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Administrator advises against closing street

By Reggie Ellis At the Exeter City Council's June 8 meeting, City Administrator John Kunkel recommended against the Exeter Union School District's proposal to close Clarence Street for an expansion of Lincoln Elementary School. Kunkel, who is also the chief of police, presented a traffic study conducted by the Exeter Police Department and the Public […]

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Rocky Hill may lose school garden lab

By Nancy Gutierrez The fate of the Rocky Hill Elementary Life Lab Garden looks dim as Exeter Union School District Board members killed the item containing recommendations for improvement of the lab at the June 8 board meeting. At a previous board meeting Principal Jessica Bradshaw presented the board with recommendations she and teachers Stan […]

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Teachers of the Quarter announced

By Nancy Gutierrez When Shivon Lavely started teaching she decided she wanted to give her students new experiences. She convinced a friend of hers who was a pilot to give her kindergartners rides on an airplane. She said that, looking back, she realizes what a liability that could have been. However, she still believes in […]

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Reagan visited Exeter in 1964

By Reggie Ellis Millions of Americans watched last Friday as former President Ronald Wilson Reagan's funeral services took place at Washington National Cathedral. As heads of state and international leaders paid their respects before he was laid to rest, some Exeter residents remember witnessing the beginning of Reagan's political ascension to become the 40th leader […]

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Guy "Slim" Lewis Collier

Graveside services were held for Guy “Slim” Lewis Collier, 92, of Lindsay on June 2 at Lindsay-Srathmore Cemetery officiated by Pastor Dale R. Seaman. He died on May 27 at his residence. He was born on Oct. 23, 1911 in Clayton, New Mexico. He moved to Strathmore in 1936. He worked in fruit packing houses […]

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Little League Playoffs

Cubs win Majors After winning both halves of the Little League season, the Cubs continued their winning ways in the playoffs by first defeating the Dodgers and then the Mariners. But give the Dodgers credit, they took the Cubs to extra innings before falling 4-3. The game was a classic pitchers duel between the Cubs' […]

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Jimmy Dale Knox

Memorial services for retired school bus driver Jimmy Dale Knox, 72, of Hanford were held on May 28 at People's Funeral Chapel in Hanford. He died in a Hanford hospital on May 23. He was a driver for Kings Co. Superintendent of Schools, he previously had worked in sales for Kingsrow Ford in Hanford. He […]

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