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Former Woodlake Police Department officer’s lawsuit will return to Tulare county courts

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN woodlake – A former Woodlake Police officer’s civil suit against the City of Woodlake will return to Tulare County after being rejected by the country’s highest court. On June 19, the U.S. Supreme Court denied the petition filed in April by the City of Woodlake appealing a Tulare County Superior Court […]

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Transit route may change in Farmersville

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN farmersville – Farmersville residents on the south edge of the city may finally be able to catch the bus without trekking halfway across town. Residents have probably noticed the large concrete curbing space in front of Roy’s Park that was completed in May. The area was paved and curbed to allow […]

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Lindsay adopts 2017-2018 budget with few changes

By Mackenzie Carmen @MCarmen549 lindsay – In a unanimous vote, the Lindsay City Council adopted their budget which includes Measure O dollars. The City was able to balance nearly all their finances with the exception of the McDermont Field House which still remains $114,500, in the red this year. However, the staff plans to return […]

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Giant Sequoia National Monument strikes nerve with residents, supervisors

By Mackenzie Carmen @MCarmen549 tulare county – A letter will soon be sent to the Department of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, pertaining to the Giant Sequoia National Monument (GSNM). For years, the debate has raged on over whether the monument should permit logging of dead tress as a way to prevent fires. With this letter, […]

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Lindsay budget plans for the past and future

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN lindsay – The City of Lindsay delivered on its promise to answer all of the pre-election questions regarding Measure O after its citizens voted on the tax measure. At a special meeting on June 20, the Lindsay City Council reviewed Measure O expenditures, reviewed its draft budget for fiscal year 2017-18 […]

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Supervisors give raises to employees, officials, themselves

@TheSunGazette tulare county – The Board of Supervisors voted to give more than 700 employees, their fellow elected officials and themselves, a raise last week. At its June 20 meeting, the Supervisors unanimously approved a 3% cost of living increase in 2017-18 and a 2% increase in 2018-19 for unrepresented employees (those not part of […]

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Holding on to Tradition

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN exeter – It was 241 years ago that Americans declared their independence from England and marked the occasion with the firing of muskets and cannons into the sky. Today, the nighttime American landscape is still illuminated each Fourth of July by bursts of fire in the air. It is one of […]

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Youth sports take the field in Farmersville

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN farmersville – Home to Valley championship teams in baseball, soccer and football, Farmersville has done more with less when it comes to youth sports opportunities. Despite not having a budget for a recreation department, City leaders have found a way to transform a dirt lot along Freedom Drive into a sports […]

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