Welcome Guest! You have 5 free reads leftLogin/Register
Breaking News
You Are Here: Home » News (Page 6)

Exeter council secures inbox messages

City council members approve assigning themselves City email addresses to secure correspondence By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – The City of Exeter is trying to make correspondence just a little safer for their council members. Last week the Council voted 4-0 to assign themselves city email addresses. Up until now council members have electronically received […]

Read more

State puts highway projects in the fast lane

Caltrans will begin $5.5 million in highway improvement projects before next summer @TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO — Tulare County will be getting five and a half million dollars in additional highway funds before next summer. The largest of the Tulare County projects will improve Highway 99 through the city of Tulare. The $3.6 million pavement project will […]

Read more

Tree raffle to raise funds for Exeter Library

Exeter’s Friends of the Library is asking community to donate ornaments for tree to be raffled off in December @TheSunGazette EXETER – Books and Christmas have gone hand-in-hand since the first copy of “The Night Before Christmas” was bound and shared by families in pre-industrial America. In anticipation of this upcoming Christmas, Exeter’s Friends of […]

Read more

Farmersville makes budgetary progress

Mayor Paul Boyer boasts City budget for $100,000 budgetary surplus rolling into 2018-2019 fiscal year By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – Farmersville has gone through salary freezes, budget cuts and a sales tax increase over the last year, and it is beginning to pay off. At the Sept. 24 Farmersville City Council […]

Read more

Upcoming school bond means schools immediately

Dear Editor, Visalia’s burgeoning population and aging core school facilities pose a threat to our education system. Soon voters will be able to address this problem by approving Measure A. This proposal would borrow $105 million and unlock a comparable amount of state dollars for the immediate benefit of our students. Why borrow? There are good economic […]

Read more

Obituary: Clorie Gill

Clorie Gill of Exeter, Calif. passed away on Sept. 23, 2018 at the age of 96. She was born in Goldthwaite, Texas on Dec. 3, 1921 to parents Dollie and David Clarence Langford. Clorie was raised by her mother on a small family farm with her three brothers Don, Duward and Dorman. She took pride […]

Read more

County passes strongest budget in 20 years

Record $1.26 billion budget adds to reserves, funds new facilities, and pays out more to employees By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY – Tulare County passed its largest and strongest budget, possibly ever, last week. The record $1.26 billion budget showed continued increases in property taxes, added $2 million to reserves, implemented pay increases for […]

Read more

© 1901 - 2018 The Sun-Gazette Newspaper ~ Powered By Wordpress

Scroll to top