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Strathmore mauled by Bear, prevail over Panthers in late league win

The Spartans seemed to be on the road to victory, as they faced off against Sierra Pacific on Tuesday, Oct. 27, opening the match with an explosive first set. However, as the game progressed the Spartans began to tire, leading to their eventual 3-1 loss. Sierra Pacific opened the first set with a kill. However, […]

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Forum raises awareness on human trafficking

Prostitution is often referred to as the world’s oldest profession, but as law enforcement agencies continue to investigate and prosecute these crimes, startling facts about this dark world have come to light. In recent years the sexual exploitation of children and human trafficking has become a global epidemic. In an effort to raise awareness the […]

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Spartans snap losing streak

The Spartans have faced a number of hurdles on and off the field over the last three weeks. Chief among them was the loss of starting quarterback Carlos Lopez. After colliding with another player, Lopez injured his arm taking him out of the night’s game and possibly the remainder of league play. The Spartans suffered […]

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The KEYS to success

Tucked away in the heart of the Central Valley is the city of Farmersville. The rural agricultural community is home to Farmersville Junior High School (FJHS) which according to Learning Director Jaison Norton, “has a pretty unique thing going on.” In the beginning the new school year students were welcomed back with a new fitness […]

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Sharing something beautiful

Joshua trees may not be a pleasing vegetation to look at, but there is no doubt that their distinctive beauty has inspired many throughout the ages. These spiky desert plants were originally given their name by a group of Mormon settlers, crossing the Mojave Desert. The tree’s unique shape reminded the settlers of a biblical story in […]

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LUSD leads the way in education

Lindsay Unified School District has become nationally renowned for its Performance Based System of education. They have gain so much national attention the district recently hired Community Service Director Barry Sommers to serve as the district’s Director of Public Relations. “Everyday someone is calling,” Sommers went on to say, “Little Lindsay has wisdom to share, […]

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Hitman pleads guilty to nine murders

For three decades families of the victims of Jose Manuel Martinez have mourned the unsolved murders their loved ones. Although they can never get back the life that was taken from them, they now have peace of mind knowing that justice has been served. The Richgrove contract killer pled guilty to nine counts of first-degree […]

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‘Ranch’ to open in town

For meat lovers, there is nothing better than good barbecue accompanied by a cold beer. But many Valley residents often find themselves asking themselves, “Where can I go for barbecue?” On Oct. 12 there will be an answer to that question, The Ranch Hand Café. What was originally started as a catering business quickly transformed […]

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Local runners fall to back of the pack

Over 31 Central Valley schools met on Friday, Oct. 2 to compete in the three-mile Golden West Invitational. Unfortunately, for three local schools their competition proved to be too much as they failed to pull ahead of the pack. Both Farmersville’s boys’ and girls’ varsity placed 30th overall with final scores of 885 for the […]

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