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Ruby Rose Depew

Graveside service for Ruby Rose Depew, 87, of Visalia will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 29 at 1 p.m. at Lindsay-Strathmore Cemetery. The service will be officiated by Reverend Thomas O. Elson. She died on Sept. 24 at Kaweah Delta District Hospital of Visalia. She was born on Jan. 12, 1917 in Butte, Mont. She […]

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Facing another fall

By Andrea Camarena Homecoming queens, parades and track inaugurations weren't enough to get another victory out ot the Monarchs last Friday when they hosted the Granite Hills Grizzlies for EUHS' 43rd Homecoming on Sept. 24. In a back and forth battle at Exeter Stadium, the Monarchs came up short when all they could squeeze out […]

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Manuel "Manny" Villegas

Manuel "Manny" Villegas a loving father and friend to many passed away suddenly Sept 10. He was a long time resident of Oakland. He was 80 years old. He was born in Perris, Calif. and he was a long time resident of Lindsay. He served his country and enlisted in the Army during World War […]

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Monarchs reign in Visalia tourney

By Andrea Camarena At the Farmersville Invitational two weeks ago, the Monarchs had a good tournament when they took second place to Immanuel. This past weekend in Visalia, EUHS experienced greatness. Going undefeated in pool play on Friday, Sept. 24 and again on Saturday in bracket play, the Monarchs took the championship at the Visalia […]

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Cardinals get first win

The Lindsay Cardinals got their first win of the season last Friday night defeating the McFarland Cougars 33-22 in front of the home crowd at Frank Skadan Stadium. LHS quarterback Abel Gamboa and receiver Johnny Gonzalez played pitch and catch all night igniting one of the most prolific passing attacks in recent memory. The two […]

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Going the distance

By Andrea Camarena Exeter's young blood is leading the varsity cross country squad into a string of top ranking finishes. Freshman Allison Gonzales led the Monarch varsity girls again to a second place finish at the prestigious Mt. Whitney Invitational last Friday. Gonzales conquered Mooney Grove Park's three-mile course in 19:12. Isaac Gonzales, the team's […]

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League play starts off slow

By Andrea Camarena The Cardinals bounced out of a two game winning streak and into a losing one last week when they fell to both Coalinga and Corcoran. In their opening game of league play, Lindsay lost to the Coalinga Horned Toads in four games. After falling 12-25 in the first match and 19-25 in […]

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Cardinal of the Week

Senior Dee Dee Lopez and Junior Yadira Lopez were named this week's Cardinal of the Week. Dee Dee and Yadira are the No. 1 doubles team for the Cardinals tennis team. They were undefeated against Corcoran, winning 6-0, 6-1, and 6-3. Both girls are experienced. As juniors, Yadira is in her third season on the […]

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Exeter schools to begin work with BASRC

By Nancy Gutierrez At a joint work-study between the Exeter Union High School and Exeter Union School District, board members were given a presentation by Bay Area School Reform Collaborative (BASRC) representative Marsha Plumbly about what to expect in their journey with BASRC. BASRC is a non-profit organization, founded in 1995, with a goal to […]

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Walk to school week is Oct. 4-8

The California Nutrition Network for Healthy Active Families partnered with Power Play Five a Day, invite the community to Walk to School on Oct. 8. International Walk to School Day takes place around the world the first few weeks in October. It is an international week that raises awareness about the positive ways walking to […]

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