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It takes a village

A tiny home movement has swept the nation. For the price of a new car a person can have a customizable eco-friendly home of their very own. Another feature that has people going mad for this new craze is the freedom to take their home wherever they go. There is only one problem with owning […]

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Event unwraps cocoa cooks

Wedding caterers, retail restaurateurs, meat barons, French chefs and foodie aficionados will all converge on Exeter on Saturday, March 28 for the ultimate food lover’s affair – Chocolate Romance. Now in its eighth year, the event brings the best local chefs under one roof to compete for the title of Restaurateur and Chocolatier of the […]

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NRA event draws gun support

Whether you own guns, want to own guns or just care about your Second Amendment Right to do so, Exeter is holding an event for you. Tomorrow, March 26 Exeter Friends of the NRA Committee is holding its annual Friends of NRA Fund-raising Banquet and Auction at 5 p.m. at the Exeter Memorial Building, located […]

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Community Calendar

April April 11 – The Exeter Eagle Lodge #3608 is holding a flea market located at 555 W. Visalia Rd. 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. Spaces available to public for $20 a space or two for $35. For more information contact Lynn 559-300-3786. April 11 – Tulare Kings-Right to Life (TKRL) will host its 20th […]

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Farmersville Saturday farmers market is family fun

The Farmersville farmers market got too big for its location on Farmersville Blvd. so it was moved to the parking lot of the Farmersville Market grocery store located at 230 E. Visalia Road in Farmersville. Farmersville Market owners Jose and Lupita Sanchez also run the farmers market. It runs from 5-9 p.m. every Saturday. Vendors […]

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Attracting Butterfiles to Your Garden

On a warm October afternoon, I was enjoying the view from our patio when a Monarch Butterfly floated through the yard. The butterfly silently moved from south to north, then moments later repeated its travel in the opposite direction. Finally, it landed on a shrub aptly named butterfly bush (Buddleia). After observing the antics of […]

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Community Calendar

March March 20 – Tulare County Audubon Society will host Harold Wood who will give a presentation on the history of the Wilderness Act. Meeting will be held at 7 p.m. at Tulare Co. Office of Education, 2637 West Burrel at Woodland in Visalia. We meet for a no-host dinner at Marie Callendar’s on Mooney […]

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Crazy for Cline

If you’ve ever been in love then you’ve probably been heartbroken. For many heartbroken lovers relief comes from the soft crackling of vinyl spinning under a needle, making way for one of the greatest voices ever recorded, Patsy Cline. Cline’s hits began in 1957 with Donn Hecht’s and Alan Block’s “Walkin’ After Midnight,” Hank Cochran’s […]

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Ropin’ and Ridin’ thru the Break

Spring break is a much needed mini vacation for both teachers and students. But for a group of lucky students instead of riding their bikes around the neighborhood for a week they will be roping cattle and jumping barrels atop their mild mannered four-legged friends. Joey Armstrong has been teaching horse back riding lessons for […]

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Three’s company at Porterville College special recital

The public is invited to a special, free recital by the Figarden Trio at 7:30pm Saturday, March 21 in the college’s music room (CA-2). The trio is made up of husband and wife Larry Gardner (bassoon) and Nancy Wallace (flute), along with Laura Porter (harp). “Instrumentation, to a composer, is like blending of colors is […]

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