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Micro brews on tap for downtown

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN visalia – The pint glass is half full for local microbreweries wanting to open in Visalia following a recent decision by the Visalia Planning Commission. At its July 11 meeting, the Planning Commission voted unanimously to recommend the City Council approve a “Micro-Brewery, Micro-Winery Overlay District” in the eastern portion of […]

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City, non-profit open the door for homeless solution

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN visalia – Homelessness isn’t a problem for just the individual, it is a social problem that affects neighborhoods and afflicts entire cities. While most cities turn their backs on the problem, shooing those displaced by mental health, job loss or addiction beyond their boundaries, the City of Visalia is attempting to […]

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Visalia Rotary funds $100K in projects thru its foundation

@TheSunGazette visalia – The five Visalia Rotary clubs will make possible the purchase of computers, 3D printers, parking lots, a freezer, computers and stage lighting thanks to donations to the Visalia Rotary Community Foundation. The foundation is a joint effort of five Visalia Rotary clubs and the grants are a result of donations to the […]

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Two churches widen footprint to carry growing congregation

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN visalia – Two churches are planning to build larger sanctuaries to hold their growing congregations. After five years, Victory Outreach is ready to move forward with its plans to build a 200-seat church on Johnson Street and School Avenue. Across town, Fortress of Truth Church is ready to double the size […]

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Small business serves big donations

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN visalia – There is no shortage of Mexican restaurants to choose from in Visalia. Some might say there are too many. But Pablo Martinez insists that each is unique in its own way, bringing flavors from vastly different geographies of Mexico and prepared in a variety of styles from the country’s […]

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Honoring heroes over there and here

@TheSunGazette visalia – Soldiers and first responders have many things in common. They both run toward danger, and, in some cases, the danger fires back. That’s why the Visalia American Legion, Sierra Post 785, will be honoring both veterans, who protected our country from foreign threats, and first responders, who protect us from the threats […]

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A truly healthy career

  By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN Visalia – The Visalia Man of the Year not only touts a healthy career, he touts a career in health. Tom Johnson, like most recipients of the Man of the Year award, doesn’t feel as if he is deserving of it. But Johnson’s propensity for giving is exactly what makes […]

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Online purchase ends in robbery

@TheSunGazette visalia – Buying online might better be done behind a keyboard. That was the lesson learned by the victim of an armed robbery last week. According to the Visalia Police Department, the man purchased an item from Craigslist and was going to meet the seller in person at the Wal-Mart parking lot on Demaree. […]

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