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Unearthing D-Day Stories

Vito Mastrangelo, now 95, was on Omaha Beach 75 years ago when his unit buried 18,000 Allied services members during the Battle of Normandy @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Vito Mastrangelo has outlived most of his fellow soldiers from D-Day invasion 75 years ago. Many of them he buried himself and some of them he buried twice. […]

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Aztecs are in a class of their own

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN FARMERSVILLE – When class speaker Armando Baldwin took to the podium to deliver the first speech of Farmersville High School’s Commencement Ceremony, it was not long until the crowd was hushed in silence. He spoke with such emotion, and his message, “Farmersville strives for excellence.” “No person or system can put […]

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Exeter grads celebrate in light of heavy hearts

Graduates receive their diplomas, recognize a student missing due to a tragic collision two weeks prior By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Monarch Stadium was packed once again to celebrate their most recent graduating class. But students, families and teachers pushed their celebratory mood aside for just a moment to remember America Fernandez, who could […]

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Golden West says farewell to 40th class of trailblazers

2019’s graduating class lays claim to multiple top tier awards and over $26,000 raised for Valley Children’s @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Golden West High School reached a milestone last Friday. The Class of 2019 was the school’s 40th graduating class since it opened in 1979. None of the graduates of course were alive when the school […]

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Cardinals courageously soar beyond high school

Lindsay’s Class of 2019 focuses on the courage they needed to complete high school and the courage they’ll need moving forward By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY – A night filled with a lot of mixed emotions for the 247 graduates of Lindsay High School’s Class of 2019 had a light hearted beginning. Principal George Tapanes […]

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Preliminary figures suggest honey harvest from bee colonies could be up in 2019

By Christine Souza California Farm Bureau CENTRAL VALLEY – It’s a “mixed box” when it comes to beekeeper expectations regarding this season’s honey crop. Some beekeepers report that winter weather brought plenty of forage for honeybees to feast on this year, and others say uneven citrus bloom in some areas may affect honey production. Although […]

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Almond growers learn about their ‘largest challenge’

Valley farmers attend seminar to answer questions about water rights, regulations, and restrictions By Christine Souza California Farm Bureau CENTRAL VALLEY– Because trying to understand and comply with a multitude of water regulations takes up a greater proportion of farmers’ time and attention, the Almond Board of California invited farmers and water specialists to a […]

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Tulare County ready to make the ‘switch’ to solar

Tulare County government facilities estimate a $40 million saving in energy over next quarter century @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Tulare County is going green. Not with cannabis of course, but with energy. Last week the Tulare County Board Supervisors, county staff and community members gathered to “Flip the Switch” at Government Plaza. The symbolic light switch […]

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Coaches take rivalry to field in All-Star Game

Tulare Western’s Ryan Rocha, Porterville High School’s Michael Machado lead West, East squads in Tulare-Kings All-Star Game @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – The 2019 Tulare-Kings East-West Football All-Star Game will feature a pair of rival East Yosemite League coaches leading the two counties best football players onto the gridiron. The game is Saturday, June 22, at […]

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