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 ‘The Voice’ of the Valley to play in Exeter

Rudy Parris, former contestant on NBC’s “The Voice,” is bringing his fame and faith to Exeter this week. Parris will be performing a praise and worship concert at 7 p.m. on Friday, July 3 at Cappella Coffee House in Exeter. Parris made his national television debut on Oct. 1, 2012 during Season 3 the vocal […]

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Famed country singer will perform in Visalia

Visalia – In 2013, 49.1 million Americans lived in food-insecure households, including 33.3 million adults and 15.8 million children. Throughout the month of July, the City of Visalia will be raising awareness of hunger in America. In an effort to raise funds for the Visalia Rescue Mission, famed country singer Martina McBride will be holding […]

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Summer Night Lights…Camera, Action!

exeter – The Boys & Girls Club of the Sequoias is partnering with the Exeter Optimist Club to provide weeks of fun activities this month. The Exeter Boys & Girls Club (BGC) will be providing free games, prizes, snacks and food for three communities during the showing of free movies every Thursday night from July […]

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Non-profits can ‘band’ together

Tulare – Local civic clubs, youth organizations and churches can pre-sell Tulare County Fair carnival wristbands to raise funds for their activities, while supporting the fair. The wristbands provide an all-access, one-day pass to the carnival and Kiddie Land. Organizations earn $1.50 per wristband sold. For information, call the Tulare County Fairgrounds, 686-4707, or sign […]

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A Kirksey kind of home

In small communities, long time houses hold a significant meaning enthralled in history. Some cities turn them into historical landmarks while others simply allow them to rot. In Exeter, Tricia Kirksey turned one long standing house, into her new home. Now titled The Clover House, the 224 North E Street home seems as if it’s […]

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Thriftique finds a new home

Tucked away in a row of medical suites sits a treasure chest of new, used and refurbished treats. For the last seven months Caroline Bradford has been delighting the City of Farmersville with her delightful shop, New 2U Thriftique. But on July 1 she will no longer be nestled away, instead she will be moving […]

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Visalia to hold Valley’s first Senior Games

Planning is underway now for the first City of Visalia Senior Games … a first for the Central Valley!  Senior Games is open to those ages 50 and better and with 11 age divisions for men and women in each event. The 8 games to be included in the first Visalia Senior Games include: Archery, Bowling, Golf, Horseshoes, 5K Road […]

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Gift-buying for dad: A whole lot easier than you think

Women have a reputation for being harder to shop for on most occasions, but any gal who has faced her fellow’s birthday, Father’s Day, a graduation or other occasion with dread knows that it’s not always easy to find just the right gift for a guy. Few of us can afford to buy them the […]

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Think outside of the gift box this year

This Father’s Day, rather than sitting dear ol’ Dad down and watching him unwrap a new necktie, try showing your appreciation in an unexpected way. Surprise him by spending a fun-filled day together enjoying his favorite activities. After all, doesn’t the man who spent hours patiently teaching you to ride a bike deserve something special […]

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