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Eagles projects go to the dogs

A couple of Eagles are giving dogs in Exeter something to wag about. Two Exeter Boy Scouts recently completed Eagle Scout projects at the Exeter Bark Park, located on F Street just south of Palm Street. Nick Gagne and Caleb Smith, both from Exeter, contacted the Bark Park Volunteer Committee to discuss possible projects to […]

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Crime Lines

Exeter Police Log Friday, Nov. 27 Officers contacted Bon Horton in the area of Peach and D Street. Horton was arrested for an active arrest warrant and possession of a controlled substance. Officers responded to the 100 block of South B Street for an investigation of a burglary. A report was taken. Officers responded to […]

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F’ville starting to ‘Like’ online communication

A city is only as strong as its connection to its citizens, and the City of Farmersville is finally connecting with residents in the digital age. In an email earlier this month, Farmersville City Manager John Jansons announced the launch of the City’s first, “official” Facebook page. “We intend to update it regularly with information […]

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The gift of giving

For most of us, watching our children open their presents on Christmas morning reminds us of when our childhood wishes were met as we opened the one toy we wanted above all else. Some Christmases you would dig through stacks of presents to find that one toy, others it was so large it was the […]

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Holiday parades march through county

There’s something about a parade that marches our hearts to the tune of Christmas. And there won’t be any shortage of Christmas cheer parading through Tulare County as nearly every city will hold their version of a Christmas parade. Parade season rolls out with the Candy Cane Lane Parade on Monday, Nov. 30 and continues […]

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Crime Logs

Exeter Police Logs Saturday, Oct. 24 At approximately 12:27 a.m. Exeter Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of North E Street regarding an intoxicated and unwanted subject in the front yard causing a disturbance. Upon arrival, officers made contact with Ricky Flynn. Flynn was found to be too intoxicated to care for his own […]

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Crime Lines

Lindsay Police Logs Wednesday, Nov. 4 At 4:55 p.m. officers responded to 356 W. Honolulu on an attempt warrant service. Upon arrival, contacted was Lydia Hernandez of the above address who was found to have an active warrant for PC602.5 with a bail of $35,000. Hernandez was transported to the police department for processing and […]

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Exeter offers a second helping

Thanksgiving is that time of year when family and friends gather around the table to give thanks for the wonderful blessings that have happened over the past year. It is a time to reflect on work promotions, good friends, homes, vehicles, and maybe even new members of the family. It’s a holiday that doesn’t require […]

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Man pleads guilty to planting marijuana in the Nat’l Forest

Uriel Silva-Garcia (Silva), 24, of Turicato, Michoacán, Mexico, pleaded guilty earlier this month to conspiring to manufacture, distribute and possess with intent to distribute marijuana and possessing firearms in furtherance of a large-scale cultivation operation located near Little Poso Creek in the Sequoia National Forest, United States Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced. According to court […]

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