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Longtime photographer Denise Albright is recognized as Exeter’s Woman of the Year

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN EXETER – When Exeter celebrated their centennial anniversary in 2011, there was a time capsule buried in downtown Exeter. Local photographer Denise Albright, who had been known for her skills at capturing local events, was given the opportunity to have some of her photos placed in the capsule. Since then, Albright has […]

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Heritage Award winner JoAnn Dodson dedicates half her life to Exeter’s small town charm

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN EXETER – It’s hard to imagine Exeter without JoAnn Dodson. The self-proclaimed Marilyn Monroe of Exeter is never shy, always pleasant and ever ready to throw her support into a good cause. But there was a time when Dodson wasn’t fond of Exeter. In 1975, JoAnn and her husband Joe were living […]

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Financial advisor Garrett German wins Exeter Man of the Year Award

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Most folks on this side of the country think financial wealth management is a game played on Wall Street. They imagine stockjobbers, day traders and powerful bankers running complex formulas on when to buy or sell. Little do they imagine a Visalia raised, Exeter surrogate homebody who takes clients one-by-one […]

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Knights of Columbus hold 27th annual Community Services Recognition Dinner in Exeter

By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette EXETER – Public service is often a thankless job, especially when it comes to first responders. They are there when we need them the most, refuse credit for their life saving and self sacrificing efforts and are rarely given the opportunity to meet those they save in the […]

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Lindsay seals golf course fate, opts to develop soccer park

Lindsay City Council votes 3-2 in favor of developing a soccer sports park with previously allocated Housing-Related Parks Program grant dollars By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Lindsay youth soccer got kicked up a notch at last week’s City Council meeting. On a 3-2 decision, the Lindsay City Council voted to reallocate $330,000 worth of Housing-Related […]

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Lindsay City Council no longer pays interest on a $1M repayment agreement to TCAG, will not make quarterly payments for 1 year

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – The Lindsay City Council voted unanimously to get out from under the full weight of repayment to the Tulare County Association of Governments (TCAG) branch Tulare County Transportation Authority (TCTA). In all, the City would not have to make one year of quarterly payments from April 2018 to April 2019, and […]

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Farmersville may begin budget cut backs

Midyear budget report says city has enough revenue to cover operations but can’t save for the future By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN FARMERSVILLE – After years of slow, steady economic growth following the Great Recession, local cities are just now starting to project revenues that may surpass expenditures in the coming years. Unfortunately, many could begin to […]

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Woodlake will honor annual award winners at 6 p.m. on March 2 at the Woodlake Memorial Building

@TheSunGazette WOODLAKE – A ‘Homegrown’ DJ, a drama loving school counselor, a soldier who served overseas who now ships domestically, a Flying Tiger, the reigning Miss Woodlake and a student who serves on the City Council are among those who will be honored this Saturday as those who represent the best of Woodlake. This year’s […]

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Lindsay Starbucks robber tries to break a twenty

Robber leaves without cash, driver caught on a $20,000 warrant @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – With national, and local, outcry over guns in schools it is easy to forget regular stores are held up all the time with firearms. One particular Lindsay Starbucks barista wasn’t sure if she might be another victim of gun violence. At 8:17 […]

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Knights of Columbus honor first responders in Exeter, Fville, Woodlake and Tulare County at March 3 dinner in Exeter

@TheSunGazette EXETER – The Knights of Columbus announced the names of public safety officers they will honor at their annual awards dinner on March 3 at the Exeter Memorial Building, 324 N. Kaweah Ave. in Exeter. The 26th annual Community Services Safety Recognition Dinner is presented by the Msgr. Joseph W. Balker Council 9068 in […]

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