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Girl, 17, shot in drive-by

@TheSunGazette farmersville – A teenage girl was nearly killed last week during a drive-by shooting. The shooting happened at about 10:30 p.m. on May 25 in the 800 block of North Rose Street. According to the Farmersville Police Department, one or two vehicles opened fire on a home as they drove by and then fled […]

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Casino move downhill would bring up tribal water supply

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN tulare county – The Tule River Indian Tribe’s proposal to relocate from its mountainous reservation to the city of Porterville would certainly bring more money to the tribe. But more importantly, it will bring more water to tribal members. The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), the agency charged with evaluating the […]

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Editorial: Lindsay needs O-countability

The city of Lindsay needs Measure O. Lindsay voters will go to the polls on June 6 and decide on whether to tax themselves an additional percent on every purchase they make within the city limits. And anyone who has spent any time in Lindsay knows that they should vote Yes. Nearly every city in […]

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Iraq vet chosen as F’ville Grand Marshal

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN farmersville – This year’s Farmersville Memorial Day Grand Marshal Jesse Morales was in Fort Bliss, Texas in 2003. After weeks of training he and his company were just hours away from getting on a flight bound for Kuwait. Making his last phone call home before climbing on board, Morales learned that […]

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Exeter puts on Plain White Ts

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN exeter – May 10 was just supposed to be another day at Exeter Union High School. Filled with testing, senioritis, and talk of plans for the summer. However, shortly after students began arriving on campus the talk switched from plans for the summer, to there is going to be a surprise […]

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Council, staff diverge on water restrictions

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – With snow capped mountains to the eastern horizon and roaring rivers beginning to flow as snowmelt begins to bring water to the Valley, cities are beginning to budge on water conservation. The latest city to scale down conservation efforts is Exeter, albeit without staff’s recommendation. “I’ll be honest. I […]

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Woodlake PD gets 4 wheeling capabilities

By Amy C. Witt @AmyCWitt_SGN woodlake – As the Woodlake Police Department actively strives to provide a safe environment throughout the city, they were graciously given a new addition to help enforce laws and community safety. Owner of Woodlake Hardware, as well as president and owner of Oral E. Micham, Inc., Ed Micham donated a […]

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Exeter police chief retires this week

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN exeter – When Cliff Bush walks out the door of the Exeter Police Station this Friday, May 19, he will stand beneath the antique “police” lampposts of the building for the first time as anything other than Exeter’s Police Chief. After 31 years in law enforcement and the last 12 as […]

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Conway, Macareno campaign for State Senate

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN tulare county – It seems as if last November’s election was just yesterday. And while voters may be reflecting on the consequences of their vote, candidates are already gearing up for November 2018. Just last week on May 1, former California State Assembly leader Connie Conway announced she will be running […]

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Bond of the Badge

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN visalia – The bonds formed by fellow officers of the law are forged in fire, hardened by pressure and shaped by time. It is a bond that endures through transfers, injuries, other careers and retirements that can only be broken by death, which tragically is often the case. Just over a […]

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