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OBF parade means it’s time to party in Lindsay

87th annual Orange Blossom Festival Parade is April 13, this year’s theme is “It’s Fiesta Time!” @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – After a cold and wet winter, Lindsay residents are ready to get outside, get reacquainted with neighbors, and get into spring. In other words, it’s time for Orange Blossom Festival.  The 87th annual Orange Blossom Festival […]

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Farmersville cosponsors meeting with Central Valley Empowerment Alliance, Assem. Devon Mathis

@TheSunGazette FARMERSVILLE — There is a housing crisis in Tulare County. There are not enough homes to meet demand and when homes and apartments do come on the market the rents and mortgages are rising at a faster rate than the average household income. No city knows this better than Farmersville were most single family […]

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Visalia resident Dale Ball says he has plans to mount card next to Babe Ruth statue at Yankee Stadium

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – Visalia resident Dale Ball made national, and local, headlines in February when he realized he bought a Babe Ruth baseball card potentially worth $2 million for just eight bucks. Now that the dust has settled, auctioneers have told him he could sell the things off for anywhere between $4 and […]

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Tulare breaks ground on $10 million Cartmill widening project between Hwy 99 and De La Vina St.

By Nancy Vigran Reporting for the Sun-Gazette TULARE – Courting new business is something Tulare has been involved with for years. But the mayor and the rest of city council have now made it a priority. With that in mind, ground was broken last week for an improvement project along Cartmill Ave. It’s a $10 […]

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Luck runs out for California Lottery-winning liquor store

EZ Mart Liquor sold two winning $5 million Scratchers the last two years but was recently robbed of its California Lottery display @TheSunGazette VISALIA – The phrase “lots of luck” has a dual meaning at EZ Mart Liquor in Visalia. For the last two years, it sums up the store’s streak of selling winning Scratchers […]

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Revisiting Visalia Tourism

Visit Visalia begins larger marketing effort as the result of a 2% district tax intended to help increase hotel stays By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – Tulare County has been a historical pass through between the urban hubs of Los Angeles and San Francisco. But as of last Thursday, a board of Visalia hotel owners and […]

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Lindsay votes 3-2 to award Jimora Enterprises Friday Night Market, ending Chamber’s hope of retention

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY – The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce’s days of running the Friday Night Market are over. After falling $20,000 behind on contractual payments to the City, Lindsay administration and three of the five councilmembers decided it is time to go with someone new. There was very little discussion over nail in the Chamber’s coffin […]

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LHS video shows students how to ‘Step Up, Step In’ against sexual violence

Family Services and Lindsay High School Students present PSA on sexual assault prevention @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – No one is ever prepared for sexual harassment, and certainly not sexual assault. But we should all be ready to do our part to prevent it or at least intervene when we see it. That was the message of […]

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Worlds clash in ‘Once on This Island’

Office of Education Theater Company performs Broadway adaptation of Little Mermaid fairy tale April 11-13 @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – This month, Tulare County theatergoers have the opportunity to visit the Caribbean through a touching story of love and loss as told in the musical “Once on This Island JR.” The production is an original adaptation […]

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‘Child Find’ seeks kids with special ed needs

Office of Education offers assistance to families with children in need of special education services @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Parents or friends who believe that a child may have a mental or physical disability can obtain assistance from the Tulare County Office of Education or their local school district. The Child Find Project is designed to identify […]

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