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Spartans dominate in league play

With only three losses on the season, the Strathmore Spartans are looking to repeat history as they march toward the playoffs. On Wednesday, Jan. 13 the Strathmore Spartans soccer squad had a blow out, 9-2 victory over their guest the Granite Hills Grizzlies. Junior Taylor Alkire managed an astounding four goals during Wednesday’s game while goalie Jackie Orozco […]

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Breaking the dam

Every athlete grows up with a hero – someone to aspire to. For Lindsay High School junior, Estevan Moreno it was famed soccer player, Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez. “I’ve been following his career since the beginning,” smiled Moreno. Hernandez was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco and first played in a recreation league when he was seven years old. Hernandez […]

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Record-setting goals

Taylor Alkire has quickly become a nightmare for varsity players in the East Sequoia League and beyond. With an average of 2.1 goals per game and 34 for the season, its no wonder why her competition is hesitant to meet her on the field. However, Alkire is a more than just an intimating record, she […]

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Board approves contract for private investigator

Students at Farmersville Unified School District returning from winter break may not have noticed many changes around campus, but one thing is missing from the district: a superintendent. During a special meeting held on Tuesday, Dec. 15, Farmersville Unified School District Board met to discuss the “Discipline/Dismissal/Release” of Superintendent Ofelia Ceja-Lariviere. After the board met […]

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City searches for lost leadership

The saga of Lindsay cannot be easily summarized as the history of the City is shrouded in roughly a decade of controversy. Despite having made significant strides since the effects of the housing market crash nearly devastated the City and its administration in 2011, Lindsay is once again faced with a number of pressing issues. […]

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Superintendent put on paid admin. leave

It was an all too familiar feeling for teachers, administrators and community members, as President of the Farmersville Unified School District (FUSD) Board, Don Mason, read the only action item on the school board agenda, “Public Employee: Discipline/Dismissal/Release,” during a special meeting held on Tuesday, Dec. 15. The employee in question was Superintendent Ofelia Ceja-Lariviere. […]

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Community celebrates the true meaning of Christmas

he true meaning of Christmas is simple, but easy to forget when faced with the arduous shopping lists and long trips to visit distant relatives. On Thursday, Dec. 17 Farmersville Unified School District was reminded of what the season is about: a time to bless loved ones and strangers alike. The story of ‘Jingle Jugs’ […]

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Monarchs have winning week

Despite a slow start to the season, the Exeter Monarchs have made up lost ground with their three-game winning streak. According to head coach Pete Renteria, “We are continuing to get better both technically and tactically.” On Monday, Dec. 14 the Granite Hills Grizzlies hosted the Exeter Monarchs soccer squad. The Monarchs secured a close 3-1 triumph over the Granite […]

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