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Man walks in, threatens to blow up rec center

Moses Soto walked into City’s Recreation Dept. and then began yelling he had a bomb @TheSunGazette VISALIA – A Visalia man was arrested last week after threatening to blow up a public building. According to the Visalia Police Department, at about 3 p.m. on Dec. 18, 49-year-old Moses Soto walked into the City of Visalia […]

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City building honored as one VECC of a project

Visalia Emergency Communication Center (VECC) named Project of the Year by American Association of Public Works/Central Valley By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – The men and women that make up Visalia’s first responders now have a home to match their decorated dedication. On Nov. 9, the American Association of Public Works/Central California Chapter awarded Visalia’s […]

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Carr drives chamber’s ‘Impact’ to build local leaders

Former NFL quarterback, Fresno State alumnus David Carr keynotes the Visalia Chamber’s 2019 Impact Leadership Conference @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Taking a quick break from the set of NFL Network, Valley football legend David Carr is making time to talk leadership in Visalia. Presenting as the keynote speaker at the 2019 Impact Leadership Conference, on March […]

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Teacher acting ‘weird’ prior to incident

Administrators had received complaints from parents, students that something was wrong with teacher By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – New information related to the arrest of a Visalia teacher for a bizarre classroom incident shows administrators were aware of concerns raised by parents and students that the woman was acting “weird.” Margaret Gieszinger, 52, of […]

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Warming center for homeless frozen by appeal

Planning Commission will consider appeal of St. Paul’s permit to operate overnight emergency shelter at special meeting today, Dec. 19 By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – A meeting held this evening may decide the fate of a temporary shelter to help Visalia’s homeless avoid freezing temperatures this winter. On Dec. 17 the City of Visalia’s […]

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City helps fund local nonprofit sheltering runaway, homeless girls

Journey Youth Coalition, Inc. is among five nonprofits to share $75,000 in Measure N youth grants awarded by City Council @TheSunGazette VISALIA – The City of Visalia is already spending millions of dollars to address homelessness and the auxiliary problems that come from people living on city streets. And if you thought the city wasn’t […]

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Local retail on an incline with recliners

La-Z-Boy Furniture Gallery plans Visalia store; only location between Fresno and Bakersfield @TheSunGazette VISALIA – The retail industry isn’t ready to sit back on its laurels just yet. But next year you can put up your feet and settle into a new retail experience at Visalia’s newest shop. The City of Visalia’s Planning Department announced […]

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All lanes reopen at busy city intersection

Lanes reopen at Demaree/Goshen this week as construction work on intersection enters final phase @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Local commuters can breathe a little easier this week as one of Visalia’s busiest intersections has fully reopened. Last week, the City of Visalia announced that despite rain delays, construction complications and difficulties coordinating between multiple agencies, work […]

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Supervisors approve new site for Valley Children’s clinic

Larger specialty care center is part of 126-acre visitor and retail center on Highway 99 at Caldwell Ave. By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – A larger, Valley Children’s clinic in Tulare County is closer than ever. On Dec. 4, the Tulare County Board of Supervisors approved a plan to build a visitor and commerce center […]

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