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Editorial: Dramatic Miller continues to rerun his mouth

Today ends in the letter “Y”, this week marks the end of a fiscal year ending in an odd number and one of the wettest years on record has begun the slide toward our next drought. These cyclical occasions also mark another inevitable occurrence – discourse at the Exeter District Ambulance. In the latest episode […]

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Woodlake Council weighs pot sales for grant funding

By Gerald Carroll Special to The Sun-Gazette woodlake – Pot plants in Woodlake could yield a pot of money for Woodlake public safety if they allow dispensaries and cultivation in the city limits. But there is still much to be discussed before the City moves forward with a ballot measure to allow for cannabis in the city. […]

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County moves forward on becoming GSA

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN tulare county – In 2015 the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) forced stakeholders, governments and all interested parties to the table. Together they had to figure out how to manage groundwater themselves in order to keep the State of California from doing it themselves. Now, two years later there have been […]

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Traffic Splits on Visalia Road

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN farmersville – The City of Farmersville passed a milestone in the largest road project in the city’s history earlier this month. On June 12, road crews opened up a single lane on the south side of Visalia Road to split east and westbound traffic for the first time since starting the […]

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State holds up $200 million school funds

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN tulare county – The State’s decision to delay the sale of statewide school bonds approved by voters is holding up just under $200 million for Tulare County school districts to repair and update aging schools as well as build new schools to alleviate overcrowding. Last month, the Coalition for Adequate School […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Fields are being prepared and planted with summer beans, silage corn, Sudan grass, and silage sorghum. Wheat harvest for grain is nearing completion. Small grains such as oats and barley are being cut and baled, or harvested for grain. Alfalfa fields are making excellent progress; and being irrigated, cut, […]

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Lindsay graduates soar toward dreams

By Mackenzie Carmen @MCarmen549 lindsay – The 204 graduates of Lindsay High School painted the football field with their red and white gowns, and made it clear that their dreams would come true. The class of 2017 received nearly half a million dollars in scholarships and has students embarking on their own adventures to universities […]

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Strathmore’s small but might Spartans

By Patrick Dillon @pdillon_sgn strathmore – Strathmore High School’s graduating class of only 69 students makes them the smallest graduating class from a regular high school in the foothill community. But despite their size they have helped shape their alma mater over the last four years. Together they have left a testament of what it […]

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Cause of Dinely Fire still unknown, contained 100% as of Saturday

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN three rivers – Three Rivers got a rude awakening last Wednesday June 7 when a wild fire consumed 339 acres near Dinely Drive. In all 54 engines/trucks, 25 fire crews, five water tenders, two helicopters and 556 total personnel were used to contain the fire 100% by 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, […]

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