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K-12 funding not to blame for state's woes

By Jeannie Lopez In response to public criticism regarding education funding, Superintendent Janet Kliegl reaffirmed at the Jan. 24 meeting that K-12 education expenditures does not represent more than 50 percent of the state's budget and did not cause the state's current budget crisis. Kliegl explained that the district is actually getting a dismal amount […]

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Terrific Teriyaki Turnout

By Jeannie Lopez This year at the Annual Sister City Dinner many came out to support the program by buying take out or sitting in to eat their traditional teriyaki meal. The annual dinner is a night for the community to come out and have a tasty dinner while, knowing that they have helped someone […]

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Calif. Nat'l Parks don't make the grade

A new report was released by the non-partisan National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) that praises the quality of national park education programs. However, the report points out that thousands of California's children are turned away each year because the National Park Service has insufficient funding and staff. More than 50 education leaders statewide have endorsed […]

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Class raises $902 for tsunami relief

By Jeannie Lopez After hearing about the tragic tsunami that destroyed vast area's of Asia, Cassie Hulsey teacher of Rocky Hill Elementary decided to ask her students, "Do you want to help the people involved in the tsunami?" And that's exactly what she did. After Christmas break, Hulsey's fourth grade students' without any hesitation, began […]

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EUHS, FHS face off in court

By Jeannie Lopez Exeter Union High School has dealt with their first loss in the Mock Trial Competition. EUHS tried their best to win by using intimidation and poise but, in the end Farmersville High School came out on top. During last week's Mock Trial Competition EUHS students were the defense and the FHS students […]

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Calif. Nat'l Parks don't make the grade

A new report was released by the non-partisan National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) that praises the quality of national park education programs. However, the report points out that thousands of California's children are turned away each year because the National Park Service has insufficient funding and staff. More than 50 education leaders statewide have endorsed […]

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Students show NAC for Food Shows

By Jeannie Lopez Nac (Nutritional Advisory Council) students from Rocky Hill Elementary School were given the oppurtunity to be taste tasters for a day at the annual Valley Food Service Food Show. Students were able to sample foods like pizza bites, chick filets, fish patties and fruity smoothies. Members of NAC are part of a […]

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Armando Solis: Youth of the Year

He has an impressive list of accomplishments, starting with being No. 1 in his class with a 4.29 GPA. Tammy Hellwig, a science teacher and Key Club advisor at Lindsay High School introduced LHS senior Armando Solis as 2004 Youth of the Year at the 93rd Awards Banquet presented by the Lindsay Chamber of Commerce […]

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Bobbie Velasquez:Employee of the Year

Lindsay Unified School District Supervisor Janet Kleigl took the stage at the 93rd Awards Banquet by the Lindsay Chamber of Commerce to announce the Employee of the Year. That was a hint. It was no doubt someone from the school district. "This employee is hard working, honest and friendly. She treats everyone with fairness and […]

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Key Club: Organization of the Year

Lindsay Chamber of Commerce President Mark Mann introduced the Lindsay Key Club as 2004 Organization of the Year. "This organization is part of a bigger group, arguably one of the biggest service organizations with 5,000 active members," Mann said. He noted that the Key Club members have done highway cleanup, helped repair and maintain the […]

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