN TULARE COUNTY – Politics came to an end over the Kaweah Sub-basin last June. Cities, counties, water authorities, irrigation districts and everyone else of the like chose what groundwater sustainability agency (GSA) they […]

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Senator Fuller, legislators request $3M for Valley Fever treatment

Senator Jean Fuller, along with Assemblymembers Vince Fong and Rudy Salas, submit $3 million budget request for Valley Fever treatment, outreach @TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO – Valley Fever has been on the rise in the Central Valley over the last two years. A total of 5,121 statewide cases were reported between Jan 1, 2017 and Oct. 31, […]

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The Beach Boys’ style set the soundtrack for summer that still endures 50 years later

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Last week, The Beach Boys’ acclaimed 1966 album, “Pet Sounds,” was released in a limited colored vinyl LP edition by Capitol/UMe. Limited to 2000 copies worldwide and available exclusively from The Sound of Vinyl, the collectible special edition presents the classic album’s stereo mix on a 130-gram LP pressed on split translucent […]

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CDFA awards four Tulare County dairies $2.5M to reduce emissions by two-thirds

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – A Visalia dairy was awarded $395,000 last month to reduce its green house gas emissions by drying manure. Milk River estimates the grant from the California Department of Agriculture (CDFA) will help the dairy north of the city limits reduce green house gas emissions by 72% over the next five years, […]

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