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Visalia’s Woman of the Year Dena Cochran raises funds, awareness and structures in her community

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Dena Cochran has dedicated half a lifetime helping her community by preserving its history, health and horizons.  The 2018 Visalia Chamber of Commerce’s Woman of the Year has raised money for countless good causes, none greater or more impactful than making Kaweah Delta one of the premiere hospital districts in […]

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Deep Creek Academy in Farmersville applauds graduates who have overcome obstacles to graduate on time

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN FARMERSVILLE – There are many reasons students attend continuation high schools, principal Emily Koop pointed out at Deep Creek Academy’s graduation ceremony on June 5. Some students are uncertain in their ability to meet the academic rigors of high school. Others become parents who need the daycare and flexible scheduling to live […]

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Pedestrian struck and killed near Plainview

Exeter motorist hits boy, 17, who was wearing dark clothing on dimly lit road @TheSunGazette PLAINVIEW – A 17-year-old Porterville boy was hit and killed south of Plainview last week.  At about 8:45 p.m. on Friday, June 8, the 17-year-old from Porterville, whose name is being withheld pending notification of the family, was walking along […]

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Guest speaker Javier Guzman drives message home J.J. Cairns graduates will work harder to succeed

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Students from John J. Cairns alternative education high school walked out of the Lindsay gym with their diploma in hand and their heads held high. After four years of intensive study and discipline they are ready to move on to college, trades or whatever dreams they choose to pursue. But […]

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COS offers social media boot camp

The single session, six-hour class will teach you how to get more “likes” and “followers” on your social media pages for business @TheSunGazette VISALIA – If you aren’t sure why people don’t “like” your business or why it’s a good thing to have people “follow” you, it might be time to take a crash course […]

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Original members of Smash Mouth reunite for Tulare County Fair’s concert series

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Fairgoers will be “Walkin’ on the Sun” when “All-Star” rock band Smash Mouth takes the stage in Tulare this September. Smash Mouth is the fourth act announced for the Tulare County Fair’s 2018 concert series. The Smash Mouth concert is slated for Sunday, Sept. 16 at 8 p.m. on the Budweiser […]

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Savvy scammers bilk $117 million from seniors: Sweepstakes, lottery, prize schemes devastate older victims with evolving tactics

@TheSunGazette FRESNO – Scams are not going down, they are just changing the way they look. According to a new report by Better Business Bureau sweepstakes, lottery and prize schemes are devastating victims financially and emotionally with ever-evolving methods. These frauds concentrate on seniors, targeting them by direct mail, cold calling, social media, even text […]

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Visalia Medical Clinic is now providing nursing, medical staffing at Kaweah Delta’s Sequoia Prompt Care on Ben Maddox in addition to its QuickCare

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – The move to consolidate two of Visalia’s most expedient walk-in clinics was completed last week. On June 5, Visalia Medical Clinic (VMC) announced that it is now providing the nursing and medical staff at Kaweah Delta Health Care District’s (KDHCD) Sequoia Prompt Care clinic on Ben Maddox.  Visalia Medical Clinic’s […]

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Demaree and Goshen intersection to see more delays this fall

Work to improve the intersection will reduce traffic to one way on Goshen, create detours on Demaree between September and November By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Work to improve one of Visalia’s busiest and most congested intersections will begin later this month.  In May, the Visalia City Council unanimously approved a $3.8 million bid to […]

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Farmersville graduates put in 5,760 hours in their four years of high school

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN FARMERSVILLE – Last Thursday’s Farmersville High School graduation offered a trip down memory lane for class speaker Ruth Lopez. She thought back to the 2,340 days in her schooling career. The 50 some odd teachers and six different schools she and her classmates had to attend just to enter high school. Then they […]

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