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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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Volleyball: Monache dominates in season debut

Marauders sweep Lindsay Cardinals in their first match of 2019 volleyball season By Jermaine Johnson II  @Jerm_10 LINDSAY – The 2019 girls’ volleyball season has officially begun. On Monday, Monache and Lindsay took the court for their first meaningful game of the year, after weeks of grueling practices and competitive scrimmages. Despite Monache being in […]

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A place where children will ‘Luv 2 Play’ no matter the weather

Indoor playground company Luv 2 Play plans to open in former In-Shape gym at Sequoia Mall By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – This time next year, toddlers and young children will have a place to get inside and play when its 100 degrees outside.  At its Aug. 12 meeting, the Visalia Planning Commission approved an indoor […]

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Elderly woman does employee dirty at laundromat

Ilene Shafer strikes Bubbles & Bleach Laundromat employee with broomstick after argument  @TheSunGazette VISALIA – While at a laundromat on Mooney last week, one resident was not able to keep her criminal record as clean as her clothes after getting into a heated argument with an employee. On Friday, Aug. 16 at 10:52 a.m. officers […]

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Volleyball: Monarchs set to defend their titles

After back-to-back league and valley championship wins, Monarch volleyball team moves up to Division I By Jermaine Johnson II  @Jerm_10 EXETER – The Exeter volleyball team is coming off one of the most successful seasons in school history. With a clean 12-0 sweep of their league opponents, the Monarchs won the CSL and the valley title […]

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Rodeo, monster trucks, demolition derby return to the Tulare County Fair

@TheSunGazette TULARE – Engines will be roaring, horses bucking and cars crashing during the Tulare County Fair, Sept. 11 through 15. The sixth annual CCPRA kick-off rodeo happens on Saturday, Sept. 7, at the fair’s Grandstand, featuring trick roper, gun spinner and whip cracker Rider Kiesner. Gates open at 6 p.m., rodeo begins at 7 […]

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Hwy 99 gets $1.8M in Tulare County

Money is part of $12.6 million project to improve water, sewer, irrigation facilities along vital ag highway @TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO – Keeping the San Joaquin Valley the most productive farmland in the nation requires flowing water in and roads to carry the food out. Highway 99 is the main arterial pumping food to sea and airports […]

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Visalia could see a 1.1 million-square foot industrial complex next to UPS

Visalia site plan review reveals CapRock Partners early plans to build 1.1 million-square foot complex at Riggin and Plaza By John Lindt Sierra 2 the Sea News Service VISALIA – Visalia’s geography has made them a burgeoning player in California’s shipping game. And it is starting to show as industrial businesses are picking the city […]

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COS to offer bachelor’s in nursing

College of the Sequoias, Fresno State Visalia campus announce first bachelor of science in nursing degree in South Valley @TheSunGazette VISALIA – South Valley residents looking to move up the charts in health care will now be able to earn their bachelor of science in nursing without leaving Tulare County.  After two years of working […]

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