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Woodlake residents rally over water rate

Woodlake residents rally over water rate

Nothing gets residents to turn out to city council meetings in droves more than when their wallets are affected. Nowhere was this truer than at Woodlake City Hall where Council mem ...

Farmersville plans to hire a new city manager in May

Farmersville plans to hire a new city manager in May

By this time next month, Farmersville may finally have a permanent city manager. In an interview last week, Farmersville Mayor Greg Gomez said the City may announce a new city mana ...

Exeter charged with deep water cuts

Exeter charged with deep water cuts

The City of Exeter has saved 65 million gallons of water since beginning conservation efforts last June, but that wasn’t enough to keep it from being listed among the highest water ...

Lindsay Judge’s misconduct case to close on April 27

Lindsay Judge’s misconduct case to close on April 27

By the end of this month, a panel of his peers will rule whether a Lindsay judge will remain on the bench or possibly forced to resign from it. Tulare County Superior Court Judge V ...

hometown cooks up a cure in Exeter

hometown cooks up a cure in Exeter

Hometown Emporium’s food is well known throughout Exeter and the foothill communities. Its cookies can correct a bad day. Its cakes are known for capturing an occasion. Its sandwic ...

Two crashes, kill 2, injure 7 on Hwy. 65

Two crashes, kill 2, injure 7 on Hwy. 65

One man died, seven people were injured and Highway 65 in Lindsay was shut down for 20 minutes on Monday. At about 6 a.m. on April 20, a pick-up truck heading southbound on Highway ...

In Brief

In Brief

City of Exeter holds Spring Cleanup event It’s time for Spring Cleanup! Exeter residents living within the City limits that receive water and trash service are encouraged to take a ...

Coroner ID’s man who died in LPD custody

Coroner ID’s man who died in LPD custody

The man who died in the custody of a Lindsay public safety officer has been identified. Joshua Gonzales, 24, of Lindsay was arrested at about 6 p.m. on April 10 after the Lindsay P ...

Crime Lines

Crime Lines

Exeter Police Logs Monday, March 30 At approximately 10:45 p.m., Exeter officers were dispatched to the area of Jacobs and Betsy Pl. regarding vehicle vandalism. All four suspects ...

Around the Horn

Around the Horn

Monarchs sweep Cavaliers The Exeter Monarchs Softball team picked up two much needed victories after being swept by the Selma Bears. This time around it was the Monarchs doing the ...

Drought may drop property values

Drought may drop property values

Among a myriad of promising financial news for the County half way through the fiscal year, there is still a looming problem. With the drought dragging on there is the very real po ...

Monarchs swing past Cavaliers to lead league

The Exeter Monarchs golf team can look back on their season to date and be more than proud. After last season when they consistently came in second place to the Central Valley Christian Cavaliers, it’s a refreshing change of pace to be on track for a league title. While Exeter is coming in first just […]

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Proteus looks to break income barriers at forum

In an effort to encourage community feedback, Proteus, Inc. is inviting farm workers, community members, and organizations that serve the community to attend local forums to discuss and give their opinions on needed services for their families, neighborhoods, and communities. Attendees will have the opportunity to give input on barriers the low-income community face that […]

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Community Calendar

April April 22 – AAUW semi annual book sale will be held at the Sequoia Mall in Visalia during regular mall hours. Items on sale range from classics to best sellers, hard cover and paperback, CDs, DVDs, books on tape; hard backs: $2, paperbacks: $1. For information contact Elaine Smith, 734-4780. April 22 – Survivor […]

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EUHS Band holds Drive-Thru Lasagna Dinner April 30

The EUHS Monarch Band Boosters is holding a Drive-Through Lasagna Dinner on Thursday, April 30th. Dinner includes homemade meat lasagna, garlic bread, garden salad, and a homemade cookie. The price of the dinner is $10 each, $35 for a family four-pack of dinners, or $50 for a family style dinner which includes a pan of lasagna […]

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Obituaries: William C. Mathes

A beautiful memorial service was held on March 29, in the garden of the Generations Adult Day Care Center in Lemoore for William C. Mathes. At the service he was honored by Navy men in uniform who played taps and presented the flag to his wife, Sharon. Former Exeter resident William Clyde “Bill” Mathes, Jr. […]

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Diabetics can find ‘support’ info. in Woodlake

If you have noticed you are unusually tired or sleepy, making more frequent trips to the bathroom, seeing sudden weight loss, numbness or tingling in your hands or feet or blurred vision these are early signs that you might be diabetic. Diabetes can be a scary proposition when you consider it can lead to amputation […]

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