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Cheyenne Wyllie sentenced to life, Espinosa family makes impactful statement

Charlotte Espinosa details the March 26, 2016 collision, the new difficulties of dealing with life afterward By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – One of Tulare County’s most devastating DUI murders came to an end last week when Judge Juliet Boccone sentenced Cheyenne Wyllie to life for two counts of second degree murder. Wyllie, 28, pled no […]

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Conservation group plans to purchase 530 acres of giant sequoias

Alder Creek in the Sequoia National Forest is the last, largest privately-owned giant sequoia grove in the world @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY — One of the oldest conservation groups in California is on the verge of purchasing the largest collection of the earth’s oldest living things. On Sept. 17, Save the Redwoods League announced its plans […]

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Migrant groups hold vigils for families separated by ICE

ICE Out of Tulare holds community vigils in Lindsay and Visalia to speak out against Family Separation Policy, ICE raids @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – No longer frozen by fear, members of the migrant community huddled together by candlelight last Sunday night in solidarity against ICE in Tulare County. Local nonprofits and community action groups gathered in […]

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Dogs sniff out citrus tree disease

Ventura County is first to use detector dogs to identify trees with bacteria that causes HLB By Kevin Hecteman California Farm Bureau VENTURA COUNTY – Using detector dogs as an early-warning system for a deadly citrus disease, Ventura County farmers have begun removing more than 200 trees after the dogs alerted them to the presence […]

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Fox Theatre warns of online ticket gouging

FresnoTicketFinder.com/TicketNetwork.com are marking up community theater shows, events by more than 1,000% By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – The Visalia Fox Theatre is warning patrons about an online ticket seller that has been marking up ticket prices by more than 1,000% for some local shows. Marina Rojas, Marketing & Development Manager for the Visalia Fox Theatre, […]

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Sheriff’s sergeant arrested for domestic violence

Visalia Police Department arrests Sgt. Richard Ramirez for allegedly abusing his girlfriend over the last year and a half By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – A Tulare County Sheriff’s sergeant has been arrested for domestic violence. On Sept. 6, the Visalia Police Department arrested Sgt. Richard Ramirez for allegedly abusing his girlfriend. The Tulare County Sheriff’s […]

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Boys Water Polo: Mt. Whitney has best season in Yenigues era

The Pioneers have crushed the competition as players buy in to Coach Yenigues vision  By Jermaine Johnson II @Jerm_10 VISALIA – Head coach Michael Yenigues came to Mt. Whitney five years ago. Upon arrival, he wasn’t just asked to be the head coach of the boy’s water polo team; he was asked to build a competitive […]

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Woodlake Unified superintendent Alfonso Gamino leaves District unexpected, early

Assistant superintendent Laura Gonzalez, hired in February of this year is appointed acting superintendent By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE– Woodlake Unified School District had little time to scramble for solutions when superintendent Alfonso Gamino up and left the district last Monday. Now in the chair is acting superintendent, only eight days removed from her assistant superintendent […]

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You can’t put a price on nature’s beauty

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks offer waive entrance fees this Saturday for National Public Lands Day @TheSunGazette SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK – You can’t put a price on enjoying the awe-inspiring scope of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. And this weekend, you don’t have to. In honor of the National Public Lands Day, the […]

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Kaweah Delta to open new clinic in Tulare

Multi-specialty care center in Tulare will provide specialty care for 20% of Kaweah Delta patients who live in Tulare @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Even though Adventist Health Tulare is open and accepting patients, there is still a need for more health care in Tulare County’s second largest city. On Sept. 19, Kaweah Delta announced plans to […]

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