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Obituary: Patricia Ann Moree

Patricia Ann Moree Patricia was born on June 10, 1937, in Exeter, California, to Archie Lee and Mazine Elinor Mangels. She and her brother Ted were raised in Exeter and attended Exeter schools, where Patricia made many life long friends. Shortly after graduating from Exeter High School she met the love of her life, John […]

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Kaweah Delta foundation picks Paul Schofield as full time CEO

Paul Schofield sheds interim title, named permanent chief executive officer of Kaweah Delta Medical Foundation @TheSunGazette VISALIA – The Kaweah Delta Medical Foundation, which operates the medical offices staffed by physicians from Visalia Medical Clinic, has a new chief executive officer. Fortunately he won’t have much of a learning curve as he’ll simply be shedding […]

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Last toy store closes in Tulare County

Professor Toy closes in Visalia; will continue at Fresno location and online at ProfessorToy.com By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Tulare County has closed the doors on toy stores. Professor Toy, Tulare County’s last remaining toy store, closed the doors to its Visalia location, 3448 S. Mooney Blvd., Visalia, last week. Owner Rob Fox said the […]

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Farmersville budget cuts fire chief, opts for volunteer

City Council votes to convert full-time position to volunteer chief after federal grant expires By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN FARMERSVILLE – Five years after hiring its first-ever fire chief, the City of Farmersville is eliminating the position. At its June 24 meeting, the Farmersville City Council approved the City’s 2019-20 fiscal year budget cutting the fire chief […]

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Exeter budget on the brink as revenues dwindle

Finance director Chris Tavarez closes budget gap for 2019-2020 fiscal year, concerned over revenues needed to maintain current level of service By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Exeter’s new fiscal year is deficit free, but the City is emphatically saying that holding the budgetary line will not be a possibility in the future. It took some […]

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Valley leads charge in power struggle with State

@TheSunGazette FRESNO – This summer has seen unseasonably inexpensive utility rates thanks to mild temperatures but every Valley resident knows that higher electric bills are inevitable. That isn’t true for the winter months, when heaters are fueled by natural gas, a less expensive power source that has become renewable through new technology, some of which […]

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Woodlake budget slows as major projects end

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN WOODLAKE – After spending the better part of this decade completing massive beautification and transportation projects in its downtown, Woodlake is ready to get back to basics: Fixing potholes, upgrading its sewer and water systems and improving services to residents. Since 2013, the City of Woodlake has revamped a mudhole into a […]

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Lindsay council passes budget 3-2, Wellness Center funding in doubt

Council passes 2019-2020 fiscal year budget 3-2 after contentious exchange, future Wellness Center and capital improvement project funding in doubt By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY– Lindsay’s budget, is heading on a path for the straight and narrow, very narrow. In fact, the budget even passed by the narrowest of margins for a five-person council, 3-2. While […]

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$37 million deal preserves affordable housing in the Valley

@TheSunGazette new york, ny – Two Tulare County apartment complexes were part of a $37 million deal to preserve affordable housing in the Central Valley. On June 7, Community Development Trust (CDT), which provides long-term debt and equity capital for the creation and preservation of affordable housing and charter school facilities, announced a joint venture […]

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