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Farmersville plans for amphitheater, skatepark

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN FARMERSVILLE – Outdoor concerts, nature talks, weather experiments, and a new playground could all be part of the next phase of Farmersville’s sports park complex with your help. On June 11, outreach coordinators for the state of California will be at the Farmersville Sports Park, located at the corner of Freedom Drive […]

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Visalia will not keep ‘PACE’ for solar finance program options

More than 500 Visalia homeowners have upgraded their homes using Property Assessed Clean Energy By John Lindt Sierra2theSea News Service VISALIA – On the suggestion of council member Brian Poochigian, the Visalia City Council rescinded permission for home owners in the City to participate in the PACE program on a 4 to 1 vote on […]

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Tulare County may not be best place to start a business

Central Valley cities may have pro business policies but that doesn’t mean the environment is ideal for entrepreneurs and start-ups @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Most would agree that Tulare County is business friendly, but how does its pro-business environment stack up with the rest of the nation? Not particularly well according to a new survey. […]

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Monarchs strike out of post season against Tribe

By Patrick Dillon @Pdillon_SGN EXETER – A return trip to Recreation Park, and the Division IV title game for the No.2 Monarchs was cut short last Friday as they lost to the Chowchilla Tribe 4-2 in the quarterfinals. “We just didn’t hit today,” Exeter head coach Kevin Kirkman said. “They threw a lot of breaking […]

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Derrel’s Mini Storage locales land on Mooney Boulevard in Supe’ vote

Supervisors approve zone change to pave way for proposed Derrel’s Mini Storage just north of Tulare @TheSunGazette tulare – It’s unclear if Mooney Grove will be getting a new fountain, but there is little doubt there will be a new fountain on Mooney Boulevard following a recent decision by County of Tulare. At its May […]

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Railroad to improve crossing on Akers near Goshen

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Unlike the High Speed Rail Authority, traditional railroad companies work with tight deadlines in small windows to keep the trains moving and the traffic flowing through crossings. Exeter-based San Joaquin Valley Railroad will make improvements to the railway at the Akers Road crossing just north of Goshen Avenue this weekend. Norm Goldstrom, […]

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Two killed, four injured in three weekend crashes

Collisions involved residents from Visalia, Springville, Exeter and Tulare @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Three collisions left two unidentified Tulare residents deceased over the weekend. At 8:38 p.m. on Sunday, May 12, officers from the Visalia Area Office of the California Highway Patrol (CHP) , responded to a crash at Highway 137 at Road 60 west […]

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County health officials say measles outbreak unlikely here

Tulare County has a non-existent risk of a measles outbreak since the disease was eliminated in 2000 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Just four months into the year, the number of measles cases reported in the U.S. in 2019 is already the highest of any year since measles was officially declared eliminated in 2000. The increase is […]

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Exeter Relay For Life ranked in Top 20 in West Region for money raised, number of registered cancer survivors

Editors Note: This story is a part of the Sun-Gazette Purple Paper edition for Relay For Life, the largest international network of community fundraisers in the fight against cancer. The actual event will be held May 18-19, 2019 at Dobson Field in Exeter. The purpose of this paper is to help raise awareness about the […]

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