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County will upgrade to paramedics

By Reggie Ellis Let's say you live in the county halfway between Exeter and Lindsay. Your spouse calls 911 because something has completely blocked your airway. When the ambulance picks you up they either have to take you to Sierra View Hospital in Porterville or Kaweah Delta Hospital in Visalia. The emergency medical technicians on […]

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LHS has accreditation review

By Nancy Gutierrez Lindsay High School went through a grueling three day Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) accreditation process March 7-9. WASC is one of six regional associations that accredit public and private schools, colleges, and universities in the United States. The Western Region covers institutions in California and Hawaii, and several U.S. […]

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Clarence Street may be closed for Lincoln Elementary expansion

By Reggie Ellis The Exeter Unified School District approached the Exeter City Council about the expansion of Lincoln Elementary School during the public comment period of its March 9 meeting. EUSD Board member Dean Sutton asked the council to consider closing Clarence Street in order for the district to expand Lincoln School to the south […]

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May I take your order?

By Nancy Gutierrez Mayor Ed Murray and Lindsay Unified School District Board President Mercy Herrera dusted off their aprons to help serve breakfast to the students at Lincoln Elementary School in an effort to promote national school breakfast week. The school breakfast program is provided by the Tulare County Office of education's Nutrition Network for […]

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Lindsay frozen food plant to offer 350 jobs

By Carolyn Barbre More than 350 jobs will be coming to eastern Tulare County this fall thanks to the reopening of a frozen vegetable processing plant in Lindsay. At the March 9 Lindsay City Council meeting City Manager Scot Townsend said, "We've been contacted by Lindsay Foods. They want to begin production in July and […]

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John J. Nardiello

Graveside services were held on March 12 at Lindsay-Strathmore Cemetery with Rev. Alex Ignacio officiating for John J. Nardiello, 86, of Lindsay. He died on March 10 at Kaweah Delta Hospital. He was born on Nov. 27, 1917 in Pittsburg, Pa. He married Juanita Edna Brumley on Jan. 1, 1944 in Torrance, Calif. She passed […]

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Sweet Brier Plaza Dedication

By Carolyn Barbre It’s going to be very colorful, that’s a promise. It’s going to be the place to be on Friday evenings. Starting with a 15 minute to half hour dedication ceremony at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, April 2, Sweet Brier Plaza will have something going on every Friday evening and and other events […]

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Cleo Tiesen

Graveside services for Cleo R. Tiesen, 91, of Visalia will be held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, March 18 at the Exeter District Cemetery. She passed away on Sunday, March 14 in Visalia. She was born on July 27, 1912 in Glendive, Mont. She was raised outside Lindsay, Mont. where she went to grade school […]

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County upgrades to paramedics

By Reggie Ellis Let's say you live in the county halfway between Lindsay and Exeter. Your spouse calls 911 because something has completely blocked your airway. When the ambulance picks you up they either have to take you to Sierra View Hospital in Porterville or Kaweah Delta Hospital in Visalia. The emergency medical technicians on […]

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