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2-time Grammy winning violinist Mads Tolling brings his jazz quartet to Lindsay

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY – With classic handsome features and world class talent, Mads Tolling is deserving of a comparison to Jack Hamm’s Don Draper character on the hit show Mad Men. The difference is that Mads’ talent is not a simulation of someone else’s creativity and there is no final episode in sight for this rising […]

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Jansons leaves Farmersville after two years as city manager

City manager John Jansons takes position with Windsor, Calif., set to leave at the end of this month By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN FARMERSVILLE – Just two years into the job and Farmersville city manager John Jansons is leaving the City and heading north to Windsor, Calif. in Sonoma County by the end of October. But in […]

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Lindsay Unified Schoold District gets $28M to incentivize teachers

Lindsay Unified one of just 14 schools to receive Teacher and School Leader Incentive Program grant to recruit, develop the highest quality teachers By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN LINDSAY – On the day that Lindsay Unified School District saw the sunset of a $10 million grant that helped accelerate its unique performance based system, school administrators announced […]

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Tulare County Sheriff’s Office unveils new aircraft, several drones after devastating loss of pilot in 2016

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – The Tulare County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) is ready to go wheels up and head back to the skies as of Wednesday, Sept 27. Sheriff Mike Boudreaux unveiled two new aircrafts and multiple drones at the new home for the Sheriff’s Aviation Support Unit at the Porterville Airport. Boudreaux announced on Wednesday that […]

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Monarch stadium opening postponed

School board decides to push back opening of new football stadium in order to make sure new track is adhered correctly @TheSunGazette EXETER – The Exeter Union High School football team will have to wait even longer in order to play their first home game inside Monarch Stadium. On Sept. 21, Exeter Unified School District […]

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VUSD test scores are highest in the County

District sees slight decline in both English and math scores, falls behind state average By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Visalia Unified students performed better than all other unified school districts in Tulare County on California’s online testing last year but still fell short of keeping up with the average scores for the entire state. The California […]

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Civil search warrants take down marijuana gardens in Ivanhoe

Code enforcement, law enforcement seize, destroy 1,400 marijuana plants at nine locations @TheSunGazette IVANHOE – An ongoing civil action to take back the streets of Ivanhoe from gangs and drug lords got a huge win for law-abiding residents and property owners last week. On Sept. 27, a coalition of law enforcement and code enforcement officers […]

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Students cram for career skills long before they’ll be tested in the field

More than 420 Visalia Unified School District sophomores expected to attend Leaders of Tomorrow Student Conference at convention center on Oct. 9 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Picking a career pathway or learning academy in high school, graduating high school and then getting a degree or certification in a particular industry are all necessary to successfully get […]

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Football: Strathmore rolls through non-league 5-0

The Spartans scored on all 10 drives while gaining 426 total yards in a 69-8 win over the Avenal Buccaneers By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN STRATHMORE – So far this season the Strathmore Spartans have obliterated their opponents, while scoring 256 points in the process. On Friday night, Sept. 29, the Spartans (5-0) had their best showing […]

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