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A&W helps fund middle school jazz band with annual concert fundraiser this Saturday on Mooney Blvd.

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Business getting involved in schools is a great thing that helps young students thrive. And now A&W is welcoming the Visalia community out to their fundraiser. The well known burger joint will have all five Visalia middle school jazz bands participate in the annual concert in the parking lot of the Mooney […]

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Visalia PD to increase officer patrols for traffic safety near schools

@TheSunGazette  VISALIA – Tulare County students will join schools from around the country to celebrate National Walk to School Day today, Oct. 4, As a higher number of students will be walking and rolling to school along with parents, teachers and community leaders, the Visalia Police Deparrment, in partnership with the Visalia Unified School District, […]

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Yellow fever mosquito found in Tulare County

Invasive yellow mosquitoes found in the city of Tulare; mosquito can transmit several human diseases @TheSunGazette TULARE – Residents in Tulare County should make themselves aware that the threat of yellow fever mosquitoes lives in Tulare County. Last week the Tulare Mosquito Abatement District identified the yellow fever mosquito, in the city of Tulare. This […]

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Farmersville council takes time for one of their own

By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – City councils often times have some tough decisions to make from week to week. But every now and again they get to celebrate some of the better parts of their community. And for the Farmersville City Council they set some time aside to give Gus Camacho some […]

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Former Exeter finance director requests additional severance

Exeter’s former finance director Sheri Emerson asks City Council for five additional months of severance potentially costing the City $44,530. By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – The search for Exeter’s next finance director is already underway as interviews were held last week. But there is still some unfinished business between the City and their former finance director […]

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Three PUSD pathways join Lenovo Scholar Network

PUSD students will receive the Benefits of Innovative Program supporting students through STEAM ed. @TheSunGazette PORTERVILLE – The CODE (Computer Operations & Development Education) Pathway at Granite Hills High School, MTA (Multimedia Technology Academy) Pathway at Monache High School, and AOE (Academy of Engineering) at Harmony Magnet Academy have begun the 2017-2018 academic year as […]

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Football: Golden West suffers first loss of season

Redwood Rangers defeat the Golden West Trailblazers 19-7 in a defensive struggle By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – Head coach Paul Preheim’s Golden West Trailblazers have only lost two regular season games through a season and a half, and unfortunately both of those defeats came at the hands of their fellow West Yosemite League (WYL) opponent, […]

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County schools see few gains in state testing

Most districts, schools are below county, state average for number of students meeting or exceeding state standards in English language arts and mathematics By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY — Overall Tulare County schools saw little improvement in state test scores despite a steady gain for schools throughout the rest of the state. The results of the […]

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Visalia mayor Warren Gubler to challenge Devon Mathis for Assembly seat

Visalia Mayor Warren Gubler says he will face off against Devon Mathis for California State Assembly District 26 in 2018 election @TheSunGazette VISALIA – The mayor of the largest population in California’s 26th Assembly District says he represents more than the City of Visalia when it comes to sharing values of majority in this area. […]

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California Dept. of Public Health encourages everyone get a flu shot before winter

@TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO – Winter is coming, and with it the flu. And unlike the old days where you just had to hunker down and deal with it, now you can actively prevent with one easy shot. The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) urges Californians to get the influenza (flu) vaccine in September or October […]

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