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Aztecs-Cardinals battle for Cup

One hundred minutes of soccer wasn’t enough to produce a winner in the first leg of the Champions Cup between Farmersville and Lindsay on Thursday Night, Jan. 17 at Garry L. Meek Stadium. The two evenly matched teams found scoring opportunities throughout the match but neither could find the net through regulation or in overtime, […]

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Bowl-ed Over

When budgets are slashed and it feels as though the economy may never recover, residents of Lindsay are refusing to let their pride or their town flounder. More than 100 volunteers gathered at the Olive Bowl on Saturday, Oct. 20 to revitalize the highly utilized sports facility that was once home of the Lindsay High […]

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Honoring an Icon

On Friday, Oct. 19, long-time Lindsay High School football announcer Hal Munter will have the pressbox at Frank Skadan Stadium dedicated in his honor. Hal Munter who was Lindsay’s only varsity football announcer from 1971 until just last season, passed away last winter. Back in September of 2009 the Foothills Sun-Gazette featured Munter in an […]

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Taft trips up Giants in three

In her second season as a COS Giant, former Exeter Union High School volleyball player Christine Hutcheson is playing a key role in making defense the COS Giants’ biggest strength. Though the Giants are struggling this season with a 2-4 overall record, Hutcheson has helped the Giants with both consistent defense and a dangerous serve. […]

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Locals shine at next level

The Porterville College Pirates are having the best season of coach Dale Henderson’s career and he owes it in large part to some local foothill talent from Exeter, Woodlake and Strathmore. “We are two steps ahead of where we were last year,” Henderson said. “We’re in an upper class now, we can compete with the […]

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Woodlake City Council candidates present platforms at public forum

Woodlake resident and regular speaker during city council public comment sessions, Marty Winkler wore her heart on her sleeve and pleaded with four city council candidates to do the same when they stated their solutions for mending a current divide among residents. Winkler was the first of several residents to stand up and pose poignant […]

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Residents removing outdoor marijuana

The City of Woodlake put its latest ordinance to practice last month, issuing nine notices to comply with newly approved regulations on medical marijuana grow sites within city limits. Five residents complied with the order to eradicate their outdoor plants within the first 10 days of the initial notice and the Woodlake Police Department was […]

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Tapping Local Brewing Talent

The Lindsay Community Theater tapped local home brewers, micro brewers, bars and restaurants to raise their glasses to raise money for historic Lindsay Community Theater repairs last Saturday. Fat-Boyz Bar and Grill serves up the Lindsay bar’s very own FatBoyz Pale Ale during the Lindsay Brewfest at Sweet Brier. (Look for a full story on […]

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