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Charter Communications launches internet, phone and enhanced video services in Farmersville, Exeter and Lindsay

Charter Communications launches internet, phone and enhanced video services in Farmersville, Exeter and Lindsay

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY – The biggest, broadest and most consistent gripe around town is the lack of sufficient internet. Speeds are too slow for the amount people pay and up until ...

TCTA considers forgiving Lindsay’s million-dollar Measure R blunder

TCTA considers forgiving Lindsay’s million-dollar Measure R blunder

Tulare County Transit Authority forms ad hoc committee to consider forgiving or adjusting Lindsay’s $1 million repayment plan for Measure R abuse By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – ...

The Rock Yard Tavern in Exeter schedules grand opening for the weekend after Thanksgiving

The Rock Yard Tavern in Exeter schedules grand opening for the weekend after Thanksgiving

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – There have been some major changes afoot when it comes to downtown Exeter. Just last month, Pine Street welcomed the Exeter Coffee Company, earlie ...

Cross Country: McKaylie Caesar runs away with D-IV Championship

Cross Country: McKaylie Caesar runs away with D-IV Championship

McKaylie Caesar leads Lindsay girls team to State while Rosalind Dixon, Dagny McIntosh, and Victor Cisneros compete as individuals at various levels By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN ...

COS professor earns award for digital innovation

COS professor earns award for digital innovation

Sociology professor earns award for converting textbooks to online, interactive resources for students @TheSunGazette VISALIA — Catherine Medrano, Associate Professor of Sociology ...

Football: Golden West pulls out 49-34 D-IV quarterfinal win over the Roosevelt Roughriders despite uncharacteristic turnovers

Football: Golden West pulls out 49-34 D-IV quarterfinal win over the Roosevelt Roughriders despite uncharacteristic turnovers

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – Football teams don’t discriminate when it comes to winning. They’ll take any kind of victory they can get. And for Golden West (9-2), last Friday ...

Cattleman Jack Lavers throws hat into the ring for District 26

Cattleman Jack Lavers throws hat into the ring for District 26

Jack Lavers announces candidacy for Calif. State Assembly seat setting up a 3-way Republican race @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Another Republican has thrown his hat into the ring for A ...

Exeter city manager Randy Groom set to start as Visalia city manager in January

Exeter city manager Randy Groom set to start as Visalia city manager in January

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – The City of Exeter is not a place that likes much change, but that would be hard to tell by the amount of employees that have moved on from City ...

Exeter FFA takes high-octane delegates to Indianapolis

Exeter FFA takes high-octane delegates to Indianapolis

Exeter Union High School students place in national contests, serve as national delegate; three Alumni receive their American degrees at National Convention @TheSunGazette EXETER - ...

Tulare County Board of Supervisors allocated $250,000 to prevent ACP infestation

Tulare County Board of Supervisors allocated $250,000 to prevent ACP infestation

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – The Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) that transmits the citrus killing disease Huanglongbing (HLB) has decimated Florida’s citrus industry by nearly tw ...

Woodlake High School gets $38,000 for sex ed

Woodlake High School gets $38,000 for sex ed

Money is part of $500k to Valley nonprofits to help address high rates of teen pregnancy, STDs @TheSunGazette FRESNO – Woodlake High School recently received a grant to help studen ...

Cross Country: McKaylie Caesar runs away with D-IV Championship

McKaylie Caesar leads Lindsay girls team to State while Rosalind Dixon, Dagny McIntosh, and Victor Cisneros compete as individuals at various levels By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN FRESNO – McKaylie Caesar is already making a name for herself among the D-IV ranks despite competing for only two seasons. She rose to the top of the division when […]

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The Rock Yard Tavern in Exeter schedules grand opening for the weekend after Thanksgiving

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – There have been some major changes afoot when it comes to downtown Exeter. Just last month, Pine Street welcomed the Exeter Coffee Company, earlier this year Snap Fitness relocated to their new and improved space and, in its latest change, Exeter is now a two-bar town. With the opening of […]

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Johnny Cash Tribute featuring Valley native James Garner will perform Dec. 2 at Lindsay Community Theatre

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – A live recording of playing the blues at Folsom State Prison and watching Joaquin Phoenix play him on screen are the closest most people will ever come to experiencing Johnny Cash playing in the San Joaquin Valley. But one local man is working to change that. No, he isn’t a medium channeling […]

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COS professor earns award for digital innovation

Sociology professor earns award for converting textbooks to online, interactive resources for students @TheSunGazette VISALIA — Catherine Medrano, Associate Professor of Sociology at College of the Sequoias, was selected from among 60 digital courseware initiative entrances in the Online Learning Consortium’s annual #DLIAward competition. COS announced earlier this month that Professor Medrano earned the 2017 OLC […]

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Obituary: Juan Vega Camacho

Juan Vega Camacho Juan Vega Camacho, formerly of Lindsay, passed away on Nov. 10, 2017 at Kaweah Delta Medical Center. He was 92 years old. Juan was born to Jose and Martha Camacho on June 25, 1925 in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico. After living as a young man working the cotton fields in Texas, he migrated to […]

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California Department of Regulation adopts rules on agricultural pesticide use near schools and daycare centers

@TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO – Growers and Ag managers are going to have to watch when, where and how they spray pesticides starting Jan 1. Just recently the California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) has adopted new rules intended to further protect young students from pesticide exposure. The rules regulate the use of agricultural pesticides near schools […]

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