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Rawhide announce front office staff changes

Employees Cody Gray, Charlie Saponara transition out, Jill Webb expands her role in the front office @TheSunGazette VISALIA – The Visalia Rawhide announced yesterday that two longtime Front Office employees, Assistant General Manager of Ballpark Operations Cody Gray and Assistant General Manager of Groups, Ticketing, and Events Charlie Saponara, are leaving the ballclub this offseason […]

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County says ‘No’ to drugs, alcohol with Red Ribbon event on Oct. 18

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – The effects of drug addiction and alcohol abuse scar families. Without treatment the wounds of substance abuse can run for generations. That is what it so important to stop the harm caused by drugs and alcohol by gathering as much awareness as possible. And this month the Tulare County Health & Human […]

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Chamber of Commerce is looking for proposals for next Visalia SOUP crowdfunding event

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – How do you “feed” a good idea? With a homemade batch of SOUP. The Visalia Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Visalia Convention Center, Fresno Pacific University – Visalia Campus and River Cross Church is now accepting proposals for its second Visalia SOUP event on Oct. 20. Visalia SOUP supports the entrepreneurial spirit […]

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City Council approves a 20-year lease for Course Co. takeover of Valley Oak Golf Course

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Local golfers may not notice a difference in the Valley Oak Golf Course from this year to the next, but over the next 20 years there is now the potential of major improvements being made to both the course and its operations. At its Sept. 18 meeting, the Visalia City […]

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Student arrested at home for threatening gun violence at Ridgeview Middle School

@TheSunGazette VISALIA  – A middle school student was taken into custody last week for threatening to shoot up the school. At 8 a.m. on Sept. 18, the Visalia Unified School District administration was notified by Visalia Police Department that a Ridgeview Middle School student was taken into custody for threats of gun violence. Visalia Police […]

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Visalia Chamber launches new Emerge entrepreneurship project

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – The Visalia Chamber is hoping to help entrepreneurs’ businesses Emerge from idea to industry. On Thursday, Sept. 21 the Visalia Chamber of Commerce launched Emerge, their newest entrepreneurship program. The Emerge entrepreneurship program was created to give new and future business owners a hands on learning experience. Participants will learn core entrepreneurial […]

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Tulare County Sheriff’s Department makes first arrest using unique SmartWater CSI program

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – An innovative product helped blow the whistle on two train horn thieves last week. On Sept. 15, detectives with the Tulare County Sheriff’s Agriculture Crimes Unit arrested the thieves in the first known case using SmartWater CSI products to link suspects to the crime scene in Tulare County. Not seen by […]

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Vise brings craft beer and food trucks together

Vise Brewing Co., Inc. approved for unique taproom on S. Cain St., outside brewery district @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Downtown Visalia is filling up with breweries faster than a Friday night pint! The Visalia Planning Commission approved a conditional use permit for Vise Brewing at its Sept. 11 meeting. Vise Brewing Company, Inc. will be located […]

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Visalia Industrial Park is growing interest, square footage from manufacturers and distributors

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – The City of Visalia is feeling pretty good about business, and the feeling is mutual and mutually beneficial. In his update of the industrial park on Sept. 5, economic development manager Devon Jones told the City Council that businesses located in the city’s industrial park off Plaza Drive are reporting […]

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Visalia Police Log

Visalia Police Log Friday, Sept. 15 At 8:45 p.m. at Mooney Grove Park, officers responded to a burglar alarm. Officers arrived to find an unknown suspect had smashed multiple windows and doors to the exterior of the museum. Once inside, the suspect smashed numerous glass display cases containing historical artifacts. Damage was estimated at over […]

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