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Lindsay migrant students outpace statewide peers

Lindsay learners that qualify as migrants performed better than statewide migrant students in both ELA, math in 2017-2018 CAASPP By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Migrant students at Lindsay Unified have some achievements to cheer about according to 2017-2018 school year assessment data. Director of Migrant Education, Sandra Espinoza, presented a trend of improved California Assessment […]

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All the king’s horses

Budweiser Clydesdales will trot through downtown on Sept. 19 courtesy of Bueno Beverage @TheSunGazette VISALIA – The biggest horses in entertainment are coming to Visalia. The world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales will proudly stride through downtown as part of a special event tomorrow, Sept. 19. The horse team will parade down Main Street from 2 to 6 […]

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Tulare fundraiser hopes to crush it with wine party

Tulare Chamber co-hosts 6th annual Crush Party fundraiser for COS Foundation @TheSunGazette TULARE – When it comes to celebrating with wine, Tulare is crushing it. On Friday, Sept. 20, the College of Sequoias Foundation and Tulare Chamber of Commerce are collaborating to present its sixth annual Crush Party. This event showcases premium California wines, as […]

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Kaweah Delta adds emergency department beds

One of the busiest emergency departments in the state adds eight new beds as expansion project continues @TheSunGazette VISALIA – There are more mosquitoes carrying diseases this year, more mountain lion sightings in residential areas, valley fever cases are on the rise and car accidents continue to mount. Luckily, there are now more beds at […]

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Things tilting up for city facility construction

City Council directs staff to investigate “tilt up” construction for shell of public safety headquarters in downtown; could leave more money for future civic center project as well By Reggie Ellis  @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – The Visalia City Council is definitively moving forward with plans to build a public safety headquarters in east downtown at a cost […]

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Driver runs over, drags cyclist to her death in alleged DUI hit-and-run

Alleged drunken driver Manuel Mesa is charged with murder after running over 61-year-old woman, fleeing the scene @TheSunGazette VISALIA – An alleged drunken driver who ran over a bicyclist and then dragged her 200 yards has been charged with murder.  On Sept. 13, District Attorney Tim Ward filed criminal charges against Manuel Mesa, 40, in […]

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Foreign skin creams contain mercury

Tulare County Health and Human Services Agency says skin-lightening creams from Mexico and Asia could cause mercury poisoning @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Locals trying to even out dark spots and blemishes on their skin could wind up extremely ill if they are using skin creams from other countries. On Sept. 13, Tulare County Health & Human […]

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Rosa Brothers milk biz for all it’s worth

Rosa Brothers Milk Company celebrate seven years in business Sept. 28 at Tulare creamery story @TheSunGazette TULARE – The business of small business is a day-to-day endeavor. So when a small business hits the seven year mark, it is well worth a celebration. Noel and Rolland Rosa, third generation dairy farmers, began production of their […]

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