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Starting with this year's freshman class, Parlier High School students are expected to earn 250 credits in high school before they can graduate, an increase from the 230-credit requirement.

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Sanger's Time in Destiny Christian Center organized a food distribution at the Parlier Senior Center on Jan. 12. 

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A playground at Mathew J. Brletic Elementary School dedicated to long-time Parlier Unified employee Henry Barela, who retired as custodian last November, is almost completed.  

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The Parlier City Council is expected to discuss a mid-year salary increase for City Manager Sam Escobar at its Thursday, Jan. 25 council meeting.

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On Jan. 10 at approximately 10:57 p.m. officers of the Parlier Police Department were flagged down by a female who said there was a suspicious vehicle parked near the intersection of Wrico and Cortco Streets. 

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Citing excessive production costs and lack of supporting revenue, Mid Valley Publishing has announced that The Post will cease publication with the Wednesday, Jan. 24 issue.

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The Parlier Police Department responded to a call regarding power lines down along with a tree in the area of Fett Drive on Jan. 9. Fresno County and PG&E also were on the scene making sure the area was safe and public hazards were removed.

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Paul Zavala, pastor of Time in Destiny in Sanger Christian Center in Sanger, is planning to bring more services for the community of Parlier.

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Parlier officials held a phone conference with Starrrhub President Harpreet Bali on Jan. 12 to discuss the possibility of a training center in the city.

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Council meetings will now be held the second and fourth Thursday of the month beginning Jan. 11. Meetings continue to start at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 11 meeting

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Central California Legal Services, Inc., in collaboration with Community Help and Awareness of Natural Gas and Electricity Services —  CHANGES — hosted a solar panel community education meeting at the Parlier Senior Center on Dec. 21. 

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Isabelle "Belle" Gonzales, 15, was awarded they key to the city on Dec. 22 during the city's annual holiday dinner and toy giveaway.

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Nearly 400 toys were handed out to children in Parlier as part of the city's Christmas toy giveaway on Dec. 22. The toy giveaway was part of the city's annual holiday dinner. Although the toy giveaway was a last minute thing, council members were satisfied with the result. In the past, the c…

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On March 18, a group of 90 volunteers came together for the "Parlier Community Clean Up" project. Volunteers picked up trash, pulled weeds and painted over a tagged wall on the side of the Quail Run apartments near S. Ben Benavidez Elementary School. Volunteers included children and youth as…

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Templo Lirio de los Valles drew a big crowd at the Parlier Community Center for its fourth annual Community Christmas Party.

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The city of Parlier has partnered with Sanger's Time in Destiny Christian Center to open a warming center for the homeless in town.

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Cesar E. Chavez Elementary School has started a pantry project on campus to help families in need for the holidays.

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Parlier Police Chief Jose Garza provided City Council members with a year-to-date crime statistics update during a Dec. 19 special meeting.

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Nearly 100 foster children and youth at a Fresno nonprofit organization will have a merrier Christmas this year.

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Hundreds of coats were handed out to Parlier residents on Dec. 9 as part of Alvarado Group's winter coat giveaway. Other local organizations participated in the event.  

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A group of Parlier residents have come together to help the homeless during the cold weather. 

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Central California Legal Services will be hosting a Solar Panel community meeting on Thursday, Dec. 21, at the Parlier Senior Center from 6 to 8:30 p.m. 

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Mathew J. Brletic Elementary School held its annual Christmas program on Wednesday, Dec. 6. The event drew a large crowd of parents who filled the cafeteria that the school shares with Parlier High School.

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The Parlier Unified School District Board of Trustees held its annual organizational meeting on Dec. 12, where members selected J.D. Garza to continue to serve as president of the board.

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Parlier Rotary's annual Christmas parade drew a large crowd on Dec. 4. The club spearheaded the event in collaboration with other local organizations, including the City of Parlier. Following the float presentation, a tree lighting was held.

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Jaime Robles, superintendent for the Parlier Unified School District, met with parents on Dec. 6 as part of a "meet and greet."

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Family members of the late Ben Benavidez held a Thanksgiving dinner for students, parents and community members on Nov. 15 at S. Ben Benavidez Elementary School. Parlier High students volunteered serving the community. Informational booths also were featured. Benavidez died in 2016.

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The Parlier Police department was awarded a grant of more than $200,000 through the Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) office's COPS Hiring Program (CHP).

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