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Mathis meets with community members

During the summer recess, Assemblyman Devon Mathis will be traveling around the district to tour communities and meet with constituents. Assemblyman Mathis will host several townhall meetings in order to get to know his constituents so he can better represent them in Sacramento. The next townhall meeting will be held in Visalia on July 31 […]

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Exeter Connects Friends

The days when a new family moved into a neighborhood and were greeted with baked goods and a friendly smile are now few and far between. In most cities, neighbors steer clear of one another until they find themselves coincidentally outside mowing the yard, working on a car, or playing with their kids at the […]

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Crime Lines

Exeter Police Logs Monday, July 20 At approximately 3:50 p.m. Exeter officers made contact with Mark Anthony Rhodes at his Exeter residence regarding three outstanding warrants for his arrest. All three warrants, one felony with no bail, one misdemeanor with a $25,000 bail and one misdemeanor/infraction with a $403.00 bail were confirmed as active via […]

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School districts offer free meals

Exeter Unified School District and Lindsay Unified School District have announced their policies for providing free and reduced-price meals for children served under the National School Lunch Program and/or School Breakfast Program. Each school and/or the central office have a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by any interested party. In Exeter, the […]

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Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, The U.S. egg industry is reeling from a colossal outbreak of avian flu, mostly among egg-laying chickens. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 48 million birds, accounting for 11 percent of the nation’s egg-laying hens, have been slaughtered for fear of infection during the past few months. The effects are far-reaching, from […]

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College students fight drought

Two college seniors working for the Sequoia National Forest this summer are making progress toward increasing the Forest’s water storage capacity.  Ryan Salas, a senior at Humboldt State University, and Frank Padilla, a senior at California State University Bakersfield (CSUB), have been trekking through high elevation meadows and streams to map existing watershed conditions. The […]

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Farmersville to break ground on roundabout

One of the largest and most important road projects in the history of Farmersville will officially begin to take shape this Friday. At 10 a.m. on July 24, Quad Knopf, Farmersville’s City Engineering firm, will hold a groundbreaking for two roundabouts to improve traffic flow and safety from Highway 198 into town. The ceremony will […]

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Ivanhoe man killed in crash

An Ivanhoe man was killed after his motorcycle collided with a pickup in Plainview last week. The accident happened at about 6:30 a.m. on July 16 at the intersection of Avenue 192 and Road 192 southwest of the rural town of Plainview. The Ivanhoe man, only identified as being 57 years old, was riding is […]

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