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

Strathmore High School: Retiring teacher Debra Clevenger walks with the class of 2018 as they receive their diplomas

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN STRATHMORE – There are moments in life which seem to last forever and then there are those that fly by. The latter was true for the Strathmore Class of 2018. The 63 students felt as if they had just begun their journey when it was time to receive their diplomas in front […]

Read more

Lindsay High School Graduation: Largest Cardinal flock leaves Lindsay High nest

231 learners receive their diplomas making the class of 2018 one of the largest in the school’s history By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY – One of the largest classes to graduate from Lindsay High School donned their red and white gowns last Friday night. In all 231 learners received their diplomas. Among them were the last […]

Read more

Woodlake girl awarded $5K from SoCalGas

Utility announces scholarships totaling $225,000 to 45 students pursuing higher education @TheSunGazette  LOS ANGELES — A Woodlake graduate is starting off her post-secondary education fueled with a $5,000 scholarship from SoCalGas.  Earlier this week, Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) today announced that Kiara Benavides of Woodlake was among three Central Valley students to receive a $5,000 […]

Read more

New book by Millennial Patrick Kelly and Boomer Dr. Hans Finzel addresses tensions between Millennials and Boomers in the workplace

@TheSunGazette FRESNO – Sparks are flying every day in workplaces, government, education, clubs and churches between America’s two largest generations. Is there a way for Millennials and Boomers to actually thrive together in life and work—not just lob insulting judgments at one another? At least two minds from each of those eras believe there is.  […]

Read more

Tulare County Crop Report for the week ending June 9

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: With wheat silage harvest almost completed, most fields that are being replanted with summer beans, silage corn, Sudan grass, and silage sorghum. Cultivation of these crops continues for weed control. Wheat harvest for grain has begun, and the byproduct wheat straw is being baled for livestock consumption. Wheat, oats, […]

Read more

Tulare County communities and community partners work to bring fun for kids on Friday nights during summer

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Summer months in the Valley not only usher a spike in heat, but also a spike in crime. According to Tulare County, crime rates during summer peak between 8 p.m. and midnight. That is why in the of summer 2011, the Tulare County Step Up Advisory Committee challenged communities to get […]

Read more

Obituary: Virginia Lee (Lambert) Caraway

Virginia Lee (Lambert) Caraway, RN BSN PhN CDDN CADE ONE OF THE THOUSAND POINTS OF LIGHT. America was fortunate to have the spirit and light that Virginia brought to every task she loved. When President Bush talked about “Points of Light,” he was referring to Virginia. May her memory always be a blessing. – Engels family. […]

Read more

Obituary: Joyce Vail

Joyce Vail Joyce Vail of Exeter, Calif. passed away on June 8, 2018 in Exeter at the age of 82. She was born on Jan. 26, 1936 in Exeter and raised there graduating from Exeter High School. She will continue to shine in our hearts forever as she Rests High on the Mountain. She was […]

Read more

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

Scroll to top