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Cracking with color

Kids are anxiously awaiting a visit from their favorite Easter Bunny, but part of the Easter tradtion is dyeing eggs. However, with a trip over to Oscars Hay & Feed there might not be a need at all. The Farmersville store is currently filling its cages with a variety of chicks including a spring sensation […]

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Junction Blues at the Fox

Two revolutionary blues artists and a converted rock stand-out are about to converge on stage for the first time ever…and they’ll be making the historical performance on the stage in downtown Visalia. Though he’s shuttered the doors to his gourmet restaurant and intimate concert venue, former Exeter business owner Doug Long hasn’t closed the door […]

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A Fantastic Fourth

It’s hard to believe that a team could win a Valley Title without “really trying.” Doing it four years in a row and five times in the past six, well, that should be downright impossible. For Exeter girls track, it could just mean, they’re doing things exactly right. Coach Darin Lasky says that every year, […]

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Exeter girls best Kingsburg, boys fall 93-42 to Vikings

The Monarchs came away with a Central Sequoia League victory after taking down Kingsburg in the girls varsity meet as well as the frosh/soph competition on Wednesday, April 17. But it was a tough night for the varsity boys squad as it fell 93-44 to Kingsburg. The Exeter girls varsity squad led the Vikings 75.5-60.5 […]

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Eagles eliminate Monarchs, take tourney

The Exeter Monarchs made it to the final day of the Pro PT Visalia-Tulare Spring Baseball Invitational Tournament but fell short of the championship game. After going 3-1 in pool play, the Monarchs earned a spot in the lower division semifinal on Wednesday, March 27. The semifinal marked a rematch between Bakersfield Christian. It was […]

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Monarchs hit the come-back trail to begin tourney

The Exeter baseball team opened the 2013 Visalia-Tulare Invitational with a 10-9 win over MiraMonte on Saturday, March 23. The Monarchs trailed 9-6 heading into the final inning before a four-run outburst in the seventh defeated the Lions Exeter continued to win in comeback fashion later the same day when they trailed Mission Oak 2-1 […]

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Monarchs comeback falls short

The Exeter baseball team continued to struggle against league competition as they lost 5-4 on Tuesday, March 19 to East Sequoia League opponent Central Valley Christian in Visalia. The Monarchs gave up a run in the second inning and four more in the sixth to trail 5-0 going into the game’s final inning. The Monarchs […]

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Aztecs run to state comes to an end

The Farmersville boys soccer team were on the verge of sending the game into overtime when an offside call on the Aztecs offense halted their momentum in the pivotal second half. Trailing1-0, the Aztecs were making every effort they could to tie the game against Sun Valley in the Division III So-Cal regional championship tournament’s […]

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