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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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Tiereney Souza is crowned 102nd Miss Exeter

Emcee Charlie Norman announced her name, and it was with a radiant smile and grace that senior Tiereney Souza accepted her crown as the new Miss Exeter during the Coronation dinner on Monday night at the Exeter Faith Tabernacle. Souza, also known to friends as “Lou Lou,” was handed her crown, sash, and bouquet of […]

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Homeowners trip over sidewalk repairs

Beginning in September, homeowners throughout Lindsay have been receiving letters from the City notifying them they have two months to repair the cracks in their sidewalks. On Friday, Sept. 18, seven of those residents confronted City staff about the letter during the weekly “Coffee in the Park.” The residents were upset that the City was […]

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Crime Logs

Lindsay Police Logs Tuesday, Sept. 22 At 12:55 p.m. officers responded to 570 S. Mirage Apt #129 regarding a suspicious circumstance. Upon arrival of the scene, officers contacted Tonya Aguilera of the above address who advised that she was shocked last night through her electrical plug and she believes the apartment manager was attempting to […]

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Local police depts want unwanted drugs

Illegal drugs aren’t the only narcotics that police want to keep off the streets. Many households may have unused or expired drugs in their medicine cabinets. These drugs may become a safety hazard placing children, teenagers and other members of your household at risk of an overdose. There are many reasons to safely dispose of unused […]

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Take a bite out of hunger

Even with the drought impacting agricultural production, local high school students and community members are coming together to take a bite out of hunger. September is nationally recognized as Hunger Action Month, Food Literacy Month, and Fruits & Veggies Matter More month. All three activities are core principles for Harvesting Hope, the volunteer-gleaning and food […]

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City nears completion of solar project

In a market of rising electricity costs and legislative demands for renewable energy utilization, the City of Lindsay has taken drastic steps towards maintaining an environmentally conscious community by installing over 2,000 solar panels throughout the city. Beginning in April and finishing in August, construction crews from the Southern California-based solar company SolarCity could be […]

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