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School may increase traffic, decrease air quality

Air District asks parents to carpool, refrain from idling to reduce vehicle emissions during pick-up and drop-off @TheSunGazette FRESNO – Traffic increases as parents begin shuttling kids back to school, and so do the ozone levels in the air. Parents can help reduce vehicle emissions by carpooling and refraining from vehicle idling during school pick-ups […]

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College of the Sequoias to provide training for Valley workers at Faraday Future plant in Hanford

@TheSunGazette TULARE — College of the Sequoias is training workers for the jobs of the future, Faraday Future to be exact. College of Sequoias (COS) Training Resource Center will be providing Essential Skills training at its Hanford Center facility to new employees at Faraday Future, a California technology company developing intelligent electric vehicles. Faraday, which is […]

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City Council approves new food truck districts after Visalia Mall says they are bringing more business inside

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Food trucks in Visalia will now be able to operate in parking lots of specific areas of the city to protect brick and mortar restaurants from unfair competition. But there is a possibility that food trucks may actually augment business for local restaurants.  Before voting in three new food truck […]

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Inaugural Hot Fudge Sundae Run will be Aug. 19 at Mooney Grove; benefits Visalia Boys & Girls Club

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Instead of going for a Sunday drive this weekend, why not try a Sundae Run!  Visalia’s Inaugural Hot Fudge Sundae Run is taking place this Sunday, Aug. 19 at Mooney Grove Park in Visalia. Participants can either do a 5K Run or 2K Walk at the park in a race that ends […]

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Police arrest felon who threatened to shoot a man during argument

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – A Visalia man went back to jail last week after pointing a gun at a man during an argument.  Just after 5 p.m. on Aug. 11, the Visalia Police Department received a call of an assault with a deadly weapon in the 1000 block of N. Stover. When officers arrived, witnesses told […]

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New principal George Tapenas brings 34 years of experience to Lindsay High School

By Reggie Ellis and Patrick Dillon @Reggie_SGN   |   @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY – Freshmen weren’t the only ones experiencing their first day at Lindsay High School on Monday. Not only was Aug. 13 the first day of school for new principal George Tapenas, it was also his first day of school in the district. Tapenas brings […]

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Man steals from Lindsay family while housesitting

Family friend from Oregon robs Lindsay family’s home while they’re attending an out-of-town funeral @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – A man house-sitting for a Lindsay family stole thousands of dollars worth of items while they attended an out-of-town funeral.  According to the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department, Tyler Watson had come from Oregon to care for their animals […]

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City accepts applications for youth grants

Nonprofits serving youth in Visalia can apply for up to $6,500 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Nonprofit organizations that serve Visalia youth are invited to apply for the 2018-2019 Nonprofit Program Fund. Administered by the Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC), this program is a funding mechanism that assists non-profit and local government agencies in providing programs and services […]

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Back to School: Exeter students return to a refurbished library

Exeter High School finished library modernization project in time for students returning to school this week By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Students at Exeter High School will get the opportunity to work like college students when they come back to school this week. Thanks to some innovative thinking and $160,000 worth of new furniture, students […]

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Vasquez ‘does what he wants’ on new album

@TheSunGazette VISALIA– Matthew Logan Vasquez is feeling optimistic. That’s not necessarily apparent the first time you spin his new full-length solo album. Each track on “Matthew Logan Does What He Wants” feels urgent and intense. Impatient landlords, financial woes and other frustrations fan the agitation embedded in the opening track, “Same.” Isolation darkens the brooding […]

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