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Oscar Clifton case is all but over after Tulare County DA Tim Ward’s review

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – News hit last week that alternative leads pointing away from Oscar Clifton as Donna Jo Richmond’s murderer are all but gone. Tony Reid and producers of the “12/26/75” podcast have contended for years that Clifton was not the murderer. And with the news of the Golden State Killer, Joseph DeAngelo, […]

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Side walls of Friant-Kern Canal will be raised by 2-3 feet to increase flows through parts sunk by drought

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY – There may not be an easy way to correct subsidence in the largest canal serving the east side of the Valley, but there may be an easy way to work over it. At its Jan. 8 meeting, the Tulare County Board of Supervisors approved a memorandum of understanding (MOU) […]

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Government shutdown has mixed impact for farms, ranches

By Christine Souza California Farm Bureau Federation (Editor’s note: The fifth paragraph of this story has been updated to reflect new information about the Market Facilitation Program.) california – As the partial shutdown of the federal government entered its third week, agencies serving farmers and ranchers reduced services as the new 116th Congress took office. The […]

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Boys Soccer: Farmersville wins first leg of Champions Cup over Lindsay

Aztecs snap seven-game losing streak to Cardinals with 4-3 win in overtime thriller By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN FARMERSVILLE – The addition of the Farmersville Aztecs to the East Sequoia League meant their annual rivalry game, the Champions Cup, against the Lindsay Cardinals held more than just bragging rights. Added to the two-game series are crucial […]

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Exeter club to raise funds for Boys & Girls

Exeter Outdoors Association hosts fundraiser for Exeter Boys & Girls Club on Jan. 19 for repairs, programming capacity By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN EXETER – You may not have heard of the Exeter Outdoors Association, and that’s ok, but they want to make sure you remember the name Exeter Boys & Girls Club. The outdoor enthusiast club […]

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Opening of national parks gives Three Rivers an economic lift after tourism dollars tumble

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN THREE RIVERS – While the government has remained closed for a historic amount of time, Tulare County’s most visited scenes are now open. And it could not have been soon enough for the community of Three Rivers. Tom Marshall, Board President of the Three Rivers Historical Society and member of the Three […]

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Trendy Tastes: Recipe for Grilled Chicken Shawarma

Family Features  Exotic flavors common in the Middle Eastern region of the world like harissa, za’atar and shawarma are having a moment, appearing on restaurant menus and in popular make-at-home recipes.  Now is the perfect time to give these flavors a try. Thanks to new global seasonings from McCormick Gourmet, the spice combinations are already […]

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Legendary Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page gives his stamp of approval to tribute band Led Zepagain

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but when the original artist applauds the simulation, that is sincere validation.  Led Zepagain is regarded as the most accurate and authentic replication of Led Zeppelin in the world today. The tribute band has well over a million downloads on iTunes to their credit […]

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Tulare County killer denied clemency

Former Gov. Jerry Brown took no action on clemency petition of Richard Flowers who was convicted of murder in 1996, ending his petition @TheSunGazette CALIFORNIA – Tulare County and California’s most recent former governor, Jerry Brown did not see eye-to-eye on much, but they were able to agree on one thing just before Brown’s departure.  […]

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