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Rose opens up

By Tom Price Jr. Pete Rose may have been the keynote speaker at Friday night's Miracle League of Visalia charity dinner, but the buzz was of another miracle. After 14 years of denials, Rose finally told the truth that he bet on baseball in a book titled "Pete Rose: My Prison Without Bars" released one […]

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Rose opens up

By Tom Price Jr. Pete Rose may have been the keynote speaker at Friday night's Miracle League of Visalia charity dinner, but the buzz was of another miracle. After 14 years of denials, Rose finally told the truth that he bet on baseball in a book titled "Pete Rose: My Prison Without Bars" released one […]

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Family Matters

By Tom Price Jr. Erica, Johnny and Anthony are more than just siblings they are a team. Growing up all three of them played on the same recreation team and now Johnny and Anthony are a one-two-punch for the Lindsay Cardinals basketball team and Erica is scoring points for the girls team. Their bond however […]

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Monarchs compete at Doc Buchanan

By Tom Price Jr. Exeter wrestlers Dan Weatherly and Oscar Botello each placed in the top 10 in their weight class at the Doc Buchanan Invitational in Clovis over the weekend. The two-day wrestling event features some of the best wrestlers on the west coast, including some from the defending state champion in New Mexico […]

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Cardinals squander lead and chance for first win

By Tom Price Jr. Questions have surrounded the offense of the Lindsay Cardinals boys soccer team throughout the early season. With an aggressive and stingy defense already in place they entered Thursday's match against CVC wondering if they would even be able to find the net. Their questions were answered in the games first minute […]

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Monarchs keep rolling, beat Parlier

By Tom Price Jr. Two defensive efforts kept the Exeter Monarchs boys basketball team's momentum heading into league play this week. Trailing 41-34 at halftime against Porterville last Wednesday the Monarchs defense cut off all lanes to the basket and limited the Panthers to just five second-half points and evened the score at 34. In […]

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How to Cope

By Nancy Gutierrez In just three years the students in Exeter Public schools have experienced the loss of six of their own. It began when Exeter Union High School Senior Adam Cox lost his battle with Leukemia in January of 2001. Then in July of that same year 16-year-old Joanna Hellwig was killed in a […]

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ADA relief for schools

By Nancy Gutierrez The state is providing a remedy for schools with decreased average daily attendance (ADA) due to the flu. In November and December cases of influenza were diagnosed in epidemic proportions across the nation. This season brought a new strain that hit children and the elderly hard. Absences in schools increased dramatically. Superintendent […]

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EUHS students selected to honor bands

Exeter Union High School seniors Jaymi Gepner and Carolina Ruiz were selected out of 1,000 students from across the state to participate in the 2004 California All-state Honor bands. Monarch Band Director Kirk Clague said students take the initiative to compete for placement by sending a recording of themselves playing scales and a required solo. […]

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Goodwin was not drinking

By Reggie Ellis On Sunday, California Highway Patrol officials confirmed what Lynne Goodwin already knew -- that her son was not driving under the influence on Jan. 2 when he was killed in a car accident. Goodwin said the coroner's toxicology report found no trace of alcohol in Kyle Goodwin's body. Calls to the Coroner's […]

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