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J.J. Nunes of Tulare teams up with Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs to win Land O’Lakes Farm Bowl on Feb. 1

@TheSunGazette ARDEN HILLS, Minn. – JJ Nunes might have watched the Super Bowl on Sunday from his couch, but two weeks ago the Tulare dairyman competed alongside Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs in a Super Bowl of his own. On Feb. 1, Diggs and Nunes captured the Land O’Lakes Farm Bowl trophy, a light-hearted […]

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Farmersville is safest city in Tulare County, 81st in ranking of California cities

@TheSunGazette FARMERSVILLE – The small city of Farmersville may have its challenges when it comes to tax revenue, but residents can sleep easy knowing they are among the safest cities in California. On Feb. 5, the National Council for Home Safety and Security announced that Farmersville ranked 81 on the list of state’s safest cities […]

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Chevrolet films Equinox SUV commercial in Balch Park for Chinese TV, online audience

By Steve Pastis Special to the Sun-Gazette TULARE COUNTY – A commercial for the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox SUV was filmed in Balch Park for Chinese television and the Internet on Jan. 27-28. Two film production crews with a total of about 60 people, mainly from Southern California but which included a few locals and five […]

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Students share their expertise in applied technology during conference for educators at Ridgeview Middle School

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Nearly 250 educators from 12 California counties and as far away as Colorado came to the second annual Tech Rodeo on Jan. 13 at Ridgeview Middle School in Visalia. The event, organized by Educational Resource Services, was a full day of Education Technology (EdTech) learning and application for teachers and administrators across […]

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EUHS to offer more electives

Exeter Unified School District approves EUHS, COS offerings in media, agriculture, and leadership @TheSunGazette EXETER – Students at Exeter High School will have more electives to choose from this fall after the school board approved new courses from media broadcasting to wedding flowers. The Exeter Unified School District board of trustees approved seven electives for the 2018-19 […]

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Woman of the Year Cheryl Cook dedicates her career and retirement to supporting local youth

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN LINDSAY – The only constant in the Lindsay Unified School District is change, and no one has witnessed more positive changes that have taken place in the educational system than Cheryl Cook. Cook, proudly wrapped in her colorful wardrobe, began her career as a substitute teacher in Delano before taking a position […]

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Taskforce arrests sex trafficker as part of statewide operation

Tulare County Human Trafficking Taskforce participates in statewide Operation Reclaim and Rebuild @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Late last month the Tulare County Human Trafficking Taskforce made some progress in their mission to get human traffickers off the street. The task force along with a multitude of local, state and federal law enforcement authorities participated in the […]

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Assemblyman Devon Mathis writes resolution to name a portion of Highway 190 after fallen deputy, pilot

@TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO – It has been almost two years since the Tulare County Sheriff’s Department lost two of their own in a tragic plane crash. And in that time the the department has made strides in honoring deputy Scott Ballantyne and pilot James Chavez. As of last week Assemblyman Devon Mathis (R-Visalia) introduced ACR 169, […]

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25th annual Springfest show is Feb. 9-11 at the Visalia Convention Center

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – With spring-like weather already in the air, why not get a head start on your household projects by planting some Magnolia in your living room. Linda McIntosh, owner of Etc. (explore the collection) on E Street in Exeter, will be bringing the latest from Magnolia Homes line of furniture to […]

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Award-winning Western music sensation and Strathmore native Juni Fisher returns to Lindsay Feb. 10

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY – If you are wondering how to spend your Valentine’s Day this year, consider a Saturday night out with wine, chocolate and the rustic romanticism of Western music. Strathmore native and Western music sensation Juni Fisher returns to the Lindsay Community Theater on Feb. 10 for one night only. The show starts at 7:30 p.m., and […]

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