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Traffic signals being installed at two intersections

City begins work this week to install permanent signals at County Center and Houston, Mooney and Riggin @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Two busy intersections in north Visalia will soon have permanent traffic signals installed as well as other improvements.  On Monday, March 4 work began to install traffic signals at the intersection of County Center Street […]

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Tulare County absent from ‘Schools to Watch’ list

No local schools were listed among California’s high-performing middle schools @TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO — The state of California recently released its ‘Schools to Watch’ list of high-performing middle schools across the state. Noticeably absent from the list were any middle schools from Tulare County.  On Feb. 28, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond announced that […]

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VUSD plants seed for new Sequoia High

Visalia Unified will break ground on new continuation high school on March 14 By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Sequoia High School has been helping students struggling in high school to get a fresh start for more than 50 years. Next week, the continuation high school campus with get a fresh start of its own. Visalia […]

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Teen caught trying to steal alcohol twice at the same store

A 15-year-old boy returned to the same store twice in one day to steal some alcohol when he was arrested by responding officers @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Lazy, distracted, and unmotivated are common words used to describe the current generation of youth. But if a recent crime report is any indication, misguided might be the most […]

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Lindsay forum asks if marijuana will hurt or help

Attorney Mario Zamora will lead discussion on how marijuana has affected other cities and how Lindsay should manage the formerly illicit drug @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – While opioids may be a national crisis, the issue of marijuana is a national conundrum.  Is it a natural “wonder drug” for pain and anxiety, a “new plague of addiction” […]

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Public safety takes center stage at Knights of Columbus dinner

Knights of Columbus dinner recognizes first responders in Exeter, Farmersville, Woodlake who go above and beyond By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette EXETER – Public service is often a thankless job, especially when it comes to first responders. They are there when we need them the most, refuse credit for their life saving and […]

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Sidewalks will soon connect kids to school in Woodville

County goes out to bid on sidewalks from rural town’s major intersection to elementary school @TheSunGazette WOODVILLE – Students at a rural Tulare County school will soon be able to walk to school on sidewalks instead of the dirt shoulder of one of the community’s busiest roadways.  At its Feb. 26 meeting, the Tulare County […]

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53-year-old rapist gets 44-years to life in prison

Tommy Ponce, Sr. raped an unconscious woman after finding her walking home intoxicated @TheSunGazette VISALIA – A midlife Visalia rapist will likely live longer behind bars than he did as a free man. On March 1, Tulare County Superior Court Judge Joseph Kalashian sentenced Tommy Ponce, Sr., age 53, to 44 years-to-life in prison for […]

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Conference discusses how to have a positive impact in your workplace

Generation gaps, sexual harassment, mentoring and boundaries discussed at breakout sessions of Impact Leadership Conference @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Navigating the workplace can be difficult for managers and co-workers. Today’s workforce is filled with different generations with different motivations. Training isn’t just about doing your job better, it’s about treating your co-workers better. Young workers need […]

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