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Bell Craft rings in Exeter’s newest taproom

Exeter gives OK for new taproom at Bell Craft Brewing, set to open soon after making some noticeable improvements to building and outside drinking area  By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Bell Craft Brewing has decided they’re ready to do more than just give people a taste of what their brewing on E Street.  Exeter City […]

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EU farm products face new tariffs

United States given the OK to levy taxes on European Union products in retaliation of EU subsidies By Ching Lee California Farm Bureau SACRAMENTO – Some farm groups have praised the Trump administration for its plan to place new tariffs on a variety of agricultural goods from the European Union after the U.S. won an […]

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5 ways to reduce your risk of breast cancer

American Cancer Society offers five tips to lowering your risk of breast cancer @TheSunGazette Although there is no sure way to prevent breast cancer, there are several things you can do that may lower your likelihood of getting it. Other factors, including family history, also increase your risk, but most women who get breast cancer […]

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Football: CVC falls to 4-3 after loss to Kingsburg

The Cavaliers lost 34-20 after a slow start against the Vikings By Jermaine Johnson II @Jerm_10 VISALIA – The Vikings remain undefeated after beating the Cavaliers 34-20.  Kingsburg showed why they are 7-0 with an all-around strong showing on both sides of the ball in a winning effort. They have positioned themselves as a favorite to […]

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Tastemakers: Free for the tasting

Tastemakers music festival and craft food and beer event offers free admission Oct. 19 at the Old Lumberyard in downtown Visalia @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Sound N Vision Foundation’s Tastemakers Festival is no stranger to change. In its five-year history, the music festival focused on local and emerging artists has changed venues, changed formats and has […]

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Visalia Transit buses to be rerouted after study

City Council increases time between stops, runs less buses on four routes through the city By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – The City of Visalia disagreed with a study suggesting it should join other cities in forming a single transit agency, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t use some of the report’s other suggestions. At its […]

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Water Polo: Exeter girls fall to Selma, while the boys get the victory

The boys got their first league win as they improved to 1-1. The girls fell to 0-3 in the Central Sequoia League By Jermaine Johnson II @Jerm_10 EXETER – After starting the season 13-2, the Exeter girls water polo team seemed to have hit a rough patch. They struggled through some tournaments and have now lost […]

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Dairies plug into cow power

Visalia-based CalBio and Bloom Energy announce technology to convert manure into renewable electricity without combustion By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – A Visalia company is at the forefront of converting dairy waste into renewable electricity. On Oct. 10, California Bioenergy LLC (CalBio) in Visalia and Bloom Energy in San Jose announced the first commercially viable technology […]

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Exeter sees more water from valve evaluation

City staff reports there were over 100 valves found that were not previously recorded, opening closed valves leads to more water supply By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Exeter is finally putting to rest their extended exercise of water valves. Typically, it would be a mundane agenda item, but considering Exeter’s recent water issues, a run […]

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Pilots land 1,000 lbs. of food at pantry’s doorstep

Flying Tigers chapter of Experimental Aircraft Association give “Flights for Food” event benefiting Woodlake Food Pantry @TheSunGazette WOODLAKE – Over 1,000 pounds of food landed on the doorstep of the Woodlake Food Pantry earlier this month thanks to a group of local pilots giving kids a birds eye view of their hometown. The Woodlake Chapter […]

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