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Rental scammer makes bail

By Paul Myers / @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – Finding a home can be tough enough without the added hassle of predatory scammers trying to take your money. Unfortunately, at least 11 renters fell victim to a property scheme that took an untold amount of money from their pockets. Late last month, on July 29, the Visalia Police Department Property […]

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First case of Zika virus in Tulare Co.

@TheSunGazette visalia – The Zika virus has been in the news lately and anyone looking to travel to south or central America has been advised to postpone their trip. And that is some advice that one Tulare County resident should have taken. The Tulare County Public Health branch has confirmed that an individual in Tulare […]

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Visalia accident leaves one in critical condition

@TheSunGazette visalia – Last week the Visalia Police Department responded to Walnut Ave. just west of Ben Maddox to a traffic collision. According to the Visalia Police Department report, a 2001 Ford F-150, driven by Elizabeth Smith, was traveling east down Walnut, just east of Ben Maddox. Smith struck Joey Ruiz who was pushing a […]

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Largest public works project will cost more, but saves water

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN visalia – The largest public works project in Visalia history just got a little more expensive, but will cost less in the long run. At its July 18 meeting, the Visalia City Council unanimously approved a $1.3 million change order on the Water Conservation Plant (WCP) bringing the total cost of […]

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Dirt lot to have duplexes

@TheSunGazette visalia – A dirt lot on Visalia’s east side will soon be home to duplexes. At its July 25 meeting, the Visalia Planning Commission unanimously approved a zone change for 1.78 acres at the southwest corner of Tulare Avenue and Pinkham Street. The zoning change from low density to medium density housing will allow […]

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14-year-old CEO named Youth Advocate of the Year by United Way TC

@TheSunGazette visalia – At the age of 13, Carmen Gallegos started her own business, earned an entrepreneurial scholarship and traveled the country talking about her product. Now, just a year older, she will receive an award for her accomplishments. On Friday, Sept. 2, United Way of Tulare County will formally recognize Gallegos as its Youth […]

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Visalians are happy with city services

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – When it comes to living in Visalia, people are generally happier than they were five years ago. Older, wealthy residents living in the southwest part of Visalia are satisfied with the city they live in. Younger, low-income residents living in the northeast part of town are the most dissatisfied group […]

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Center answers desperation with hope

By Andrea Camarena Special to the Sun-Gazette visalia – On June 23, when Geordie Ebert stood on the stage at the Visalia Convention Center to announce the winner of the 2016 Visalia Chamber of Commerce Non-Profit of the Year award, Benny Rodriguez never expected to hear the words “Bethlehem Center” leave her lips. It seemed […]

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VUSD to expand station to fuel bus fleet

@TheSunGazette visalia – More than 5,200 students ride Visalia Unified School District buses each school day. This feat takes a fleet of 83 school buses, many of which are running on compressed natural gas, or CNG. The CNG-fueled buses are 5 percent cleaner than their modern diesel counterparts and can save a district up to […]

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