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Goshen residents looking to put park plan into motion

County Parks & Rec reaches out for community comments on unnamed park By Nancy Vigran, Reporter for The Sun-Gazette GOSHEN – Approximately 20 Goshen residents sat down with Tulare County Parks & Recreation personnel in a forum on Nov. 8 to discuss just how they would like to use the local park. Yet, unnamed, the […]

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Council decision is final act in Main Street Theater sale

City Council approves final reading for sale of the Main Street Theater to restaurant developer By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Since a crowd of supporters packed the Visalia Convention Center on July 16, the number of people pleading with the Visalia City Council not to sell the Main Street Theater has dwindled to two. […]

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Visalia Unified’s Measure A is passing, but not by much

Visalia Unified’s $105 million school bond is leading by just 500 votes By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – About half of the candidates for school board were undecided and the Visalia area seemed split on whether Visalia Unified School District needed to pass a second bond measure in six years. And those sentiments seemed to […]

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Visalia animal shelter risks reaching capacity after expanding services

Visalia Animal Control shelter comes close to reaching capacity with expansion to Exeter and Farmersville leading to increased risk of euthanasia By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette TULARE COUNTY – As of Nov. 1, Visalia Animal Control has taken on a higher work load, now providing Exeter and Farmersville with an animal control officer, […]

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Brian Poochigian to be youngest Visalia city councilman

36-year-old logistics supervisor will replace Warren Gubler on the Visalia City Council By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Brian Poochigian may have been the youngest of the three candidates vying for a seat on the City Council, but the 36-year-old had the most political experience, and ultimately, the most votes. Poochigian finished election night with […]

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Three armed robberies may be linked to each other

Police investigate two robberies that happened on Nov. 10 and another on Nov. 6 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Police are searching for a man who committed two armed robberies, and possibly a third, last week. Two of the armed robberies occurred within three hours of the same night and had very similar descriptions. At 12:10 a.m. […]

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Visalia City Council disagrees on whether the city should build a civic center, community center or aquatics center

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – A presentation about a proposed community center turned into a longterm planning discussion that spilled over into an aquatics center and then shifted to the need for a civic center last month. Parks and Recreation Director Jeannie Greenwood presented the estimated costs associated with a southside community center to […]

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Visalia information goes ‘On Air’ with new podcast

Visalia offers city hall news, community interviews, and positive reinforcement on “Visalia On Air” podcast By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – The City of Visalia is now on the air, the digital airwaves to be precise. Last month, the city announced the first episode of “Visalia On Air,” a podcast with a tagline to “inspire, […]

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Burglar signs a false police report

Rodney McCurdy’s crime spree ended after he signed a false police report to cover up his crimes @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Police caught a Visalia burglar last week after he came to the police station to sign a false police report. Rodney McCurdy, 43, of Visalia called the Visalia Police Department on Oct. 29 to report […]

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