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Story of the Year: California killer was Exeter cop

California’s notorious Golden State Killer was a former Exeter police officer ,Joseh pJames DeAngelo Jr., and served under the badge during the multi-year crime spree that plagued Visalia and Exeter and the murder of journalism professor Claude Snelling By Paul Myers & Reggie Ellis @TheSunGazette CALIFORNIA – Joseph James DeAngelo Jr., California’s alleged Golden State […]

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Central California residents raise concerns over fracking

Bureau of Land Management releases public comments on plan to use controversial mining technique in Tulare County and five other counties @TheSunGazette BAKERSFIELD – A controversial method of extracting natural gas from rocks deep beneath the surface has hundreds of central California residents concerned. Last month, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s Bakersfield Field Office […]

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F’ville circles problem intersection

City Council authorizes study of placing a roundabout at the intersection of Walnut Avenue and Freedom Drive By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN FARMERSVILLE – Traffic circulation in Farmersville has long been a problem for parents of school-age children. With only one north-south thoroughfare in Farmersville Boulevard, getting students between Snowden, Farmersville Junior High and Freedom Elementary […]

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New laws in the new year

Tulare County pilot program to prevent repeat DUI offenders goes statewide @TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO – A pilot program to prevent repeat DUI offenders in Tulare County is now statewide law. As of Jan. 1, 2019, Californians found guilty of driving under the influence will have to temporarily install breathalysers in their vehicles to get their driver’s licenses back. […]

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City Council imposes subsidy cap for Rawhide

City caps its annual subsidy to minor league baseball team’s ownership at $300,000 per year By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Sports fans are familiar with a salary cap, where teams must keep their player payroll under a total for the year in order to even the playing field between large market and small market […]

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Visalia blood is going to the bank

Central California Blood Bank gets approval to move to the former Central Valley Community Bank Building on Caldwell By Nancy Vigran, Reporter for the Sun-Gazette VISALIA – Visalia’s planning commission voted unanimously for a conditional-use permit which will allow the Central California Blood Center (CCBC) to move its local facility from Mooney Blvd. to the […]

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Local sworn in a CHP officer

EUHS grad, Lindsay resident Brandon Briones completes cadet training at CHP Academy @TheSunGazette WEST SACRAMENTO – Brandon Briones of Lindsay, Calif., has successfully completed the cadet-training course at the California Highway Patrol (CHP) Academy.  Following a course of instruction that lasted more than six months, he is assigned to duty at the CHP’s Central Los […]

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Drunken man hits woman, tries to bite two officers

Michael Fitzgerald, 54, had to be held down by several people before police arrived @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Halfway between holidays, one Visalia man either had too much to drink as part of his post-Christmas celebration or pre-New Year’s toast, or both. Either way, 54-year-old Michael Fitzgerald hurt several people, including two officers, and himself. Just […]

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Lindsay Kiwanis Club names TERRIFIC kids for November

Lindsay Kiwanis Club recognized Osvaldo Espinoza-Cabrera and Lucero Herrera-Valdez for their outstanding character in the month of November @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Three lucky students who exemplify the best Lindsay Unified strives for were selected as Kiwanis learners for the month of November. Kiwanis is dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at […]

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Obituary: Victoria Lei Nagle

Victoria Lei Nagle of Exeter, Calif. passed away this month at the age of 70. Victoria, better known as Vicki, was born in Hilo, Hawaii on Oct. 17, 1948 to Frank and Angelina Baptiste. Her family moved to Northern California where she graduated from St. Elizabeth’s High School in 1966 in Oakland, California. Vicki began […]

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