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Boudreaux backs Gubler for California Assembly

Mayor Warren Gubler speaks Wednesday, September 20, 2017 during a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Visalia Emergency Communications Center.(Photo: Ron Holman) Assemblyman Devon Mathis is being challenged by Visalia Mayor Warren Gubler for the 26th District. And Gubler, who has been a Visalia councilman since 2010, is now picking …

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New affordable housing laws passed in California

Mike Allen, Real Estate Published 6:00 a.m. PT Oct. 20, 2017 CLOSE Gov. Jerry Brown’s aggressive plea for lawmakers to renew California’s signature climate change law proved fruitful, bolstering his credibility as a world leader in the fight against global warming. What’s next? Wochit These new 15 housing laws will …

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Collier relishes Rock Bridge football’s success | Sports

Drew Boswell didn’t flinch as the clippers grazed his hair. His nerves were nonexistent. One morning during the early stages of the 2017 season, Rock Bridge’s senior outside linebacker wanted a new hairdo. Boswell wanted his beach-blonde locks to look pristine under his green-and-black Bruins helmet, so he turned to …

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Collier relishes Rock Bridge football’s success | Prep Sports

Drew Boswell didn’t flinch as the clippers grazed his hair. His nerves were nonexistent. One morning during the early stages of the 2017 season, Rock Bridge’s senior outside linebacker wanted a new hairdo. Boswell wanted his beach-blonde locks to look pristine under his green-and-black Bruins helmet, so he turned to …

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COS Sports Notes

COS Athletics Published 2:12 p.m. PT Oct. 19, 2017 | Updated 2:13 p.m. PT Oct. 19, 2017 COS head football coach Irv Pankey high-fives a player in a game earlier this season.(Photo: Norma Foster/COS) The road to the College of the Sequoias first conference win since 2013 does not get …

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Buhach Colony water polo players making a difference

The Buhach Colony boys water polo team has been accomplishing something special in the pool this season. The Thunder’s 14-10 win over El Capitan on Wednesday night improved Buhach Colony’s record to a perfect 10-0 in the Central California Conference and clinched at least a share of its first league …

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How does Visalia treat LGBT+ residents?

Co-founders of The Source LGBT+ Center, Brian Poth and Nick Vargas, thank their corporate sponsor Benefit Bank. The bank donated $2,000 to the center.(Photo: Sheyanne Romero) While California is leading the way in its acceptance of LGBTQ+ residents, Visalia is trailing behind the state trend.  Recently, the Human Rights Campaign published …

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