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Demaree and Goshen intersection to see more delays this fall

Work to improve the intersection will reduce traffic to one way on Goshen, create detours on Demaree between September and November By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Work to improve one of Visalia’s busiest and most congested intersections will begin later this month.  In May, the Visalia City Council unanimously approved a $3.8 million bid to […]

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Visalia Chamber of Commerce’s 2018 Man of the Year Sam Logan has committed 26 years of his life to his community, even longer to his Morgan Plus 4 car

By Paul Myers @PaulM_sgn VISALIA – For anyone looking to find 2018’s Visalia Man of the Year you might have a hard time trying to catch him. Between riding around in his Morgan Plus 4 and his numerous community commitments Sam Logan is not one to sit still for long.  As a member of the Visalia […]

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Driver leads police on chase thru three towns

Porterville man ran thru power pole, into orange tree during pursuit between Visalia and Woodlake @TheSunGazette VISALIA – A car thief led police on a chase taking out a power pole in Visalia and crashing into an orange grove in Woodlake.  At about 1 a.m. on June 4, a Visalia Police Department patrol officer attempted […]

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Landmark sports store, Midtown Sports, must move down Main St. to make way for restaurant, 2nd floor apartments

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – After 30 years at the same location, Midtown Sports is moving. Midtown Sports was informed last month that their lease at 117 E. Main St. would end on July 31, 2018. Chuck Steinman, majority owner of the independent sports equipment and apparel shop, said the family that had owned the […]

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Visalia Chamber of Commerce announces new board members

Matt Ainley, Michael Ashoori, Brent Calvin and Richard Feder are newest members of board of directors @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Four new faces will oversee Tulare County’s largest business organization. The Visalia Chamber of Commerce announced last week that Matt Ainley (4-Creeks Inc.), Michael Ashoori (A shoori Jewelers Co.), Brent Calvin (College of the Sequoias), and […]

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Judge orders car restorer to pay $150K in restitution

Wayne House, Jr. collected $150,000 to restore 32 classic cars that he never worked on @TheSunGazette VISALIA – A Visalia man claiming to be a classic car restorer turned out to be nothing more than a colossal fraud.  On May 29, Judge Joseph Kalashian sentenced Wayne House, Jr. of Visalia to 20 years suspended state […]

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Pride festival put on by The Source LGBT+ last Saturday was a community event, not the ‘pornography’ described by some

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Visalia’s second annual Pride event featured a mural project, a climbing wall, performances by Visalia’s Teen Idol, a youth choir and a comedy show. None of these things would be considered lewd or pornographic, but that is how the event was described by at least one person at the May […]

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Police arrest members of biker gang

Since 2014, Screamin’ Demons gang has donated toys to local charities and made feds list of eight criminal motorcycle clubs operating in California @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Two members of a notorious biker gang were arrested in Visalia last week.  At 5:46 p.m. on May 25, officers with the Visalia Police Department’s anti-gang unit, known as […]

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