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Farmersville begins phase 2 of sports park master plan

City will begin planting trees along the perimeter north of canal trailway along Freedom Drive, Walnut Avenue @Reggie_SGN FARMERSVILLE – It’s been a year and a half since the City of Farmersville opened the southern half of its Sports Park at the corner of Freedom Drive and Walnut Avenue. Now the city is ready to […]

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Self-Help Enterprises opens first of five Book Nooks at affordable housing complexes in Tulare County

@TheSunGazette GOSHEN — Tulare County has the fourth lowest literacy rate of California counties. According to a 2003 study conducted by the National Center of Education Statistics, nearly one-third of adults living in Tulare County are functionally illiterate, 10% higher than the state average. And just as it strives to help low-income families find safe, […]

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Documents released by judge are Sacramento County Sheriff’s first official statement linking Joseph DeAngelo to both EAR and VR cases

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN SACRAMENTO – While there was little mention of the Visalia Ransacker crimes at the April press conference announcing the arrest of the Golden State Killer, information released last month by a Sacramento judge marks the first ever public acknowledgement that the Visalia cases have a strong connection to the crimes committed by […]

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Hellwig Suspension Products warns of increased pricing due to metal market speculation and threat of tariffs

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – Tariffs have dominated the news cycle over the last two weeks, and discussion over consequences has started to hit a little closer to home. Hellwig Suspension Products in Visalia has been watching the upward trend of imported steel prices since March and has now decided to get out ahead of […]

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Election 2018: Primary mix of close races, decisive results

Tulare County voters decide DA on election night; 26 Calif. Assembly District too close to call By Paul Myers and Reggie Ellis @PaulM_SGN | @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY – Last week’s election night results left a great many candidates taking down their campaign signs, others putting more up and a few still anxiously awaiting the outcome. […]

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Tulare County Libraries offer summer reading programs at branches around the county

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – In the words of Stephen King, “Books are a uniquely portable magic.” They can help build character, discover the surrounding world, and not to mention fun, especially when staying inside during the triple digit heat. The Tulare County Libraries has once again announced their annual Summer Reading Program from now through […]

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Visalia’s proposed two-year budget shows surpluses for the next two years, but deficits looming on the horizon

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – In the next six years, Visalia will have to work efficiently to keep its financial head above water, but it won’t have to carry the weight that may have other cities drowning in red ink.  The Visalia City Council got its first look at its next two-year budget on June […]

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Gospel Whiskey Runners will open for country/pop/international singer LeAnn Rimes on June 22 at the Visalia Fox Theatre

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – It seems like LeAnn Rimes should be entering the twilight of her career, but at just 35 years old her powerful female voice has a lot of music to share with the world. Rimes has been professionally performing since she was a young girl and is the youngest person to ever receive […]

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Visalia’s Woman of the Year Dena Cochran raises funds, awareness and structures in her community

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Dena Cochran has dedicated half a lifetime helping her community by preserving its history, health and horizons.  The 2018 Visalia Chamber of Commerce’s Woman of the Year has raised money for countless good causes, none greater or more impactful than making Kaweah Delta one of the premiere hospital districts in […]

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