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Crime Lines: Officer shoots gunman after store robbery

Roman Escarsega allegedly hit a child, shot up a family’s home before robbing convenience store @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Visalia Police officers were able to arrive within minutes of a convenience store robbery and then shoot and catch a man who allegedly hit a child, fired at family members and then robbed a store before shooting […]

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Oktoberfest offers the best of autumn in the Valley

Visalia Chamber event features local food, beer, wine, coffee and cigars Sept. 28 at Vossler Farms @TheSunGazette VISALIA – What better way to kick off fall than with an event celebrating the harvest of local food, beer and wine at a pumpkin patch. On Friday, Sept. 28 the Visalia Chamber of Commerce will host its 5th annual […]

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Drivers should avoid Demaree/Goshen in Oct.

Additional lane restrictions, closures at the intersection begin Oct. 1, end Nov. 2 @TheSunGazette visalia – Visalians who haven’t found a route to avoid Demaree and Goshen on their daily commute will want to get a plan in gear before Oct. 1. On Monday, Oct. 1, construction on the intersection of Demaree Street and Goshen […]

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Candidates face off at forum on Sept. 27

Candidates for County Superintendent of Schools, State Assembly District 26 will face off in Visalia @TheSunGazette VISALIA– In a democracy, elections are the public’s way of hiring its representatives. Campaigns are, essentially, job applications and candidate forums are job interviews. Forums are an opportunity for the voters to see and hear candidates’ views on crucial issues. The […]

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Cal Ripken World Series returns to Visalia in ’19

Best 12-year-old teams from around the country will compete at Cal Ripken Major/60 World Series next summer at Riverway Sports Park @TheSunGazette visalia — Thousands of people from all over the nation will fill the stands at Riverway Sports Park next August as the Cal Ripken World Series returns to Visalia. Visalia Youth Baseball, Visalia […]

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Latino professionals to strengthen their roots

Tulare County presenters speak at Central Valley Latino Conference Sept. 20-21 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – The Valley’s only conference for Latinos by Latinos will be held this month in Visalia. The 6th Annual Central Valley Latino Conference is a statewide gathering of fellow Latino professionals on Sept. 20 and 21 at the Visalia Convention Center. Titled […]

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Does Measure A answer a need?

Visalia Unified may show signs of declining enrollment but city’s population is expected to grow By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Business leaders, non-profit directors and civic officials are all represented on the committee formed to support the passage of a school bond in Visalia. They argue voters this November should support Measure A, a […]

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Food pantry building fund is half full

Visalia Emergency Aid Council is more than halfway to goal of raising $600,000 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – A little more than a year after kicking off its campaign to build a new food pantry, the Visalia Emergency Aid Council (VEAC) is more than halfway to its goal of paying for the construction. To date, nearly 6,000 […]

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Illegal fireworks still blowing up city’s efforts

City Council to consider increasing fines, banning fireworks after midnight on July 4 By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Illegal fireworks continue to skyrocket in Visalia despite $1,000 fines, 23 booths selling legal fireworks, 14-foot “zero tolerance” banners draped on fire stations, and three fireworks shows within the city limits. The city even added a […]

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Curtain falls on theater company’s play for building

City Council rejects Enchanted Playhouse’s offer, ends negotiations in nonprofit’s bid to purchase Main Street Theater despite upcoming events By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – The final curtain has fallen for a children’s theater company’s productions at the Main Street Theater. On Sept. 6, the Visalia City Council informed the Enchanted Playhouse Theater Company (EPTC) […]

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