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Ashanti to perform at Tulare County Fair on Sept. 13

Grammy-winning hip hop, rhythm and blues vocalist Ashanti is slated perform at the 100th annual Tulare County Fair on Friday, Sept. 13 @TheSunGazette TULARE – Hip-hop and rhythm and blues entertainer and song writer Ashanti will perform at the 100th edition of the Tulare County Fair on Friday, Sept. 13. Ashanti’s debut album landed the […]

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Fixing local cat population, euthanasia rate

Visalia Animal Services will begin trapping, spay/neutering cats and then returning them where they were found to reduce feral cat population, euthanasia rates By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – The only way to reduce the number of feral cats in a community is to stop killing them and put them back where you found them.  That […]

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Tulare health center gets over $100K to help fight opioid abuse

Altura Health Center receives $167,000 in funding to combat opioid abuse, plans to hire a chiropractor for alternative pain management  @TheSunGazette TULARE – One local health center is getting some big bucks to fight one of the nation’s biggest medical problems: opioid abuse.  The federal Health and Human Services agency noted two weeks ago that […]

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EUSD plans to return to steroid testing for student athletes

Exeter Unified reviews student athlete drug testing policy in Board subcommittee to discuss adding steroid testing after removing it from the policy just months ago By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – The Exeter Unified School District’s curriculum and instruction subcommittee took a second look at steroids, only two months after they struck it from the books. […]

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‘Driving change’ is focus of HR conference

SHRM of Tulare/Kings Counties holds annual human resources conference Sept. 19 in Visalia @TheSunGazette VISALIA – It’s easy to focus on the cogs and widgets produced by your small business, but there is no greater resource than the intangibles your employees bring to the workplace. Networking, sales, creativity and customer service are all things machines […]

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How the Valley responds when ICE comes to town

All eight San Joaquin Valley counties said they do not assist with immigration enforcement  By Kaitlin Washburn  @KWashy12 TULARE COUNTY – As immigration enforcement continues to ramp up throughout the United States, a California labor law firm warned employers about “silent” immigration raids targeting workplaces in the state.  Two weeks ago, in Mississippi, immigration agents raided […]

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Visalia primed for multi-family housing boom

Developers plan large apartment complexes with applications doubling the last two years  By John Lindt Sierra2theSea News Service VISALIA – A growing number of large apartment complexes are in the works in Visalia which is looking to ramp up the number of multi-family units that could be built in the next year or so in […]

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County pays twice as much for Three Rivers restrooms

Supervisors approve $482,000 to provide first public restrooms in gateway community to Sequoia National Park By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN THREE RIVERS – Tulare County is pushing forward on a plan to build public restrooms in Three Rivers despite having to spend nearly double the original estimates.  In June 2018, the Tulare County Board of Supervisors approved […]

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County makes changes to South County bus routes

Lindsay riders gain access to City Hall stop on fixed route but lose Dial-A-Ride service hours By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY – South County residents have more stops on their bus routes today after a recent change made by the County of Tulare.  At its July 30 meeting, the Tulare County Board of Supervisors approved […]

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Exeter introduces water plan, set to discuss rate increases

City reveals their water master plan outlining deficiencies and needs in their water and sewer system, plans on the books to discuss water and sewer rate increases By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Over a year in the making and $152,740 later, the City finally has a completed water master plan. This is their newest plan […]

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