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Down to Business

Down to Business

Lifeguard Certification and Renewal Course The Wellness Center is offering a Lifeguard certification and a Lifeguard re certification course. The course will be taught by American ...

Woodlake pool hall killer remains at large

Woodlake pool hall killer remains at large

Three weeks after a man was gunned down in the streets of Woodlake, little information is known about the victim, suspect or the crime itself. The Woodlake Police Department respon ...

Where the heart is

Where the heart is

Exeter’s 2014 Woman of the Year is someone who takes pride in her hometown. Living in Exeter for all except three years of her life, Rosemary Hellwig is a through and through Exete ...

City still coping with cop’s death

City still coping with cop’s death

The shocking loss of Exeter Police Officer Daniel Green has run through the gamut of emotion and the city is now beginning to put the pieces back together. As of Feb. 10 the Tulare ...

Espinoza resigns from City Council

Espinoza resigns from City Council

Tulare County’s youngest elected official now holds the distinction of having the shortest political career. Freddy Espinoza, Jr., the 22-year-old DJ who defeated two-time Mayor Le ...

Coaching up kids

Coaching up kids

Taking over for a legend is never easy. But Pete Renteria is always up for the challenge. Renteria’s varsity coaching career began when the man simply known as Coach B stepped down ...

Quad Knopf wins 2014 Local Motion Award

Quad Knopf wins 2014 Local Motion Award

The Downtown Improvement Project was born out of a vision to revitalize the City of Woodlake. Once completed the multi-phased project will be a physical representation of a communi ...

In Brief

In Brief

Wellness Center offers Lifeguard Certification and Renewal Course The Wellness Center is offering a Lifeguard certification and a Lifeguard re certification course. The course will ...

An Outstanding Acheivement

An Outstanding Acheivement

Normally when elected officials talk about infrastructure and transportation, they are just momentum-building lip service for an upcoming election. Roads, rail and exit ramps are t ...

Exeter considers flexible water plan

Exeter considers flexible water plan

Exeter City Council is dipping its toes in a new water conservation ordinance. In preparation for another sweltering summer the City is making sure that it has another water conser ...

Crime Lines

Crime Lines

Exeter Police Logs Saturday, Jan. 31 Officers with the Exeter Police Department arrested Jeffery Kramer for an active Felony Warrant for his arrest. Monday, Feb. 2 At approximately ...

Exeter finds itself on top after victory over Spartans

The sixth seeded Strathmore Spartans visited the Lion’s den on Friday, Feb. 20 for a CIF Central Section D-VI quarter final matchup against three seeded Exeter. Despite a 1-0 lead in the second half, the Monarchs pounced at the right time to score two goals and send the Spartans packing. As the top remaining seed […]

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Citrus greening disease research receives grant

Two new research projects aimed at preventing and diagnosing the devastating citrus greening disease have been launched at the University of California, Davis, funded by more than $5 million in grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. USDA recently announced a new $30 million effort to combat the bacterial disease, also known as Huanglongbing, which […]

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February 25, 2015 () comments

Community Calendar

March March 6 – Winners of the Woodlake Community Awards will be honored at the 53rd annual Awards Banquet held at the Woodlake Veterans Memorial Building, 355 N. Acacia St. in Woodlake. Social hour begins at 6 p.m. followed by dinner at 7 p.m. Tickets are $25 until Feb. 25 and $35 at the door […]

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February 25, 2015 () comments

Spelling Bee to bring its ‘A’ game

The public is invited to the 16th Annual Tulare County Spelling Championship. The event will begin at 8:30 a.m. today, February 25, in the Exhibit Hall of the Visalia Convention Center at 303 E. Acequia St. in downtown Visalia. At this time, 125 public and private schools are sending up to two of their best spellers to the competition. […]

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Obituary: Raymond Ralph Sutton

Please join us for a celebration of Raymond Ralph Sutton’s life on Friday, Feb. 27 at The Rocky Hill Community Church 259 South E Street Exeter at 11 a.m. with a reception to follow. Ralph Sutton, 76 of Exeter, California went to be with the Lord on Feb. 23 surrounded by his wife, family and […]

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February 25, 2015 () comments

6 Healthy Tips Every Boomer and Senior Should Know Before Traveling

Marvin Mallon, 86, and his wife, Reva, know how important it is to plan ahead before embarking on a long journey — especially when it comes to their health. During a road trip through the United States and Canada, Marvin Mallon needed regular hormone injections to treat his prostate cancer. Thanks to his Kaiser Permanente […]

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