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Cardinals take two against Farmersville

By Tom Price Jr. After dropping consecutive one-run decisions to end the Immanuel Tournament on March 13, the Lindsay baseball team took out their frustration on Farmersville Saturday during a doubleheader. The Cardinals improve their record with a 9-1 win and a 5-2 win over the Aztecs in Farmersville. The hot and cold hitting continued […]

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Cardinal of the Week

Lindsay High School's Cardinal of the Week is two-year varsity center-fielder and pitcher, senior Bryan Rios. Bryan led the Cardinals to victory in the game against Immanuel, with an outstanding hitting performance. Batting third in the lineup he accounted for all five runs by the Cardinals. He was three for four with three RBIs in […]

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No pink-slips at Exeter schools

By Nancy Gutierrez For many schools the state budget problems leave many educators bracing themselves for the worst on March 15 the deadline for layoff notices. State law says certificated employees, who include teachers, must be notified of possible layoffs by March 15. In Visalia the number of pink slips came to 15. The Visalia […]

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Board looks to buy second property

By Nancy Gutierrez At a special work/study session of the Exeter Union School District the board discussed the expansion of facilities at Lincoln School and the possibility of buying more property adjacent to the school. The board purchased a lot on the southeast corner of D and Clarence streets in November 2002. Superintendent Renee Whitson […]

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High School Board talks class schedule

By Nancy Gutierrez At a special work,/study session of the Exeter Union High School District on March 9 the board had a lengthy discussion regarding the effects of a change to the current daily schedule to a six-period day. Currently the school schedule is on a four-by-four block schedule. Students take four 88 minute classes […]

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Healthy budget means no pink-slips

By Nancy Gutierrez While school districts like Visalia Unified and Fresno Unified are struggling to balance their school budget, the foresight of the Lindsay Unified School District board, Superintendent Janet Kliegl and Business Manager Les Henson has allowed LUSD teachers and administrators to breath a sigh of relief, for now at least. There was no […]

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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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