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The Human Bean drive-thru coffee shop planned for 1331 W. Caldwell Ave.

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – A West Coast coffee chain will be opening up its first location in the Valley sometime in the next year in Visalia. At its May 13 meeting, the Visalia Planning Commission approved a drive-thru coffee shop at the corner of Caldwell Avenue and Stonebook Street for The Human Bean. Similar […]

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BLM stifles comments on fracking plan

Valley residents are told oral testimony will not be part of the public comment record on plan to allow new oil drilling, fracking in Central California By Anthony Ferranti Special to The Sun-Gazette BAKERSFIELD – Central Valley and Central Coast residents went to Bakersfield last week with the intention of voicing their opposition to new […]

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Bill Zigler says the phone box impeding vehicles at new roundabout is scheduled to be moved June 10

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Lindsay’s somewhat contentious roundabout at Westwood and Hermosa is a little hung-up on the phone. Well, not quite the phone but a Frontier telephone box. Things have not quite panned out for the City now that their roundabout is mostly complete. Drivers are managing to navigate the new road feature, […]

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Independence Day fireworks show will go on in Visalia

Rawhide Ballclub, radio stations plan clean up day, day-long event at Recreation Park along with annual fireworks show at the stadium on July 3 By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Visalia will continue its tradition of hosting a fireworks show by adding to an existing one. At its May 20 meeting, the Visalia City Council approved […]

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Strathmore student threatens to ‘shoot up’ graduation ceremony

Tulare County Sheriff’s Deputies arrest male student on charges of making terrorist threats @TheSunGazette STRATHMORE – Normally a student’s biggest concern at a graduation ceremony is what to draw on the top of their hat to help them stand out in the crowd. But students and parents at Strathmore Middle School were concerned about the […]

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Golden West upgrades to cost nearly double

Visalia Unified reworks project list, budget to find the funding needed to renovate 40-year-old Golden West High School By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Darice Vieira was among the first graduating class at Golden West High School in Visalia. She remembers the school opened in 1979 with hand-me-down desks from Redwood High School, no band uniforms, […]

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Seven things to remember about Memorial Day

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER– Most everyone knows that Memorial Day is not just another three-day weekend. It is an opportunity to pause for those who lost their lives in defense of this country. But for those who assembled at the Exeter Cemetery on Monday, they learned a little more about the day. Stan Dillon, a […]

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McKaylie Caesar finishes 23rd in her final race of her historic high school career

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN CLOVIS – McKaylie Caesar’s long distance running career will go down as the greatest for any Lindsay High School runner. Caesar competed in her fifth state competition of her career on Saturday, May 25, for the 101st CIF Track and Field State Championships where she entered her final high school race ranked […]

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Deputies search for man who shot his wife

Police say Randy Scroggins shot his wife in the shoulder May 22 on Farmersville Blvd. @TheSunGazette FARMERSVILLE – The Tulare County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a man they believe shot his wife during a domestic argument in Farmersville.  At around 4:30 p.m. on May 22, Sheriff’s deputies responded to the 1100 block of S. […]

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Lindsay readies for 2019 season with new football field

The football field at Frank Skadan Stadium is resurfaced in time for spring practice, and Lindsay’s annual passing tournament By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY – The first stage of Lindsay Unified School District’s nearly $2 million resurfacing project has been completed. Replacement efforts on the playing surface at Lindsay High School’s Frank Skadan Stadium were completed […]

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