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Wednesday, Jan. 16 At 3:20 p.m. in the 3500 block of W. Monte Vista, officers with the Visalia Police Department’s (VPD) anti-gang unit conducted a probation search at a residence. During the search, the officers located over a pound of methamphetamine and 5.5 grams of heroin. The probationer, 34-year-old Arthur Madrid, was arrested for narcotic […]

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Video segment on Visalia will air Feb. 2-3 on C-SPAN

C-SPAN spotlights Visalia history, authors, and government officials on its American History TV and Book TV By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Visalia will be in the national spotlight next month when C-SPAN brings the city to millions of viewers across the country. A special segment featuring Visalia will air on C-SPAN’s Book TV (Comcast […]

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ACT for Women and Girls leads march for reproductive justice in Visalia

ACT for Women and Girls’ Women’s March returns this Saturday at Oval Park in downtown Visalia By Nancy Vigran Reporting for the Sun-Gazette VISALIA – ACT for Women and Girls is taking the lead in this year’s Women’s March Visalia on Saturday, Jan. 19. Last year, some 1,000 locals participated in the March which started […]

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Knifing at auto shop is Visalia man’s 3rd strike

Robert Lee Stephens faces life in prison after history of violence against his spouse, others @TheSunGazette VISALIA – A Visalia man with a history of violence will likely spend the rest of his life in prison. On Jan. 4 Tulare County Superior Court Judge Gary Paden sentenced Robert Lee Stephens, 48, of Visalia, to 36 […]

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Tulare County Medical Society honors Dr. Skaff for 40 years of service

Dr. George Skaff was a pediatrician with Visalia Medical Clinic for over 40 years @TheSunGazette VISALIA – George Skaff, MD, was recently presented with the George Tiss Memorial Award in recognition of his service to the community and service to medicine. Dr. Skaff, a pediatrician with Visalia Medical Clinic for more than 40 years, was […]

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Akers St. near Riggin in Visalia closed through Feb. 11

Both lanes of Akers Street will be closed between Riggin Avenue and Avenue 320 for work on Modoc Ditch crossing @TheSunGazette VISALIA – A portion of Akers Street is closed this month to replace the concrete tunnel carrying water in Modoc Ditch from once side of the street to the other. The City of Visalia […]

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Visalia Fire Dept. strike teams actually netted the city nearly $15,000 during the 2017-18 fire season

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – The devastation to life and property of wildfires is well documented in California’s history. Fires in the last three to five years have been some of the most deadly, killing hundreds of people, melting thousands of homes and wiping entire cities from the landscape. It might seem callous at the […]

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St. Paul warming center open until March 1 after no appeal was filed by Dec. 31

In light of the Visalia Planning Commission denying an appeal to the St. Paul warming center in downtown, no second appeal was field leaving the center open until March 1 By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA– Visalia’s only warming center at the St. Paul Episcopal Church is now guaranteed to be open through March 1 since […]

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Visalia Downtown Rotarians to roast Stan Simpson on Feb. 23 for the club’s inaugural charity fundraiser

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – What do you do when you get the chance to honor a fourth-generation Visalian who has dedicated their free time to the Visalia Rotary Club as president, Visalia Economic Development Corporation as president and once owned the Visalia Oaks in the 1980s? Well the answer is simple: make fun of him. All […]

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