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Tulare County DA’s Office freezes assets for Special Olympics On Saturday, March 9, 2012, investigators, prosecutors, and support staff from the Office of the District Attorney, County of Tulare braved the near-freezing waters of Lake Millerton during the annual Polar Plunge charity event that took place at the Millerton Lake State Recreation Area in Friant, […]

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Community Calendar

March March 16 – Sequoia Union Sports Booster Dinner, starting at 5:30 p.m., at the Exeter Memorial Building in Exeter. There will be a live band, catered dinner, silent auction and live auction. They are seeking donations for the auctions but any donations are welcome. Tickets are on sale at the Chamber office and cost […]

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Candle Count

Reba Heatherly of Exeter turns 100 One-hundred years young, Reba Heatherly celebrated her birthday with family and friends on Feb. 24 at the Exeter Memorial Building. She had a beautiful surprise. Her sister and family from Missouri and Iowa came to share her blessings with her. Thanks to all of you for the gifts. Religiously, […]

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March March 6 – Exeter Relay for Life Team Captains meeting will be held at 6 p.m., at the Exeter Woman’s Club on the corner of Kaweah and San Juan. March 6 & 7 – Exeter Methodist Church Rummage Sale, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., at 148 South D Street. Household items, baby items […]

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Poor Planning

“Activists seek to save ‘historic’ Lindsay building” ran Lew Griswold’s headline in Sunday’s Fresno Bee.  He’s referring to me and my attorney friend Richard Harriman, who’s become very good at taking Valley cities to court for poor planning. The ‘historic’ building is the classic Central California Citrus Exchange building on the corner of Hermosa and Mirage.  At […]

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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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