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Applicants Wanted for County Health Advisory Committee in Districts One and Five

Applicants Wanted for County Health Advisory Committee in Districts One and Five

Applications are available for residents in Districts 1 and 5 who may want to serve for a three-year term on the Health Advisory Committee. Each District has one opening and member ...

Called for Care

Called for Care

The word veteran normally brings to mind an infantryman in the trenches, fighting side by side with other young men. Their memories are often filled with tales of camaraderie and c ...

Pumps near Woodlake stop, for now

Pumps near Woodlake stop, for now

Residents south of Woodlake nearest Bravo Lake have been parched when it comes to their wells going dry, but they may have just found some relief from their water woes. After what ...

Exeter ceremony to honor fallen soldiers

Exeter ceremony to honor fallen soldiers

Exeter Post 94 of the American Legion announced its annual Memorial Day Ceremony will begin at 8 a.m. on Monday, May 25 at the Exeter District Cemetery. This year’s keynote speaker ...

Mining dispute settled and revised

Mining dispute settled and revised

Four Lemon Cove property owners will sleep easier this week knowing they will have water when they turn on the tap. While there are no guarantees for drinking water in the fourth y ...

New blood infuses enthusiasm into EDA

New blood infuses enthusiasm into EDA

Exeter District Ambulance has made a miraculous recovery in the last six months, turning from the possibility of being bankrupt in two years to a notion of expansion in the near fu ...

City receives gift from Lions Club

City receives gift from Lions Club

  In a small city the downtown is often considered the hub of commerce and entertainment. In order for a town to truly thrive there must be a downtown to draw out not only tou ...

Locals involved in 3 crashes

Locals involved in 3 crashes

An Exeter man was injured last week in an accident that shut down traffic in the Fresno area for more than two hours. The accident happened at about 6 a.m. on May 13 at the interse ...

Paper poppies pop up in Exeter

Paper poppies pop up in Exeter

To many in Tulare County, poppies represent the coming of spring as the wildflower dots the foothills. Unfortunately, there were no April showers to bring May flowers and the footh ...

Crime Lines

Crime Lines

Lindsay Police Logs Wednesday, May 6 At 6:46 p.m. officers responded to a confidential location regarding a report of domestic violence. Upon arrival, contacted was John Doe who ad ...

Obituary: Naomi Louise Brown

Obituary: Naomi Louise Brown

Memorial Service will be held at China’s Alley Restaurant in Lindsay, Sunday, May 31 from 2 to 5 p.m. for Naomi Louise Brown of Lindsay. Naomi passed away April 15 at the age of 75 ...

Down the sideline

Lindsay seeks sign ups for youth football The Lindsay Youth Football program is now accepting sign ups for the 2015 youth football and cheer season. Ages are from 5 to 14 years old. Entering Freshman are not eligible. Sign up fee for football covers registration, insurance and a personalized jersey which players get to keep. […]

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Waterman Industries acquired in $5 mil. buyout

The company that made Exeter a household name in international agriculture was acquired this month in a $5 million deal that will keep the company Central Valley-owned. Last week, The Central Valley Fund (CVF) partnered with the current management of Waterman Industries to acquire the company. Exeter-based Waterman is a leading manufacturer of control gates, […]

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Lindsay dancer brings Hart and soul to town

Celebrating its ninth year of contemporary dance, Hart Pulse Dance Company is hitting the road with a traveling show featuring its most loved works and a world premiere. With a four-city California tour that launched in March, Hart Pulse Dance is excited to not only be bringing its love for exciting and soulful dance to […]

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LHS freshmen creating blueprints of learning

Nine freshman learners from Lindsay High School recently accomplished an amazing feat. The Engineering Academy cohort made up of freshman worked with local engineering firm Mangini and Associates, Inc. as well as local partners to take first place at the Tulare County Internnect Design Competition. Internnect project asked learners to design a health care facility […]

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Obituary: Dewey R. Utsler

Please join us for visitation at Evans Miller Guinn Chapel in Exeter on Wednesday evening, May 20 from 4 to 8 p.m. in Dewey R. Utsler’s honor. Graveside services will be held on Thursday, May 21 at 1 p.m. at the Visalia Cemetery. Our dear husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend, passed away on May […]

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Diabetes patients can find support 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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