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Love Doctors

By Nancy Gutierrez One third grader at Rocky Hill School will have 30 valentines on Feb. 14 thanks to his concerned classmates in Patty Hylton's class. The students were busy last week making valentines for a classmate who has been absent since the last week in January. Students wished Alex a happy valentines day and […]

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Bill could change driving age

In response to the high number of auto deaths involving Central Valley teens and the overall disproportionate number of accidents by the youngest of drivers, Assemblyman Bill Maze has introduced legislation to raise the California Drivers License age to 17. Proponents say Assembly Bill 1877 will not only protect 16-year-old teenagers -- who currently are […]

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Funding cuts hit vocational education

By Nancy Gutierrez Agricultural education, along with other high school class electives like industrial education, woodshop and home economics receive funding through the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act of 1998. Vocational education, or career technical education as it is now called, has changed from a job training program in 1910 to a […]

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City manager updates board on future renovations

By Nancy Gutierrez At the Lindsay Unified School District meeting Jan. 26, board members were given a presentation by City Manager Scott Townsend on the Lindsay Wellness Center as well as the extensive renovations the City of Lindsay will embark on in the next five years. Townsend said there were three areas that the city […]

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LUSD has no political preference

By Nancy Gutierrez The Lindsay Unified School District has been fielding calls regarding a political sign located on a building being rented by the district. A warehouse used for storage located on Sweet Brier Avenue has been rented by the district since 1989. The district only rents out one side of the building. The other […]

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Fight for Funding

By Nancy Gutierrez Agricultural education, along with other high school class electives like industrial education, woodshop and home economics receive funding through the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act of 1998. Vocational education, or career technical education, as it is now called, has changed from a job training program in 1910 to a […]

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Residents confront board about spending

By Nancy Gutierrez In a controversial decision Tuesday Jan. 27 the Farmersville Unified School District board voted to rescind a July 8 board meeting action that mandated an either-or decision regarding conference fees and health insurance. The 4-1 voted allowed the new board to receive health insurance and a $3,000 stipend for conferences. If the […]

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Helping Hands

By Nancy Gutierrez "My hands are my voice, my eyes are my ears;" this line, taken from Jennie Coyne's poem on deafness, describes the reality of living without sound. But being deaf is more than living without sound. For many young deaf people, being deaf means living without communication with friends, teachers even family. A […]

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No, thank you!

By Nancy Gutierrez At 6:30 a.m. each morning, a time when most high school seniors are just getting up for school, Steven Ingolsby is already dressed, out of the house and at a seminary scripture study class. From seminary Ingolsby heads to school for a day filled with physics class, band practice, guitar class and […]

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