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Woodlake Graduation: Gabriela Aguilar and Jacob Canizalez receive the first Youth Service Learning award

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN WOODLAKE – Since 1992 Woodlake High School has provided their students with a different style of learning known as Youth Service Learning (YSL). The program was the creation of Woodlake High School’s counselors Sally Pace, and Dennis Conner, and provides students with the chance to connect with the community, develop civic pride, […]

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Farmersville lowers cannabis tax to 5% of gross receipts and $7 per square foot for cultivators

By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – Commercial cannabis has been a quandary for local governments thus far in Tulare County. While Woodlake has welcomed the first commercial cannabis shop in the Valley over a month ago what that means for City coffers is currently unclear. But what Farmersville knows is nobody is […]

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Tulare County creates new rules, policy for Loop Bus transportation requests

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY – The Loop Bus has been providing at-risk youth transportation to and from safe and positive events in Tulare County’s rural communities for more than a decade. And while that hasn’t changed, the free on-demand bus service offered by the County of Tulare has become so popular it can’t keep […]

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Woman, unborn child die in crash

Visalia man is charged with felony DUI after June 15 head-on collision kills pregnant mother and her unborn child @TheSunGazette VISALIA – One Orosi family will be without their mother and unborn child after a fatal collision on Friday, June 15. According to a California Highway Patrol (CHP) collision report, David Edma, 24, from Visalia […]

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Board of Supervisors approves $250,000 donation to Three Rivers Historical Society to build restrooms

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN THREE RIVERS – Summertime in Three Rivers is a hub of activity as 2 million people travel through the gateway community to Sequoia National Park. And while business is based on tourism, local businesses are tired of serving as a rest stop for customers who travel great distances to see the majestic […]

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Exeter announces Visalia Public Works director Adam Ennis as new city manager starting on June 27

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – After six months of searching, and a series of exhaustive interviews, the Exeter City Council has decided to offer Visalia Public Works director Adam Ennis, the position of city manager. Since the beginning of January, when former Exeter city manager Randy Groom relocated to Visalia, former Visalia finance director Eric […]

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