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Valley Girl Scouts attempt world record for s’mores

Girl Scouts of Central California South attempt to break world record for most s’mores made simultaneously on Aug. 10 at Mooney Grove Park @TheSunGazette VISALIA – A Girl Scout holds the world record for cookie sales on a single day, and the local council is hoping an upcoming event will help them capture another record […]

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Small districts play big role in upcoming election

Candidates interested in running for office this November must file with Registrar of Voters by 5 p.m. on Aug. 10 @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY –  For the first time in nearly 150 years, residents of Seville and Yettem will have two elections to consider – one for Stone Corral Elementary School district and another about forming […]

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Tulare County tops list for least educated

Visalia-Porterville metro area ranks last among nation’s largest cities in the education level of its residents @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – As local families prepare to go back to school this month, a new report is giving Tulare County and its residents a failing grade when it comes to education. Tulare County, and more specifically the […]

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Water Commission allocates just $171 million for estimated $3 billion dam at Temperance Flat

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY – A Tulare County supervisor is spearheading the effort to secure additional water storage for farmers, cities and water districts throughout the Valley and he got his first victory last week. The Temperance Flat project to build a dam on the upper San Joaquin River east of Fresno was awarded $171 […]

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Newest Starbucks at Mary’s Vineyard gets drive-thru approval

Planning Commission OKs exemption to drive-thru menu sign rules in less than 10 minutes @TheSunGazette VISALIA – The next Starbucks in Visalia is ready to open on the city’s east side after getting a drive-thru approval by the city’s Planning Commission. On July 23, the Planning Commission unanimously approved a conditional use permit for the […]

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Farmersville store owner charged with murder

Aztec Liquor store clerk Harbhajan Mundi arrested after posting bail for attempted murder when landlord died on Sunday @TheSunGazette FARMERSVILLE – Last Monday afternoon Farmersville police officers were dispatched to Aztec Liquor at 898 E. Visalia Rd. after a shooting had occurred.  Early reports indicated the violent conflict began after an ongoing dispute between business […]

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VUSD first district to adopt use of advanced football helmet

$950 football helmets were provided to all four Visalia Unified varsity players thanks to a generous donation by Groppetti family @TheSunGazette VISALIA – When Visalia high school football teams take the field later this month, they will be wearing the same type of helmets worn by their favorite NFL players. More importantly, the helmets will provide […]

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CCM finds flaws in tariff relief programs

California Citrus Mutual issues statements on fed’s $12 billion relief measure for those affected by increased tariffs @TheSunGazette EXETER – The White House proposal to give $12 billion in relief to U.S. farmers to offset losses resulting from the ongoing trade debate has left California Citrus Mutual (CCM), a citrus producers’ voluntary membership trade association, […]

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Tulare County ‘aggressive’ in removing abandoned citrus, limiting ACP

Assistant ag commissioner Tom Tucker implements abandoned citrus abatement program in effort to fight ACP and HLB @TheSunGazette EXETER – California Citrus Mutual (CCM) issued a statement last week praising Tulare County’s efforts in limiting the infestation of the Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) and preventing the introduction of the fatal tree disease huanglongbing (HLB).  In […]

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