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O-verwhelming Agreement

Lindsay voters overwhelmingly passed Measure O, a 1 percent increase on all retail sales within the city limits beginning in October, with more than two-thirds of voters casting votes in the affirmative. The Sun-Gazette endorsed Measure O just weeks ago and is now excited at the opportunity for one of the Valley’s poorest cities to turn […]

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Farmersville graduates carry on Aztec pride

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN farmersville – High school graduates were not just receiving a diploma when they walked in front of a gathered crowd of family and friends. They were also receiving recognition of a job well done from an accredited academic institution. And with that recognition graduates carry on a sense of pride when […]

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Woodlake graduates 100th class

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN woodlake – Every year Woodlake High School graduates can claim athletic titles, academic achievements and community service milestones. But the Class of 2017 are the only Tigers who can claim the title of the 100th graduating class from Woodlake High School (WHS). Principal Rich Rodriguez said it was a special moment […]

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Forever Monarchs

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN exeter – Along with thousands of high schools from around the country Exeter Union High School’s Class of 2017, all 178 of them, walked across the all-weather track to receive their diplomas. Of the graduates many will go onto live out their high school dreams or realize new ones while going […]

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Ishida leaves State stumping for his Strathmore groves

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN strathmore – Like farming, timing is everything in politics. Planting the seed of running for election is just as important as when you water the campaign with issues. It’s also important to know when it’s time to till the field and start over, perhaps with a different variety. For Allen Ishida […]

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Self-Help takes reins on drought aid

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN tulare county – While Governor Jerry Brown declared an end to the drought in California on April 7 he left out nine counties severely affected by the drought, Tulare County being one. But while the Governor’s office recognized the precarious situation drought stricken counties were left in, funding from the California […]

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Lindsay’s Measure O lacks accountability

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN lindsay – Measure O in the city of Lindsay is an undisputed necessity for the community’s financial health. The impact of its passage could very well be the turning point in a nearly decade-long struggle to regain stable financial footing. All the while enduring turbulent relationships between council members, a contentious […]

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EDA recall effort moves forward

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN exeter – The effort to recall two local officials is one step closer to reaching the ballot. On May 17, the Tulare County Elections Office approved the petition allowing proponents to begin collecting signatures to recall Exeter District Ambulance board members Tony Miller and Darinda Kunkel. The approval begins a 90-day […]

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Texts, blood say Wyllie was nearly three times legal limit

@TheSunGazette visalia – Text messages, toxicology and interviews with friends painted a picture of Cheyenne Wyllie as a party girl determined to drive herself home after a day of heavy drinking last March when her car crashed into a family heading home from an Easter trip. Wyllie, 26, of Exeter is charged with two counts […]

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