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Strathmore Boys & Girls Club members serve town members who set out to serve the youth of rural town

@TheSunGazette STRATHMORE – Five years ago the Strathmore Boys & Girls Club opened to provide an afterschool program for the children of the rural town thanks to the support of local donors and volunteers. Last week, those same groups were served by the same children they set out to serve. On May 14, Boys & […]

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Se Vale’s Chuponcito to appear in Visalia June 15

Spanish-speaking comedian, Chuponcito, as seen on “Se Vale” to take the stage at  the Visalia Fox @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Jose Alberto Flores Jandete “Chuponcito” was born in the year of 1969 to a humble and hard-working family. Since childhood, he was known as a funny kid. Due to his short and chubby appearance, Jose Alberto […]

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New study by Better Business Bureau shines light on prevalence of counterfeit products in online retail

@TheSunGazette FRESNO – An in-depth investigative study by Better Business Bureau (BBB) finds that fraudulent consumer goods are ubiquitous, difficult to tell apart from the legitimate products they are counterfeiting, and stem from a large network of organized criminals and credit card processing mechanisms that are willing to support them. Research shows that eight in […]

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Lindsay club announces TERRIFIC kids of May

Lindsay Kiwanis Club honors Adan Ceballos and Tatiana Mendoza for their outstanding character @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Kiwanis is a group of volunteers with the mission of empowering our community to improve the world by making a lasting difference in the lives of children.  Lindsay Kiwanis Club recognizes Lindsay Unified School District learners who are Thoughtful-Enthusiastic-Respectful-Responsible-Inclusive-Friendly-Inquisitive-Capable […]

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Pink Ladies deliver some green at annual meeting

Exeter Community Service Guild, better known as the Pink Ladies, presents $2,000 scholarships to four Exeter Union High School seniors @TheSunGazette EXETER – The Exeter Community Service Guild, better known as the Pink Ladies, held its annual Membership Brunch at the Exeter Memorial Building on Wednesday, May 8. New officers were installed for the upcoming […]

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Obituary: Robert Jackson “Jack” Griffin

Robert Jackson “Jack” Griffin Robert Jackson Griffin, formerly of Tulare County, Calif. died on May 15, 2019, which was his 90th birthday. “Jack,” as he was known throughout this life, was born prematurely at home on May 15, 1929, in Fair Play, Mo. to parents Roy S. and Sarah Ann (Sawyer) Griffin. Jack married Dorothy […]

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Obituary: Linda Leann Williams-Wessel

Linda Leann Williams-Wessel Linda Leann Williams-Wessel of Visalia, Calif. passed away on May 9, 2019. She was 59 years old. Linda was born on July 14, 1959 to Marion Elizabeth Smith and Earl Leon Williams in San Bernardino, Calif. While raising five children, she was able to work as both a firefighter and paramedic. There will […]

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Visalia finally getting its Dunkin Donuts

By John Lindt Sierra 2 the Sea VISALIA – Dunkin Donuts filed a permit application with the City of Visalia this week to make their interior tenant improvements at their long-rumored future location at SE corner of Mooney and Walnut. The quick service eatery will include a drive-thru at the former site of Weatherby’s Furniture […]

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Students, teachers, parents say board made mistake ousting Dr. Todd Oto

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Dr. Todd Oto will finish out his 32-year career with the Visalia Unified School District this June after being unceremoniously dismissed by the school board last week. At its May 7 meeting, the trustees voted 5-2 to accept a “resignation agreement” with the superintendent following closed session. The decision was […]

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