Welcome Guest! You have 5 free reads leftLogin/Register
Breaking News
You Are Here: Home » Articles posted by Archives (Page 1411)

Exeter drops two in tourney

By Tom Price Jr. The Exeter Monarchs girls basketball team opened its season with the Redwood Tournament Friday and Saturday. The Monarchs won their first round game against Granite Hills 49-48. In the quarter finals they battled with the host Redwood Rangers before falling 65-44. The first half was littered with sloppy play and fouls. […]

Read more

Lindsay kicks off season with two victories

By Tom Price Jr. Having lost seven players to graduation last year, one would think this year's Lindsay Cardinal girl's soccer squad would be lacking in experience. Second year varsity players Brenda Raingal and Monica Montes set out last weekend at the Porterville Shootout to prove that age isn't everything. Raingal started the tournament by […]

Read more

Like the system before it, the BCS has failed

By Tom Price Jr. The Bowl Championship Series (BS…oops! BCS) was supposed to finally give Division I college football an undisputed champion. In past years the BCS has escaped total collapse by actually delivering what should be championship games. But as many predicted this year the system has resulted in complete failure. What was supposed […]

Read more

Lindsay boys beat F'ville in lopsided battle

By Tom Price Jr. The Lindsay Cardinals boy's basketball team recorded two wins in last week, beating Farmersville on Thursday 49-21 and Strathmore 67-51 the following day. The Cardinals improved to 2-0 on Friday despite their second consecutive poor shooting night. The Cardinals opened the game with seven missed shots and got in early foul […]

Read more

Campus safety top priority at Exeter Schools

By Nancy Gutierrez On Monday Nov. 24, a 25-year-old Farmersville man was arrested outside of Wilson Middle School for stalking and annoying a child. The man had followed a 12-year-old girl home from Wilson previously and at the time of the arrest, police found the girl's name and address in his car. It was ultimately […]

Read more

Proposition delay affects construction at school sites

By Nancy Gutierrez The state legislature is discussing delaying the vote for Prop. 55, a bond measure that would provide $12.3 billion for construction and renovation of kindergarten through university facilities. "Passage of Proposition 55 in the March 2004 election would provide badly needed new school construction to modernize and address overcrowding conditions, as well […]

Read more

Daisys in winter

By Nancy Gutierrez Daisys are popping up everywhere in Exeter thanks to the Girl Scouts of America and Troop leader volunteer Jane Kleinkramer. Kleinkramer, a former Girl Scout, was looking for a Daisy troop for her daughter who is in kindergarten. Daisy members are pre-kindergarten to kindergarten aged girls. "They didn't have a troop for […]

Read more

Band, choir yuletide concerts

The Lindsay High School Band, Steve Garvey Junior High band and a beginning band combining students from each of the elementary schools will all perform at a Winter Concert at 7 p.m. tomorrow Dec. 11 at the Lindsay Community Theatre. Directed by Charles Hickinbotham, the bands will each play several Christmas pieces. "The high school […]

Read more

© 1901 - 2018 The Sun-Gazette Newspaper ~ Powered By Wordpress

Scroll to top