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Mayor Warren Gubler is leading a citizens group to Visalia’s sister city Miki, Japan in October

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Mayor Warren Gubler is leading a delegation to one of Visalia’s sister cities, Miki City, Japan this fall.  Travelers will arrive in Miki City on Wednesday, Oct. 3 and their stay will extend through Tuesday, Oct. 9. The public is invited to join in this historic occasion. This trip is open to […]

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Three men sentenced for immigration offenses

Visalia man was one of three Mexican nationals living in the Valley who had been previously deported @TheSunGazette FRESNO — A convicted criminal living in Visalia was one of three Mexican nationals living in the Valley who had previously been deported.  U.S. Attorney McGregor W. Scott announced Julio Cesar Delgadillo, 47, a Mexican national residing […]

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Three shot at large house party

Two adults, one juvenile hospitalized on Aug. 5 while leaving party with more than 100 people on Prospect Avenue @TheSunGazette VISALIA – A large house party turned into a house of horrors last week when three people were shot shortly after leaving the home. At 12:51 a.m. on Aug. 5, officers responded to a report […]

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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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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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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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Supervisors’ gavel closes sale of old courthouse building

Visalia Board of Supervisors sign grant deed for building to new owners; Courthouse Square Ventures expects to close escrow today, Aug. 1 on property By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Downtown Visalia’s most anticipated project is about to officially begin.  Courthouse Square Ventures, LLC is expected to close escrow on the historic courthouse building at the […]

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City Council postpones sale of theater for 90 days to give Enchanted Playhouse Theater Company a second act and possibly a happy ending

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Joshua Zsido has never played the lead character on stage but he earned a standing ovation for his heartfelt performance as the savior of the Main Street Theater earlier this month. Just 13 years old, standing in front of a packed house of peers and elders, Joshua addressed the Visalia […]

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