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SB 559 would unblock Valley’s major water artery

Bipartisan bill would grant $400 million to repair subsidence in the Friant-Kern Canal caused by drought @TheSunGazette PORTERVILLE—A collection of legislators are taking another shot at getting state money to repair the canal carrying water to thousands of farms and several cities along the Valley’s eastside.  Earlier this month, Senator Melissa Hurtado (D-Sanger), representing the […]

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Foodies, get ready to raise your forks for scholarships

Optimist Club presents 2nd annual Totally Forked entrée- and dessert-tasting April 6 in Exeter @TheSunGazette EXETER – Some of the best chefs in Tulare County would like to serve you something special and they’ll do it at a premier foodie event next month in Exeter. The Optimist Club of Exeter presents its 2nd annual Totally […]

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Farmersville mini-mart to reopen after killing of landlord

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN FARMERSVILLE – Less than a year since the shooting, and eventual death, of the landlord of Aztec Liquor on Visalia Road and Dwight Avenue, the store is ready to open up shop under a new owner. Samco Mini Mart intends to take over the store where business owner Harbahajan Mundi, 66, allegedly […]

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Farmersville awards first cannabis dispensary permit to Token Farms

By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – Farmersville had been relegated to the sidelines while cannabis dispensaries and soon to be cultivators made Woodlake well over $100,000 in their first year of operation. But as of last Monday, March 11, the Farmersville City Council is getting in the game as they awarded their […]

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Winning never gets old: Visalia Senior Games is back for its 4th year

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Winning never gets old. That’s the motto of the Visalia Senior Games which is celebrating its fourth year with sporting and social events this weekend and next. And it doesn’t seem like the games themselves are getting old for participants either. Maggie Kalar, recreation supervisor for the Visalia Parks and Recreation Department, […]

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Relay For Life seeks cancer survivors

Fundraiser for the American Cancer Society seeks inspiring survivors to participate at Exeter event May 18 @TheSunGazette EXETER – The American Cancer Society invites those inspiring individuals throughout Tulare County who have won the fight against cancer to join a survivor celebration at the Relay For Life of Exeter.  Relay For Life is an event […]

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Big on Brunch Recipe: Apple Strudel Pancakes

Family Features  Building out a full menu to please your brunch guests with simple, tasty recipes can help create a fun, flavorful atmosphere when it’s time for a morning bite.  By making a variety of dishes to accommodate an array of personal tastes, you can give friends and family the flavors they desire. With choices […]

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Big on Brunch Recipe: Mini Hash Brown Casseroles

Family Features Building out a full menu to please your brunch guests with simple, tasty recipes can help create a fun, flavorful atmosphere when it’s time for a morning bite. By making a variety of dishes to accommodate an array of personal tastes, you can give friends and family the flavors they desire. With choices […]

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Big on Brunch Recipe: Watermelon Bloody Mary

Family Features Building out a full menu to please your brunch guests with simple, tasty recipes can help create a fun, flavorful atmosphere when it’s time for a morning bite. By making a variety of dishes to accommodate an array of personal tastes, you can give friends and family the flavors they desire. With choices […]

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Controversial Christian metal band to play Visalia church

Bloodgood took its unique blend of music and message to the masses despite death threats from religious extremists and protests from the music industry @TheSunGazette VISALIA – It’s hard to be controversial in the world of heavy metal music. Suicide, war, depression, PTSD, schizophrenia, and self-mutilation have long been a part of the lyrical outline […]

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