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Tulare County canvassing ends, winners declared

The 2018 election officially comes to an end with some surprising results, but most incumbents reassume their seats By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN TULARE COUNTY – The results are in and voters have spoken, with some surprising results. Some elected officials around the county are re-taking their seats this month, while others are sitting down behind […]

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Sundale, CVC agree to ‘Shake’ on it

K-8 elementary in Tulare, private middle school in Visalia seeking volunteers to help with The Amazing Shake life skills competition By Nancy Vigran, Reporter for the Sun-Gazette TULARE COUNTY – Central Valley Christian (CVC) Middle School in Visalia is looking for a few adult volunteers. Sundale School in Tulare could use a couple, too. You […]

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Spartans win 2nd SoCal regional title in 3 years

Strathmore punches ticket to third straight state championship after 28-7 win over the Adelanto Saints By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN STRATHMORE – Three weeks ago the Strathmore Spartans won their third straight valley title. Last Friday the Spartans won their third straight regional championship. And all over the last three years that Spartans have boasted a […]

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KDHC, SVMC partnership holds potential for lower drug prices, physician recruitment

Kaweah Delta and Sierra View partnership has potential to lower drug costs, attract physicians and create centralized clinics By Nancy Vigran, Reporter for the Sun-Gazette VISALIA – Last week, the independent boards of Kaweah Delta Health Care District (KDHCD) and Sierra View Medical Center each voted, unanimously, to enter into a Joint Powers Agreement (JPA) […]

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Ambulance station has pulse in Woodlake

Exeter District Ambulance approves MOU with City, lease with Fire District; Woodlake boards will consider both next week By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN EXETER – Woodlake is another step closer to having an ambulance stationed in town. It was really two half steps. On Nov. 12, the Exeter District Ambulance Board unanimously approved a memorandum of […]

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DA begins review of convictions involving corrupt cops

Claims of wrongful convictions, tainted evidence can be submitted to through the Tulare County District Attorney’s Office @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – The Tulare County District Attorney’s Office has already dismissed 40 cases involving two Visalia Police officers charged with corruption but that number may be just the beginning. In response to the recent criminal filing […]

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Fire destroys text books, former school

East Union School near Farmersville is destroyed along with $1 million in Visalia Unified text books By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN FARMERSVILLE – A recent fire turned more than $1 million in history text books and a historic building to ash near Farmersville. The fire was discovered in the main building of the former East Union […]

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Woodlake collects $130K in cannabis tax in 2018

Woodlake collected $83,070 in first quarter from Valley Pure dispensary, totaling $129,467 in 2018 By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – Woodlake just continues to watch the green roll in through the first quarter of their fiscal year. In 2018 Woodlake has collected a total of $129,467 in commercial cannabis taxes from Valley Pure. According to […]

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Suntreat sells Lindsay packing house

Vegalab, Inc. acquires 260,000-square foot packing house for $4.25 million By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN LINDSAY – An international crop protection company is rapidly expanding its presence in the San Joaquin Valley after its most recent move to acquire a packing house in Lindsay. On Nov. 15, Vegalab, Inc. announced its purchase of the Suntreat packing house, […]

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Woodlake looks at absence ordinance

Woodlake City Council to vote on new rules regarding unexcused absences for city council members By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – Woodlake City Council is making sure members keep their seats by introducing a new attendance ordinance. “It was something at the [Nov. 12 meeting] where councilmembers brought it up and asked staff to look […]

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