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Girls Water Polo: Monache continues strong start with another win

New head coach Kyla Conway has led the Marauders to an 8-1 record to start the season  By Jermaine Johnson II  @Jerm_10 PORTERVILLE – The Monache girls water polo team looks ready to reign over the East Yosemite League. After a heartbreaking 11-10 loss to Redwood in the season opener, the Marauders have now won […]

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Health officials offer ‘fair’ warning

Fair visitors are encouraged to practice good hygiene when spending time at farm animal exhibits @TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO – The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) are urging visitors attending fairs to practice good hygiene when visiting farm animal exhibits. Direct and indirect contact with the animals […]

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TCOE, Chinese Cultural Center honors Educators of the Year

Elementary, high school teachers in Strathmore honored through Confucius’ Birthday awards program @TheSunGazette visalia – Since 1994, the Central California Chinese Cultural Center has partnered with the Tulare County Office of Education to honor teachers through the Confucius’ Birthday/Educators of the Year Awards event. Chinese people around the world often mark the occasion of Confucius’ […]

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Football: Exeter wins nail-biter against Lindsay

Monarch defense makes key stop in fourth quarter to seal 27-21 win over the Cardinals By Jermaine Johnson II  @Jerm_10 EXETER – Statistically, Lindsay should have won the game. They won the time of possession, ran for more yards and had fewer penalties. But football comes down to execution and that is exactly what Exeter […]

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Football: Rangers roll past Tribe in 28-8 win

Their defense was dominant and their offense made big plays, as Redwood earned their second win of the season By Jermaine Johnson II  @Jerm_10 TULARE – Two dominant teams met in Tulare on Friday, in a clash to stay unbeaten. The Tribe hosted the Rangers in what will likely be one of the toughest opponents […]

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Volleyball: Monarchs searching for more consistency

Exeter notches .500 mark with  6-6 record through the first three weeks of the season By Jermaine Johnson II  @Jerm_10 EXETER – For the fourth year in a row, the Monarch volleyball team played their first tournament of the season at Clovis. Although they have moved up to Division I this season, their record has […]

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Local dairyman named fair parade grand marshal

Joe Airosa will lead the centennial celebration on opening day By Kaitlin Washburn @Kwashy12 TULARE – For more than 60 years, Joe Airosa has exhibited just about any animal he could at the Tulare County Fair. Aside from horses and turkeys, Airosa, or a member of his family, has shown everything from pigeons to cows.  A […]

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Highway dedicated to deceased deputy

Sheriff Boudreaux unveils sign in memory of Deputy Jeremy Meyst who died transporting inmates in Dec. 2013 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Tulare County Sheriff’s deputies, along with Sheriff Mike Boudreaux, paid respect to one of their own who had died while serving in the line of duty.  Boudreaux and more than 100 others gathered at the […]

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Boys Water Polo: Blazers out to hot start under new coach

Golden West is hoping for a quick turnaround under new head coach.  By Jermaine Johnson II  @Jerm_10 PORTERVILLE – Erik Schlick has big goals for the Golden West boys’ water polo team. After a losing season in 2018, he has led them to a 3-1 start, including a commanding win over Monache. He hopes to […]

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Sandy Hook parents help California put a STOP to school violence

Sandy Hook Promise partners with Calif. Dept. of Ed to provide free school safety and mental health crisis trainings @TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO — Family and friends of those killed in the deadliest school shooting in U.S. history will spend the next three years helping prevent school shootings in the nation’s most populated state. Last month, the […]

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