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Rotary Club proposes tiny homes to shelter homeless

By John Lindt Sierra2theSea News Service VISALIA – A local service club is thinking small when it comes to solutions for homelessness, small homes that is. The Visalia County Center Rotary Club is promoting a micro-housing project headed up by architect Sharon Sheltzer. “We are proposing a ‘tiny home village’ of 24 units that would […]

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Migrant students immersed in engineering

Migrant Education offers science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) lessons to 550 students over the summer @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Migrant Education students Brianna and Ruby worked for several weeks this summer at Farmersville High School on a product that could potentially save lives by preventing brain injury. The young women were part of Migrant […]

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Exeter Unified locks down Eddy though 2022

Exeter Unified superintendent George Eddy accepts three year deal worth $187,866 annually @TheSunGazette EXETER – The Exeter Unified School District will have at least three years of security for their top spot, now that they have inked superintendent George Eddy to a long term deal. During the District’s July 10 board meeting, Eddy accepted an […]

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Illegal marijuana grow trashes wildlife preserve

California Department of Fish and Wildlife also found meth, firearms, weed killer near Atwell Island native grasslands, wetland @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Some people get a high from experiencing pristine nature. Unfortunately, criminals get a high from illegal marijuana grows that trash some of Tulare County’s most precious preserves. On June 21, wildlife officers at […]

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California co-ops join forces to connect milk buyers and sellers

California Dairies Inc. and Dairy Farmers of America create joint marketing agency to promote raw milk in the state @TheSunGazette VISALIA – California’s largest milk producer is partnering with one of the nation’s largest milk suppliers to concentrate on the sales, marketing and transportation of raw milk in California.  On July 10, Visalia-based California Dairies, […]

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Sears Hometown closing in Porterville

Smaller version of appliance stores are being purchased by private company that already owns full-line Sears and Kmart stores By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN PORTERVILLE – Sears Hometown in Porterville is expected to close soon, despite the brand being positioned for a rebound under a new nationwide merger.  Earlier this month, the Porterville location put up signs […]

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TCSO hoops it up with area youth

Tulare County Sheriff’s Department launches Youth Services Development Unit to build trust through youth sports @TheSunGazette PIXLEY – More than 80 boys and girls dribbled up and down basketball courts last Friday as part of the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department’s inaugural two-day summer basketball camp.  On behalf of Sheriff Mike Boudreaux, Captain Mark Gist opened […]

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Self-Help, others drive alt-transportation into Tulare County

Car-sharing has become a reality in Visalia, Orosi and Dinuba thanks to Self-Help Enterprises, CalVans, and Miocar By Nancy Vigran Reporting for the Sun-Gazette TULARE COUNTY – Some of Tulare County’s neediest residents are getting moving thanks to the effort of a key nonprofit. Seeing a need for short-term car accessibility, Self-Help Enterprises worked out […]

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Tulare County Crop Report week ending July 13, 2019

SMALL GRAINS, OTHER FIELD CROPS: Recently planted corn for silage continues to mature. Black-eyed beans continue to mature. Cotton continues to be irrigated and cultivated. Alfalfa continues to be cut and baled.   DECIDUOUS TREE FRUITS, NUTS, AND GRAPES: The stone fruit season is in full swing. Peaches are being exported to Canada, Brazil, Mexico, […]

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DA to appeal ‘light’ sentencing of former officer’s lewd act

Judge sentences former police officer to 180 days in jail for lewd act with a minor @TheSunGazette VISALIA – One officer who was sworn to protect and serve is sitting behind bars since his sentencing last Wednesday, July 10. Tulare County District Attorney Tim Ward thinks the punishment doesn’t quite fit the crime. Tulare County […]

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