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April April 22 – AAUW semi annual book sale will be held at the Sequoia Mall in Visalia during regular mall hours. Items on sale range from classics to best sellers, hard cover and paperback, CDs, DVDs, books on tape; hard backs: $2, paperbacks: $1. For information contact Elaine Smith, 734-4780. April 22 – Survivor […]

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‘Mystery Diners’ investigates The Gateway

Just in time for a free weekend at Sequoia National Park, The Gateway Restaurant and Lodge was showcased on national television last week for its top shelf food, high quality customer service and its underhanded staff. The historic restaurant, nestled less than a mile away from the entrance to Sequoia National Park, was featured in […]

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Rodeo season is out of the chute

Ever wondered how regular folks — cowboys, cowgirls, ranch hands, children and their grandparents — would fare in a test of traditional rodeo events? You can see for yourself when they all saddle up this weekend in Three Rivers. Three Rivers will round up its 65th annual Team Roping event sponsored by the Three Rivers Lions Club April 23–26. […]

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Meet a Poet Lariat

Tomas Garcilazo is a native of Mexico, where he began learning “Floreo de Reata” (rope artistry) at a very early age, as he was being raised in his family tradition and heritage of La Charreria. This richly developed skill is performed by Charros, who take extreme pride in their horsemanship and roping abilities. Having evolved […]

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Brunch begins Sundays in Exeter

Brunch, a literal combination of breakfast and lunch, is similar to champagne in that it is a moniker of French culture. It combines the need for a heavier meal after church to not only accommodate somewhere to meet in fellowship after worship services but also the need to eat a hearty meal after staying up […]

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Working grandmother to serve as Grand Marshall of OBF Parade

Mrs. Socorro Reynoso also known to many as “La Doña” is the 83rd Annual Orange Blossom Parade Grand Marshall. Mrs. Reynoso was born and raised in Juchipila, Zacatecas, Mexico where she later became a 5th grade teacher. In the 1950’s she immigrated to the United States and in 1960 she and her family settled in […]

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Community Calendar

April April 16 – 22 – AAUW semi annual book sale will be held at the Sequoia Mall in Visalia during regular mall hours. Items on sale range from classics to best sellers, hard cover and paperback, CDs, DVDs, books on tape; hard backs: $2, paperbacks: $1. For information contact Elaine Smith, 734-4780. April 17 […]

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Exeter kids ready to strike out cancer

Springtime in Exeter brings baseballs flying through the parks and relays are circling the stadiums. And while the Monarchs track and field and swim teams will have plenty to celebrate this year, it’s the Relay For Life that will make an impact far beyond the field of play. This year’s Relay For Life, a fund-raiser […]

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Eagles give ribs for local wounded

Welcome one and welcome all to a benefit that can not only benefit your taste buds, but the warriors that have fought for America’s freedom as well. The Exeter Eagles Lodge is holding its ‘Rib Cook-Off’ Saturday, April 25. Proceeds are going forward to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. This is the first time the […]

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OBF Art Show hangs April 24 thru 31

The Lindsay Art Association is preparing to hold its annual Orange Blossom Festival Art Show. A “Call to Artists” throughout Tulare County has gone out for artists to bring their paintings, weaving, ceramics, gourds, sculpture, digital work and photography to the Museum Gallery, located at 165 N. Gale Hill Ave. (next to the Fire Station) […]

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