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Letter to the Editor

District Attorney’s office clears council I was surprised to see in the paper that the District Attorney’s office said, “No charges against the Lindsay council members and clears the three council members, Mecum, Sanchez and Padilla of any criminal charges.” On June 17, 2015 I called the DA’s office and I was told they do not […]

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Crime Lines

Lindsay Police Logs Thursday, Oct. 15 At 8:32 p.m. Lindsay units responded to a confidential address for a report of an out-of-control juvenile. Upon arrival, officers contacted a female who advised that her juvenile son physically assaulted her causing an injury to her arm and he struck her boyfriend Jose Anguiano, of the above address […]

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Emperor grapes live on in mural

You might have thought Exeter’s Emperor grapes were extinct, but locals found out they live on during the dedication of the city’s newest mural “When Emperors Ruled.” Among the many descendants of Exeter’s thirty-some Emperor Grape growing families were Chris and Patricia Stone-Remick, the children of Paul Ellsworth Stone and Emily Rose Stone. The couple’s […]

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Letter to the Editor

Doing something about tragic accidental deaths “Our thoughts and prayers are with. . . “ Increasingly we see those words on social media immediately after a tragedy occurs. And while our thoughts and prayers should be with those who are suffering, I sometimes wonder if our actions match our words. I may be somewhat of a new […]

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Police arrest three in Lindsay pot bust

Police busted a large marijuana grow site north of Lindsay last week that would have been worth about $361,000 if allowed to mature. But that amounts to less money than what the growers would have stolen in electricity by then. On Oct. 16, detectives with the Sheriff’s Tactical Enforcement Personnel (STEP) team served a search […]

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City reports it’s fairing well

The City Council reviewed the quarterly budget at the council meeting held on October 12. The report stated, “Major revenue sources are very preliminary at this point but seem to be fairing well.” The major revenue sources for the city were: -Property Tax – will not be calculated until late December or early January when […]

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Exeter dedicates ‘Emperor’ mural

Exeter’s murals are a window into the town’s rich history. Their vibrance on the wall tantalize viewers like vast portals bridging the gap from the past to the present through paint and perspective. And now a new painting is on the walls of downtown Exeter’s outdoor gallery to bygone eras. The Exeter Mural Team announced […]

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Council votes to dissolve CWMA

On Tuesday, Oct. 13 Lindsay became the latest city to terminate its membership with The Consolidated Waste Management Authority, voting unanimously to dissolve the JPA. During the council meeting the City’s Associate Engineer, Neyba J. Amezcua, informed the council that the termination of the authority has been a topic of discussion at several CWMA Board meetings. […]

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Crime Logs

Lindsay Police Logs Wednesday, Sept. 30 At 2:37 a.m. officers responded to 328 S. Harvard for a report of domestic violence that just occurred. Upon arrival, officers contacted a female who advised that her boyfriend Sergio Valencia of the above address physically assaulted her during a dispute. Valencia was taken into custody without incident and […]

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Exeter man escapes lightning strike

Last Thursday afternoon’s storm wasn’t nearly as destructive as the flooding that happened early Sunday morning – except in the case of Jim Martino. Jim, a local retiree, was outside his home on Joyce Court watching the skies over Exeter flash with nature’s fury when he got a first-hand experience in the power of lightning. […]

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