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Boys Basketball: Avalos Bros. lift the Cardinals to strong 2nd half in win over Woodlake

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY – Expectations for a team are laid out at the beginning of the season, so when it comes to the crucial games every player is on the same page. The expectation of being on time almost cost the Cardinals an East Sequoia League game they should have won by a larger […]

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Woodlake closes block of Valencia Boulevard from Sierra to Sequoia for widening and sidewalk project

@TheSunGazette WOODLAKE – A one block section of Valencia Boulevard will be closed for at least a month as the City of Woodlake will widen the road and add curb, gutters and sidewalks to extend the work already done through downtown. Caltrans, in cooperation with the City, closed Valencia Boulevard (Highway 245) between Sierra Street […]

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Girls Basketball: Gary Hylton sweeps final regular season home games to end his 10-year streak with Exeter

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – Head coach Gary Hylton has been a mainstay basketball coach for the Exeter Monarchs for the past 10 seasons. Last week, he won his final two home games in an effort to strengthen their portfolio for the post season. One of those wins included a stunning 61-44 upset over first […]

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Soccer: Local teams gear up for playoffs

Boys and girls soccer teams take to the pitch this week to begin post-season play By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN FOOTHILLS AREA – With the regular season now complete the CIF Central Section released their playoff brackets last Friday. Here is a rundown of which division, and when the teams will play. Golden West Blazers Fresh off […]

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Kulwinder Bains turns Willie’s Market into the nicest gas station in Lindsay

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY – A staple in the Lindsay community, Willie’s Market has been around for some time. However, when it first changed ownership 18 years ago it needed some improvements. Now it’s façade and well manicured grounds have earned it the Lindsay Chamber of Commerce’s 2017 Beautification Award. Instead of just keeping up the business, […]

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Lindsay police officers arrest two for heroine use and possession

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Kids can be unruly at time, especially when they’re teenagers. But rarely does unruly end up in arrested. But that was the case when Lindsay police officers responded to 1849 E. Tulare Rd. for a report of an out-of-control juvenile on the morning of Thursday, Jan. 31. Upon arrival officers contacted the […]

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Boys & Girls Club of the Sequoias announces new board members

Bill Adams is president; Jeff Beck, Dustin Stewart to serve as VPs of non-profit serving Tulare County youth @TheSunGazette VISALIA – The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Sequoias, which offers programs for youth at 14 sites throughout Tulare County, has expanded its Board of Directors. The new board members are: Carlos Aleman, Managing Broker, […]

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Tulare County Board of Supervisors pass ordinance holding hosts accountable for drug use at house parties

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Now that recreational marijuana is legal, the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office felt it was time to tie up some loose ends when it comes to their drug enforcement. Their latest adjustment was aimed at party hosts. On Jan. 23 the Tulare County Board of Supervisors approved a social host ordinance that holds […]

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Historic Lemon Cove Women’s Club holds open house on March 17

LEMON COVE – Lemon Cove Women’s Club’s Open House will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 17 at the clubhouse, located at 32792 Sierra Drive (Highway 198) in Lemon Cove. There will be drinks, desserts and a bake sale. The 2nd floor museum, an important part of Tulare County history, will […]

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