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Lindsay stuggles early on

The Lindsay Cardinals’ score may not reflect the teams overall improvement, but both the players and Head Coach Heather Sullenger believe if they continue to put in the work their dedication will pay off during league play. The Cardinals began the week by facing off against the Orange Cove Titans on Tuesday, Sept. 8. Number […]

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A Perfect Match

Jasdeep Bains has a deep love for her sport, primarily because it has taught her an invaluable lesson: life isn’t about the victories, instead it’s about trying to be better than you were yesterday. Bains has been a Lindsay resident for the last sixteen years and a high achieving member of the Lindsay Unified School […]

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Pingilly’s passionate pursuit of knowledge

Dr. Michelle Pingilly, director of ELD/special projects, officially began her tenure in July, just in time to join the district staff at their annual retreat. She comes to Exeter Unified School District (EUSD) with many years of administrative experience, as a site principal, as well as working at the administrative level in Delano. Pingilly’s administrative […]

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Lindsay learners take an alternative route to success

Alternative Education: it’s where the bad kids go, right? Wrong. Continuation high schools are safe havens for students struggling emotionally, academically or even socially. JJ Cairns Continuation High School (JCCHS) is a pioneer in alternative education. For over a decade JCCHS has strived to break the crippling stereotypes of alternative education by providing the necessary […]

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F’ville Unified gets a boost in funds

When Farmersville Unified School District (FUSD) began planning for the future they had four goals in mind: to increase student achievement, provide a healthy environment for students, increase parent engagement and provide every graduate with 21st century skills. The district has received additional funding in their Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) to ensure they meet […]

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Lindsay ‘Almost’ takes 1st place

Last week Lindsay Head Coach Orlando Benitez shared that this year’s crop of varsity runners was going to surprise competitors; two meets into the 2015 season, his predictions are turning out to be accurate. On Friday, Sept. 4 both Lindsay High School (LHS) and Farmersville High School (FHS) traveled to Hanford to compete in the […]

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Lindsay OKs utility rate increase

It was standing room only during the Tuesday, Aug. 25 council meeting. While members of SEIU employees lined the walls holding signs in protest of the recent furloughs, citizens in disagreement of proposed increase in utility rates filled council chambers. There were several key items on Tuesday’s agenda, most notably a proposition 218 public hearing — adopting […]

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Lighting the way for fire rescues

The Tulare County Fire Department was presented with a check from FM Global for $2,369 in order to purchase four portable fire rescue lights on Thursday, Aug. 28. The check was presented by David Erikson, FM Global’s Field Engineering Group Manager. Joe Rosa, TCFD Fire Captain/Prevention, applied for the grant in April after doing online […]

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Healing thru helping

Time and again it has been shown that helping others can help ease the burden of emotional suffering. Whether through volunteering or donating to charity giving one’s time and energy to a noble cause gives hope and purpose to those struggling with their own troubles. There is no greater example of this than at A&F […]

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