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Ballots available for Nov. 3 election

Last week, Rita A. Woodard, Registrar of Voters, announced that Nomination Papers for offices to be voted on at the Nov. 3, 2015 Consolidated Districts Election will be available through Friday, Aug. 7, 2015, in the Elections Division, Government Plaza, 5951 South Mooney Blvd., Visalia. Office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through […]

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Crime Lines

Exeter Police Logs Sunday, June 28 Officers contacted Abel Ramirez in the Exeter City Park consuming an alcoholic beverage. Ramirez was arrested and issued an agreement to appear. He was later released without further incident. Officers contacted Guadalupe Pilar in the Exeter City Park consuming an alcoholic beverage. Pilar was arrested and issued a citation. […]

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Librarian receives ‘Friend’ly reception

Tulare County turned the page on the County Library System when it introduced Darla Wegener as its new County Librarian earlier this year. Now the Friends of the Lindsay Library is inviting the community to be a part of the next chapter in the Tulare County Library and its 15 branch libraries, including Lindsay. Friends […]

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Lindsay set to appoint interim

After the departure of the former City Manager/Chief of Public Safety Rich Wilkinson, on June 2, Lindsay has been on the search for a new city manager. There has been much debate between council members and the public on whether the city should hire internally or seek outside talent. It was eventually agreed upon that […]

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Dial-a-Ride dials up dollars

The City of Exeter has some tough obstacles to steer through as their Dial-a-Ride program is projected to exceed its budget by $12,000 this year. Residents who do not have access to a car, or are unable to drive depend on the service to get around town. And while the deficit is daunting the City […]

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Police on look out for wanted person

On Wednesday, July 1, Detectives from the TCSO Gang Violence Suppression Unit (GVSU) received information on the possible whereabouts of a subject with an active Federal Indictment arrest warrant. The warrant was a result of a 2011 joint investigation between the TCSO Narcotics Task Force and ATF under the operation name of Red Rover. This […]

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Safety tips for 4th of July fun

Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency wants you and your family to be safe during this Independence Day and throughout the coming holiday weekend. Dr. Karen Haught, Tulare County Public Health Officer has identified key public health safety points to keep in mind. ● Stay hydrated. The Institute of Medicine determined that an adequate […]

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EDA sews up vacant spots

After a few months of emergency surgeries to repair its hemorrhaging loses, Exeter District Ambulance has finally managed to stitch up its open wounds. Board President Wes Grim gave an update of the strides made by the public ambulance agency in recovering its financial health. At Exeter District Ambulance’s (EDA) June 25 meeting, Grim said […]

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Athletes pick up on Rocky Hill

No matter what type of outdoor exercise you enjoy, Rocky Hill east of Exeter is a popular training ground for people of all ages throughout Tulare County. It’s challenging, grading yet also scenic and at times serene. About the only thing that can ruin a run or ride up Rocky Hill is the unsightly trash […]

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