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VEAC breaks ground on new food pantry

Event brings $30,000 in donations to Visalia Emergency Aid Council’s effort to raise $750,000 By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – One year ago, Visalia’s food pantry kicked off their campaign to raise $750,000 for a new warehouse to store enough food to meet the growing demand of the city. On June 14, the Visalia Emergency Aid […]

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City of Visalia slows traffic on nine segments of roadway

City Council approves changes to speed limits, increases speeds on two segments of roadway By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Traffic will be slowing down in Visalia this year, and not necessarily due to road construction.  At its June 4 meeting, the Visalia City Council approved recommendations for the posted speed limit of 22 segments of […]

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Visalia Chamber names annual award winners who use their success to help their community

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Each year the Visalia Chamber of Commerce honors those businesses and individuals who consistently go above and beyond to support our community.  This year is no exception – dozens of businesses were nominated for these prestigious awards which date back to 1952 when C.T. Buckman received the first Man of the Year […]

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June 25 meeting at Manuel Hernandez Elementary will inform commuters, businesses on Goshen/Demaree intersection construction

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – If you live on the northwest side of Visalia and are wondering how construction at one of Visalia’s busiest intersections will affect your commute, customers or calls for service, you’ll be able to ask city staff directly this coming Monday. The City of Visalia and 4 Creeks, Inc., will host a public […]

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VUSD lowers price tag of bond measure

Visalia Unified school board gets first look at ballot language for possible $109 million bond measure to build a fifth high school By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Visalia Unified took another step closer to placing a nine-figure bond measure on the November ballot, and it will cost less than original estimates.  The Visalia Unified School […]

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Woman, unborn child die in crash

Visalia man is charged with felony DUI after June 15 head-on collision kills pregnant mother and her unborn child @TheSunGazette VISALIA – One Orosi family will be without their mother and unborn child after a fatal collision on Friday, June 15. According to a California Highway Patrol (CHP) collision report, David Edma, 24, from Visalia […]

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Self-Help Enterprises opens first of five Book Nooks at affordable housing complexes in Tulare County

@TheSunGazette GOSHEN — Tulare County has the fourth lowest literacy rate of California counties. According to a 2003 study conducted by the National Center of Education Statistics, nearly one-third of adults living in Tulare County are functionally illiterate, 10% higher than the state average. And just as it strives to help low-income families find safe, […]

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Visalia’s proposed two-year budget shows surpluses for the next two years, but deficits looming on the horizon

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – In the next six years, Visalia will have to work efficiently to keep its financial head above water, but it won’t have to carry the weight that may have other cities drowning in red ink.  The Visalia City Council got its first look at its next two-year budget on June […]

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