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Local author is required reading at COS

By Nancy Gutierrez Woodlake Police Lieutenant and Exeter resident Ron Hughart has been given some good news about his book "The Place Beyond the Dust Bowl." It is now an educational tool for high school and college students. The Tulare County Office of Education's Instructional consultant Marsha Ingrao wrote a study guide to use in […]

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Who-ray for Dr. Seuss day

By Nancy Gutierrez Theodore Seuss Geisel was born in 1904. At the age of 33 he published his first children's book titled, "And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street," and so began the wrold of Dr. Seuss and the many childrens books that would come from the mind of Geisel. March 2 […]

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Class of 1959 reunites

The Exeter Union High School Class of 1959 Reunion Committee is making plans for its 45-year reunion to be held on August 21. Invitations will soon be in the mail. The committee would appreciate any assistance in obtaining mailing addresses for the following individuals: Kenneth Ashurst, Melba Chriss, Sue Mulligan Davis, William Garcia, Dora Guzman, […]

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Board increases developer fees

By Nancy Gutierrez At the Lindsay Unified School District Board meeting the board approved a resolution adopting a school facilities increase and 2004 developer fee justification. Education code allows school district to asses fees on new residential and commercial construction within their respective boundaries. The district currently assesses a fee of $1.72 per square foot […]

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Local girl competes in county bee

By Nancy Gutierrez There are many mnemonics used to help remember spelling rules. 'I' before 'E' except after 'C', when two vowels go walking the first does the talking. These are rules to live by, especially for students like Taisha Brecero who participated in the Tulare County Spelling Championship Feb. 25. More than 200 third […]

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Healthy Start holds 10-year anniversary on March 25

Healthy Start has completed its first decade of service to Lindsay, and its entire staff is extending an invitation to parents and the community to join them on their 10th anniversary on March 25 from 4-6:30 p.m. at the Healthy Start Office located next to the Lindsay Unified School District Office. The event will showcase […]

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Gym for Wilson explored

By Nancy Gutierrez During a report by the Facilities committee at the Exeter Union School District Board meeting member Mickey Hirni discussed the need to build an all purpose room a Wilson Middle School. Hirni and Mark Hellwig make up the facility committee and together created an initial design comprised of a single building to […]

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Percussion wins big in Valley competitions

EUHS Winter Percussion Theatre Group captured a first place and one third place trophy in the Clovis meets. Approximately 36 young and dedicated band students worked extremely hard to earn top scores before three different sets of judges. Students participated Friday and Saturday in the San Joaquin Valley Winter Percussion and Guard review as well […]

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You've gotta have skills

By Nancy Gutierrez Ed Hughes' classroom at Lindsay High School might seem a little disorderly. There are exposed cables in one area of the room, computers squeezed in side by side in a makeshift lab that is partitioned off by a wall that Hughes constructed, which has several outlets clustered in its center with words […]

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Lending A Hand

By Nancy Gutierrez Jeremy Moreno began playing guitar as an eighth grade student at Steve Garvey Junior High School. When he graduated and began attending Lindsay High School he enrolled in the guitar class, taught by Nancy Wills. Then near the end of his freshman year Jeremy was diagnosed with bacterial spinal meningitis, a disease […]

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