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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor and Community of Exeter, In response to all the false statements made by Samantha Weller about me in a public setting at the last Exeter District Ambulance Board meeting held on March 24, 2017. I find it very interesting for Mrs. Samantha Weller who has never met me but claims to know so […]

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Mother Earth, Baby Bunnies & Sister Cities

By Amy C. Witt @AmyCWitt_SGN tulare county – On the first Earth Day in 1970, 22 million Americans celebrated clean air, land and water and now, 47 years later, citizens all over the country come together to celebrate a mass environmental. And of the millions of Americans, many communities throughout Tulare County host their own […]

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Poppies to help pick up veterans

@TheSunGazette exeter – Our fallen warriors contribute to the continuing needs of our veterans when members of American Legion Auxiliary (ALA) distribute bright red poppies in exchange for a donation. Unit 94 in Exeter traditionally passes out the crepe paper poppies in May, but this year will seek donations for the flowers on April 19 […]

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Exeter doesn’t play games with cancer

By Laura Nielsen Miller @TheSunGazette exeter – It was a beautiful day for working in the garden. She steps into the shower to let the warm water wash away the soil and sweat of the day. As she takes note of her sore shoulder muscles, she decides it’s time to get back on track with […]

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Masonic lodge under renovation

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – At one time or another there is a need for the old guard to lay down his armor and allow a younger generation to take the lead. For the Exeter Masonic Temple that time is now. Improvements are currently abound and underway at the south E Street building above […]

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Exeter discusses Tooleville water woes

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – Exeter’s small neighbor to the east, Tooleville has been without a reliable water supply for years. Now that the drought has relinquished its firm grip on California, the City is willing to discuss options to help the community. However, it is less of a matter of water and more […]

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, Things happen when you truly least expect them. Earlier this week I was working in the rose garden at Paula Marvin’s store Rosemary & Thyme, when the most unexpected thing happened. I turned around I saw a couple looking at the Poppies and Lupine Mural on the west wall of her store. Being […]

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Neighbors get cross over diagonal parking

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – Residents living on busy streets find parking to be a pain during working and sometimes non-working hours. At least that is the issue for residents on Crespi Avenue between Rocky Hill Drive and San Juan Avenue. The number of cars parking along the curb has already been a source […]

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CRIME LINES

Lindsay Police Logs Wednesday, March 22 At 2:38 a.m., while on general patrol, Officer Cavasos was advised of a suspicious subject possibly trying to set items on fire in the parking lot of 300 block W. Hermosa. Upon arrival, Officer Cavasos contacted Edgar Rangel, who was found to have an active misdemeanor warrant for his […]

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Water woes push politicians to reach out to Feds

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN central valley – Despite more than average rain fall and reservoirs reaching the brim of capacity, Valley farmers learned that they would only be getting 65% of their federal water allocation. As a result Valley politicians in California endorsed a letter to the United States Secretary of the Interior, Ryan Zinke. […]

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