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Water woes, wars and wins

For decades the Central Valley has been referred to as the citrus belt of California, most notably the city of Lindsay. But for over 15 years ground water litigation nearly put an end to the city’s ability to grow citrus. Each year the Lindsay Museum and Gallery hosts their dinner and moments in history fundraiser […]

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Garages can be an eye sore and closets can become a dumping ground for unwanted, garments and linens. But for Sarah Butler these under-utilized rooms hold a great deal of potential. In March the stalwart Visalia-based office furniture supply store, Cal Bennetts, began providing free in-home consultations through its newest line of business, Tailored Living […]

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Golden Bears maul Spartans

The Strathmore Spartans entered into league play with a perfect 7-0 season, but on Tuesday, Sept. 22 the Spartans were defeated by the Sierra Pacific Golden Bears in a devastating 2-7 loss. The loss was due in part to two players who were unable to participate in Tuesday’s match. However, number one senior Sharmila Thiagarajan […]

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Lindsay celebrates ‘Moments in History’

From state mandated water reductions to the recently passed Groundwater Sustainability Act, water is on the minds of many California residents. For Lindsay attorney Starr Warson, his water obsession began long before California’s current drought issues. Each year the Lindsay Museum and Gallery hosts their dinner and ‘Moments in History’ fundraiser where guests are treated […]

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Gro-ing toward the future

Zach Yohannes is a third generation Central Valley farmer. Farming in the Yohannes family dates back 10 generations, three of which have taken place in California. As a child he remembers never having to buy a tomato or pepper as his family always had giant gardens on their property. Most of all, he has always […]

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Far East meets West at EUHS

Foreign exchange programs are mutually beneficial. Not only do they allow for students to travel to a new county or state but they also give the host school an opportunity to learn from students of vastly different backgrounds. In April EUSD Superintendent Tim Hire, former Director of ELD/Special Projects Frank Silveria, Exeter High School Principal […]

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City wants kids to ‘Get up and Move’!

Last Thursday, seventh graders from Reagan and Lincoln Elementary began their morning differently. Instead of zipping up their backpack with books and binders, they laced up their running shoes and headed to the McDermont Field House for a full day of fun and fitness. Since last semester students from around the Central Valley have been […]

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City to measure sales tax with vote

In the wake of budget discussions and unforeseen cash flow issues, the City of Lindsay is looking toward their financial future in attempts to reconcile the City’s ongoing deficit. One solution that was proposed to City Council at the Aug. 25 meeting was increasing the City’s retail sales tax rate. Although the process is quite […]

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Exeter reigns over court

The Exeter Monarchs conquered both the Lindsay Cardinals and the Tulare Western Mustangs in both singles and double play this week. On Tuesday, Sept. 8 the Monarchs traveled to Tulare where they narrowly defeated the Mustangs in a tight 6-3 match. Number one player Katrina Hudson crushed her Mustang opponent Stephanie Vazquez 8-1. The two […]

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