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Chad Hilvers breaks own record at CSL Championship

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN REEDLEY – Exeter’s Chad Hilvers continued to raise the bar in the high jump competition during the Central Sequoia League Championship at Immanuel’s Sporting Complex on Wednesday. He broke his own record in the event by topping 6 feet, 7 inches. “I already knew this was coming,” Hilvers said. “I’ve continued to […]

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Brewhouse chain plans to raze building on Mooney for its newest location

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – A popular chain of brewpubs is ready to tap into Visalia’s growing list of micro brews. BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse is currently in the planning stages of opening its latest location on Mooney Boulevard. The restaurant will be located in the 8,000 square foot building that was formerly home to […]

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Lawn Love looks for green in Exeter partnership

On-demand service works with local small businesses to compete with corporate lawn care companies @thesungazette.com exeter – Large landscaping corporations may provide lawn care, but only local gardeners love your lawn. That’s why one California company has created software that is helping hundreds of small businesses by offering them with the resources they lack, such […]

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Lindsay passes first reading permitting entertainment venues to sell, consume cannabis onsite

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Lindsay continues on the path to light up the town with cannabis dispensaries and cultivation facilities. And as of their latest meeting, they are on the way to onsite cannabis consumption. At their April 23 meeting the Lindsay City Council held their first reading of some slight, but still major […]

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New grocer is marked improvement for Farmersville

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN FARMERSVILLE – For the first time in three years, Farmersville residents walked, biked, and drove to the grocery store last weekend without having to leave town. Sam’s Foods Supermarket opened its doors at 250 E. Visalia Road at 7 a.m. on Saturday, May 4. Store manager Abel Ahmed said more than 1,500 […]

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Supervisor salaries are no longer affected by increases to DA, sheriff, auditor or assessor

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY – Two years ago, county employees were in uproar when the Board of Supervisors received a 6% raise while staff only received a 2% raise. The extra 4% was added almost automatically to the 2% raise they shared with employees because of an odd rule stating that Supervisors receive a […]

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Assemblyman Devon Mathis receives first challenger for 2020 election

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – In the day and age of social media and wall-to-wall news coverage, politics is never far away. And with the 2020 election 18 months from now, challengers are already throwing their hats in the ring. At least that’s the case for the 26th Assembly District. Democratic challenger Drew Phelps, began his […]

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CarMax files initial plan for Mooney location

By John Lindt Sierra2theSea News Service VISALIA– CarMax has filed a preliminary plan with the City of Visalia to oplen a location on Mooney Boulevard. Fresno developer Jim Shehadey, the developer of the proposed shopping center, did not return calls for comment. CarMax is the United States’ largest used-car retailer and a Fortune 500 company. […]

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Woodlake saddles up for pro rodeo

66th Annual Woodlake Lions Rodeo carries on Mother’s Day tradition, May 11-12 @TheSunGazette WOODLAKE – Rodeo fans get ready… The 66th annual Woodlake Lions Rodeo will carry on their Mother’s Day Weekend tradition, May 11-12 at the Woodlake Lions Rodeo Grounds north of Woodlake, Calif.!  Hosted by the Woodlake Lions Club, the rodeo will feature […]

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Visalia City Council brings road closure lessons, plans full circle

City Council relies on lessons learned from Demaree/Goshen project to plan next roundabout at Santa Fe and Tulare intersection By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – A blighted and congested intersection will get a face lift next year. At its April 15 meeting, the Visalia City Council approved a plan to construct a roundabout at the intersection […]

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