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Over $4,000 was awarded to local schools for beginning or continuing a garden program

Provided by Tulare County Farm Bureau @tulcofb EXETER –Tulare County Farm Bureau held its annual Superintendents’ Breakfast last month awarding $4,250 in grants to local schools that are launching or continuing a school garden program. The breakfast, jointly hosted by Superintendent of Tulare County Schools’ Jim Vidak, gathered nearly 40 area superintendents, administrators and principals […]

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Boys Basketball: Blazers edge Monarchs 73-64 at home

Golden West wins first two games of the year by single-digit margins By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN VISALIA – Just two weeks into the season and the Golden West Trailblazers are proving that they have what it takes to win close games. On the heels of a seven-point win over Kingsburg two weeks ago, the Blazers defeated […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for week ending Dec. 2

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Cotton fields are being shredded and disked to comply with Cotton Plowdown Regulations. All fields must be brought into compliance prior to December 20th . Black-eyed beans are being exported to Guadeloupe. Seed is being shipped in and planted to winter forage crops such as wheat, barley, and other […]

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Immersion is the only way for Raya

After coming back to the states at age 12, Lucas Raya learns English and becomes a starter for the Spartans By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN STRATHMORE – Immersion has become a way of life for Strathmore’s nose guard Lucas Raya. Since moving in permanently with his father, Larry Raya, he has learned everything from English to the […]

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Jr. Monarchs make second straight Valley Championship appearance

Fourth and fifth graders learn more than the game of football while competing for championships By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – Since Steve Lentz took over the Exeter Jr. Monarchs football team in 2016, his mission has been to change the culture. After setting in motion new philosophies and training, you can say it is working. […]

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Golden West defeats CVC 27-21 in overtime to take home first football Valley championship

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA– By the end of Friday night’s Division IV Valley Championship tilt, Golden West players were crying tears of joy. Whether it was because they finally grasped the school’s first valley championship in football or because of the nail-biting battle is anyone’s guess. One thing is for sure though: players, coaches and […]

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Community Calendar: December

November  |  January/February December 1 – The Exeter Christmas Parade on Pine Street will begin at 6:30 p.m. For more information, contact Exeter Community Services at 559-592-5262. December 1 – The Lemon Cove Women’s Club is holding their annual Holiday Bazaar and Bake Sale Open House from 4 to 7 p.m. at the historic Pogue Hotel, 32792 Sierra […]

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BBB suggests smart shopping tips for the holidays

Holiday spending is expected to shatter previous records @TheSunGazette FRESNO – The holiday shopping season is right around the corner, which means consumers will be out in full force looking for the perfect gifts for their loved ones for the next month. But there are some things to consider before perusing the net for just the […]

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Woodlake City Council issues regulatory permits to cannabis companies Green Bean Pharm and CCW LLC

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – This month’s final election results showed that 308 Woodlake voters were in favor of a commercial cannabis tax, and now the City is ready to use it. As recently as Monday the Woodlake City Council voted 3-1, with Greg Gonzales absent and Frances Ortiz as the lone dissenting vote, to […]

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More antique stores participate in Exeter’s annual Christmas Open House Thursday evenings now through Dec. 21

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN EXETER – Hipsters looking to ironically bring back antiquated items, “slow” living movements emphasizing local shops and farmers markets, and national days set aside for small businesses are all trying to capitalize on something Exeter has always known – you can’t really have a strong community without a downtown vested in locally […]

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