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Exeter’s dynamic duo

Last year, the Exeter doubles tennis team of Hannah Heuer and Stephanie Ford made it to the valley playoffs as a freshman and sophomore respectively. After a first round exit, the two hoped that the experience would lead to more success this year. Heuer and Ford were pushed to the limit by a surging Stockdale […]

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Cardinal of the Week

In her first year of running cross country, Tamara Oldziewski has become the Cardinals' top female runner. At the Woodlake Invitational last week she finished fifth place with a time of 23 minutes 35 seconds. Despite being new to the team, Oldziewski has been running long distance on her own for a couple of years. […]

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From Pencils to Powerpoint

By Nancy Gutierrez In this age of technology not using a computer is like saying phones aren't really useful. While writing a letter to grandma could be described as a nostalgic activity, turning in handwritten reports to teachers or employers is unacceptable. In Exeter Public Schools teachers and administrators are working to make students in […]

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Gusse E. Adam

Graveside services were held on Oct. 28 for Gusse E. Adam, of Lindsay. He passed away in Lindsay on Oct. 23 at the age of 103. He was born in Kansas on Feb. 11, 1900. He came to Lindsay with his family at the age of six. He attended schools in Lindsay and married Fredia […]

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Monarchs game winning drive stalls on Orosi goaline

By Tom Price Jr. All year long fumbles and interceptions have hurt the Exeter Monarchs. On Friday, they fumbled away an opportunity to knock off the East Sequoia League's hottest team, Orosi, and possibly hopes of keeping a playoff birth alive. Trailing 32-28, Exeter seemed headed for victory with a first-and-goal from the Orosi 10-yard-line. […]

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Lincoln, Wilson meet API

By Nancy Gutierrez The State 2002-2003 Academic Performance Index (API) results report that Wilson Middle School and Lincoln Elementary School met their API growth targets in every subgroup and overall. The API is the states assessment of student progress based on results from the California Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) program and the California High […]

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