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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 ...

Cities tread lightly into Gov’s water mandate

Cities tread lightly into Gov’s water mandate

Earlier this week, local city councils scrambled to begin the legal process to carry out the Governor’s April 1 historic executive order to cut water use statewide by Feb. 28, 2016 ...

Exeter Ambulance takes first step toward recovery

Exeter Ambulance takes first step toward recovery

Exeter District Ambulance has stitched up some of its management positions and can now begin the task of restoring a healthy flow to its financials. On April 9, the Exeter District ...

CEMEX, neighbors close the gap over Lemon Cove mine

CEMEX, neighbors close the gap over Lemon Cove mine

What started as a divide as wide as the 30-acre mining pit at the center of a battle that began more than a year ago has been reduced to the distance between pen and paper. On Apri ...

Man dies in LPD custody during transport to jail

Man dies in LPD custody during transport to jail

A man died in the custody of a Lindsay public safety officer last week after being arrested in an altercation. At about 6 p.m. on Friday, April 10, Lindsay Police Department (LPD) ...

Veterans Court graduates 4th class

Veterans Court graduates 4th class

Graduates of the Fourth Annual Tulare County’s Veterans Court gathered on April 8 at the Visalia Veterans Memorial Building to commemorate their successful completion of the progra ...

DA arrests F’ville man for $10,000 in welfare fraud

DA arrests F’ville man for $10,000 in welfare fraud

A Farmersville man was among 13 people arrested for welfare fraud last month. On March 28, investigators from the Tulare County District Attorney’s Office conducted a warrant sweep ...

Crime Lines

Crime Lines

Exeter Police Logs Friday, March 20 Officers contacted and arrested Jose Galvez for an active warrant in the 500 block of Miller. Galvez was booked into Tulare County Jail. Saturda ...

Exeter District Cemetery may let grass die

Exeter District Cemetery may let grass die

Death is no stranger to the Exeter Cemetery, but for the first time in the public cemetery’s existence the grass may have to be put to rest as well. On Monday, April 6 Exeter Distr ...

Western Divide Highway and Parker Pass open early this year

Western Divide Highway and Parker Pass open early this year

Many roads accessing recreation sites on the Western Divide Ranger District in Giant Sequoia National Monument, Sequoia National Forest opened early this year. Late last week Tular ...

Seriously sweet

Seriously sweet

A little stress is a good thing for oranges. Each winter growers hope there will be an hour or two of below freezing temperatures to trigger an increase in the fruit’s natural defe ...

Monarchs get swept by Bears in CSL play

The Exeter Monarchs woes continued last week as the Selma Bears finished off the sweep. In Exeter’s last 10 games, they have posted a 2-8 record getting victories over Farmersville and Yosemite. Both victories came at the Tulare Union Tournament over spring break. On Tuesday, April 8, the Monarchs welcomed the Selma Bears to town. […]

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Valley economic indicators show solid growth

For the 16th consecutive month, the San Joaquin Valley Business Conditions Index rose above the 50.0 growth neutral threshold. After declining for three consecutive months, the overall March index jumped to 57.2 from 52.9 in February. An index greater than 50.0 indicates an expansionary economy over the next three to six months. Dr. Ernie Goss, […]

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Brunch begins Sundays in Exeter

Brunch, a literal combination of breakfast and lunch, is similar to champagne in that it is a moniker of French culture. It combines the need for a heavier meal after church to not only accommodate somewhere to meet in fellowship after worship services but also the need to eat a hearty meal after staying up […]

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Lindsay’s work-based learning is put into action

“When will I ever use this?,” is the age old question asked by every student across generations. Not only is Lindsay Unified School District able to answer this question for their learners, but they are providing them with actual real life applications for their classroom learning. Last Thursday Lindsay Chamber of Commerce held a mixer […]

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Albert “Dan” Boesch

Funeral Services were held on Monday, April 13 at Evans Miller Guinn Chapel. Burial followed at the Exeter District Cemetery for Albert “Dan” Boesch. Our beloved Dan passed away on April 7 and will be dearly missed by all who knew him. He was born in Lindsay to Albert and Irene (Wolfe) Boesch on June […]

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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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