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LPD moves to restore officer reserve

Despite an increase in turn-over, switching dispatch providers and most notably the loss of Chief of Public Safety Rich Wilkinson, officers with the Lindsay Police Department (LPD) have worked diligently to keep order and peace in the city they serve. With a potential officer on the cusp of completing academy and an anticipated approval of […]

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WHS counseling welcomes back new, old faces

High school counselors play a key role on campus from answering questions such as, Where should I go to college?, Is college the right path for me?, to giving students emotional support and encouragement through difficult times. Keeping in mind the impact a counselor can have on a student, Woodlake Unified School District promoted Head […]

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The heart and sole of education

Educational standards have recently made significant strides in meeting students at their level. Exeter Unified School District now sits on the forefront of this education movement, as they unveiled a new curriculum in three blended classroom this school year. In April administrators and instructors met together in order to construct a curriculum based on The […]

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Woodlake High School athletes get new policy

Student athletes are often seen as heroes on campus. They win games, provide entertainment throughout the week and create pride in the community. For many students balancing extra curriculars, homework and a demanding sports schedule can have an impact on their academics. During the Woodlake Unified school board meeting held on Monday, Aug. 12, Athletic […]

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Superhumanoids bring powerful mix

Sarah Chernoff directs the sound man with the sweetest voice imaginable during Superhumanoids sound check on Friday night. She requests a few adjustments before her sugary voice begins to echo through the Cellar Door. Cameron Parkins strums along while Max St. John begins striking his keys. Soon the band is in sync and those lucky […]

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With Feet First

Pre-teens and teens aren’t generally excited about the first day of school. Sure they get to see some of their friends for the first time in two months, show off new clothes or display athletic feats after a summer growth spurt. But after that wears off in the first 10 minutes of the first class, […]

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DA: No charges against Council

Lindsay City Council has had their fair share of front page headlines, most of which have not been flattering. In early May allegations of conspiracy sent shock waves through the City that resulted in the loss of a City Manager/Chief of Public Safety and feelings of animosity from citizens toward their council. Four months later […]

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City plans for extreme water conditions, crisis

California’s four year drought has sent many cities across the state into conservation mode. In addition to taking measures to conserve water every day, The City of Lindsay is looking toward the future. During the City’s council meeting on July 28 City Service Planner Mike Camarena presented two additional phase’s to the City’s current water […]

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Live in every direction

Graffiti is often seen as a blight to community members and there seems to be an endless struggle between authorities and graffiti artists going back decades. Erik Gonzalez and his fellow artists have been changing the reputation of their art form throughout Tulare County for over a year. To hear Gonzalez talk about the change […]

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A ‘can’ do attitude

Californians are fortunate for the vast agricultural resources and vibrant cultural tapestry which provides to us a bounty of fantastic foods. What better way to celebrate the great California food tradition than to host a competition of the best home canners and bakers? At this year’s State Fair kitchen masters submitted over 20,000 entries to […]

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