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Third Team's the Charm

By Tom Price Jr. His 15 wins a year ago and the fact that he is left handed have given Jeriome Robertson a second chance to salvage his season. On Aug. 3, the Exeter native was traded to his third Major League Baseball team of the season this time to the Montreal Expos. The Expos […]

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Program educates parents, kids on drowning threat

By Nancy Gutierrez Since Jan. 1, 21 Central Valley children have died from drowning. Seven of those drownings occurred the last week of June. In March of 2001, nurses and staff in the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) at Children's Hospital of Central California could no longer watch as more children were admitted to the […]

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Shooting victim up and walking

An Exeter man was released from the hospital on Aug. 4, just nine days after being shot five times. According to the Exeter Police Department, Efrain Oseguera, 21, has been seen walking around town, albeit with a slight limp. Oseguera was taken to Kaweah Delta Hospital after being shot at about 7:30 p.m. on July […]

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County subdivisions, commercial development grow by more than $1 bil.

By C.J. Barbre Tulare County Assessor and Clerk-Recorder Gregory Hardcastle is the man with his finger on the pulse of county growth and property values. "I'm the guy to take inventory of all property on Jan. 1 each year, identify if it is taxable, its value and pass the information on to the county auditor," […]

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'Let there be less light'

By C.J. Barbre You hear the buzz, that Springville has become a mecca for amateur astronomers. It now has five observatories, and a sixth will soon be built. It is home to a small but active club called the Tule River Amateur Astronomers. As the sun sinks into the west you head up the mountain. […]

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Home (room) Improvements

Students in the Lindsay Unified School District will return to school to find some major changes on several campuses. The most notable change is the installation of security cameras at schools. Director of Operations and Maintenance, Del Corley, said graffiti cost the district more than $20,000 last year. He said he hopes cameras will inhibit […]

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Albert "Bud" Sweeney

Service for Albert "Bud" Sweeney, 76, of Woodlake will be held on today, Aug. 11 at 10 a.m. at the Evans-Miller Exeter Chapel. Albert "Bud" Sweeney, a life long resident of Woodlake, passed away Aug. 7, 2004. He was born Nov. 4, 1927 in Exeter and lived on his ranch south of Woodlake. His ranch […]

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