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Council reviews sales tax, marijuana

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN woodlake – The two hottest topics facing Tulare County governments today are undoubtedly sales tax measures and what to do about recreational marijuana. Some cities have decided to take a wait and see approach on marijuana while aggressively pursuing a sales tax increase; Woodlake is starting with an inclusive approach to […]

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Heating up awareness for wildfires

@TheSunGazette sacramento – Wildfires have plagued forests in California since the drought began in 2011. All of the dry brush and logs only served as fuel for massive wildfires that claimed thousands of acres. And while California’s wet winter fueled the growth of a significant grass crop the abundant grass will soon dry into tinder. […]

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Board member Miller attempts to ‘clear air’

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – Exeter District Ambulance (EDA) continued down the road of dysfunction during their latest meeting on April 27. Aside from the usual mundane government tasks like accounting and program updates, the agenda listed an unorthodox item, “Board member [Tony] Miller would like to clear the air on some allegations and […]

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Growing awareness

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN woodlake – Caring for a garden is like caring for children. Caretakers must provide seedlings with nutrients, rays of sunshine and positive reinforcement to allow them to develop and grow into mature plants. But just as important, caretakers must also be guardians pulling out weeds that threaten to harm their garden, […]

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Council vote marks end of Exeter Dial-A-Ride

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – Exeter seniors were unsettled when they heard that the City’s Dial-A-Ride service was in trouble, but after the City Council’s 4-0 vote on April 26 to hand over operations to the City of Visalia they were both disappointed and saddened. Worse yet, seniors will have to pay $2.25 per […]

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Farmersville forms blue ribbon committee

By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette farmersville – The Council is concerned about future budget deficits and at the April, 24 council meeting approved forming a Blue Ribbon Committee to examine the city’s financial position that will make recommendations to the council on how to create a more financially sound future. The biggest hit […]

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Gunshots hush town after school

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN woodlake – It was an eerie sight driving through Woodlake just after 3 p.m. on April 26. At a time of day when children of all ages fill the crosswalks, sidewalks, bus seats and car seats of the town, that day the town’s children were completely out of sight. But it […]

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Lindsay water comes with Geosmin smell

@PaulM_SGN lindsay – Residents in Lindsay have noticed a change in the water that comes out of their tap. Since the city moved from groundwater to surface water (canal water) there has been a noticeable difference in taste and smell. “The City recently switched back to canal water and the algae Geosmin is suspected as […]

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Exeter prays together on May 4

@TheSunGazette exeter – In one form or another, prayer has always been woven into the fabric of America. Since before we were a nation, the Continental Congress issued a proclamation for a day of “public humiliation, fasting and prayer.” On April 17, 1952, President Harry S. Truman signed a bill proclaiming a National Day of […]

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