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Council restricts Sexually Oriented Businesses

By Reggie Ellis The City of Exeter has finally protected itself from being overrun by dirty S.O.B.s. SOBs, or sexually oriented businesses, include everything from adult bookstores to striptease clubs and pornographic theatres. The recent controversy surrounding Sugar Daddy's Gentlemen's Club is a timely reminder of why the Exeter City Council wanted a city ordinance […]

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State budget frees cash for schools, cuts tax for teachers

By Nancy Gutierrez Though sacrifices have been made, the passage of the 2004-05 state budget will allow school districts to finalize local budgets and more importantly will release cash flow to districts who will be looking to pay bills and payroll for the month of August. Business Manager Les Henson has spent many hours in […]

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TCAG green-lights signal at Highways 198, 65 intersection

By Reggie Ellis The Tulare County Association of Governments (TCAG) recently released its annual study grading 50 intersections within Tulare County. TCAG, the agency which oversees transportation projects for Tulare County, gives each intersection a grade on a letter scale from "A", representing smooth traffic flows, to "F", congested traffic or gridlock. No surprise to […]

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Science teacher will teach math class

By Nancy Gutierrez A 1996 report by the The California State University Institute for Education Reform, stated that, "in 1995 over 15,000 people with inadequate teaching credentials were teaching in classrooms up and down the state, on emergency permits or waivers of credential requirements. Most were hired in Southern California, 60 percent in Los Angeles […]

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J.B. Loftis

A private graveside service for J. B. Loftis, 85, was held on July 27 in Woodlake. He passed away at his home in Woodlake on July 22 with his wife and children by his side. He was born to Jesse and Amy Loftis on Dec. 5, 1918 in Marion, Ky. He was married to his […]

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Retired teachers fight Social Security reductions

Retired teachers presented Congressman Devin Nunes (R-Visalia) with petitions signed by over a thousand local constituents supporting repeal of penalties in Social Security that can dramatically reduce the retirement income of educators. Statewide, more than 80,000 people have signed petitions in support of the repeal of social security's government pension offset and the windfall elimination […]

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John Carter Woods, Jr.

A private burial for John Carter Woods, Jr., 79, will be held at Santa Nella National Cemetery. He died on July 29 at Kaweah Delta Hospital in Visalia. He was born to John and Josephine Woods on Aug. 17, 1924in Graybul, Wyo. He was raised in Bakersfield graduating from school there and UC Santa Barbara. […]

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Onist Doss

A memorial service for Onist Doss, 76, of Exeter was held on July 31 at the Three Rivers Memorial Building and officiated by Pastor Lin Goodyear. He died on July 15 in Visalia. He was the son of John and Dorothy (Parks) Doss. He was born on May 4, 1928 in Arkansas. He married the […]

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Picaso's Passion

By Carolyn Barbre Move over Rodeo Drive! The lovely ladies of Lindsay have the hottest new boutique and makeup studio north of Melrose, Picaso's Passion at 261 N. Elmwood Ave., two doors south of Virginia's Hair Salon. Proprietor Suzi Picaso, 36, has worked in the cosmetic industry for 16 years, 13 of them for Gottschalks. […]

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