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Letter to the Editor

Former LUSD chief warns of mistakes, myths in ‘Home Notes’ Readers beware…not everything you read in the “Notes from Home” is accurate or even true. I am the former superintendent of Lindsay Unified School District. When Trudy Wischemann started writing her column she made inaccurate statements regarding school facilities and how the school district obtained […]

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‘Being Human’ comes to PC Art Gallery

The public is invited to see paintings of Rebecca Grayson-Ybarra in her show, “Being Human”, at the Porterville College Art Gallery. The exhibition runs from March 7-21. The public is also invited to the reception from 5-7 p.m. on March 7. The event is free to attend. Grayson–Ybarra has been a resident of Porterville, since […]

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He Made It To The End, ANd So Can We

One of the ultimate endurance events in all of sports is the Tour de France, a grueling, three-week, 2,200-mile race that runs throughout France. But it’s not simply the distance that creates the fierce challenge, but the towering mountains. The New York Times once compared the race to “running a marathon several days a week […]

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FREDdy spaghetti dinner supports Bark Park

At its Feb. 26 meeting, the Exeter City Council recognized Patrick Hewitt for his Eagle Scout project of adding an arbor to the Exeter Bark Park. Mayor Pro-Tem Jack Allwardt, who wrote a letter of recommendation for the project, presented Hewitt with a certificate from the City Council for a job well done and on […]

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Barbershop chorus gets all shook up with featured quartet

The Mighty Oak Barbershop will turn back the clock to the age of rock ‘n’ roll this weekend. The Chorus will present its “The Fabulous ‘50s!” show on Saturday, March 9 at the Central Valley Christian Theater, on Tulare Avenue just west of Akers in Visalia. The show will feature world renowned barbershop quartet, Hi-Fidelity. […]

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Tea Time There’s something about tea that is so comforting. Maybe it’s that I associate it with things like Downton Abbey, a kitty snuggled on my lap, a good book or glorious rainy days. But mostly I associate it with heart to heart talks with my mom, which I will always treasure (thanks mom!). Maybe […]

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Hey – That’s Mine!

On our honeymoon, I wore a rich turquoise colored coat. It was lovely. Women wore more elegant clothes then. It was the mid-fifties, and the women we admired were Grace Kelly and Jacqueline Kenned. We wore gloves and hats and very high heels. In the movies, Doris Day wore outfits designed by Edith Head… elegance […]

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Early Three Rivers Settlers

By Joe Docter Lorin Berryman’s excellent little book on Terminus Reservoir does not overlook the early white explorations below the Terminus area, although he does pass up a couple of interesting lost mines legends. We may well assume that many early settlers, such ass Hale Tharp, the Merthens, and Henry Meyer of the Yokohl country […]

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