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Symphony opens with Spanish American flair

  The Tulare County Symphony kicks off is classic concerts for the season with “A Spanish American Affair” on Saturday, Oct 13 at 7:30 p.m. at the Visalia Fox Theatre. The concert features Mexican dance hall music and guest guitarist Robert Belinic from Croatia. The dance hall music is actually by Aaron Copland, better known […]

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A Recipe For Success

There is no secret ingredient when it comes to molding a successful child. It just takes a lot of preparation. But if you can find positive parents, mix that with talented teachers, add afterschool activities and a sprinkle in some fun you have a great recipe for success. In the case of 8-year-old Katlin Rowley, […]

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Community Calendar

October Oct. 10 – Pumpkin carving contest and Family Fun Night from 4:30-7 p.m., on Pine and E Street in Downtown Exeter. Games and activities geared for children ages 4-15 will be set up throughout downtown business. Unlimited game pass is $3. Oct. 11 – Exeter Chamber of Commerce Mixer honoring Miss Exeter and Court, […]

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It’s Greek To Them

The Farmersville Aztecs went for the gold on and off the field in an Olympic-themed Homecoming Clash with the Titans from Orange Cove last Friday night. Dressed as Greeks, Farmersville students took the track at Garry Meek Stadium to help “Team Up On The Titans.” Homecoming Court members were: Eddie Cisneros and MichelleAyala, Cinthia Gonzalez […]

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Sutton named Miss Exeter

Danielle Sutton loves everything about Exeter. She loves the small town feel and all the murals. She loves what Miss Exeter stands for, for Exeter. And now the senior from Exeter Union High School gets to maintain that honor and integrity as she was crowned Miss Exeter on Monday, Oct. 8. “I am so thankful […]

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This Fall: Partner Your Spring Bulbs with Perennials

When the gray, foggy days of February are fading, nothing cheers me more than walking through the yard and seeing the pointed little heads of spring bulbs pushing through the soil. I know then that in a few weeks, I’ll have the colorful blooms of tulips, daffodils, freesias and more, showing me the promise of […]

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‘Lost Girls’ find way to empower women

The name Lost Girls might imply a group without direction. But you’d be hard pressed to find a group of women with more focus than the Lost Girls Motorcycle Club. Belinda “Bee” Coulson, one of the founders of the all-girls club, said the number of women riding motorcycles has grown. The former motorcycle saleswoman said […]

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Elderwood Kimonos hang at PC art show

The public is invited to see the paintings of John Sundstrum, a prolific and versatile artist working out of his studio in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada near Elderwood, Calif. The exhibition will run now through Oct. 25. The subject of Sundstrum’s exhibition of paintings is the kimono: a series that arose out of […]

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Tapping Local Brewing Talent

The Lindsay Community Theater tapped local home brewers, micro brewers, bars and restaurants to raise their glasses to raise money for historic Lindsay Community Theater repairs last Saturday. Fat-Boyz Bar and Grill serves up the Lindsay bar’s very own FatBoyz Pale Ale during the Lindsay Brewfest at Sweet Brier. (Look for a full story on […]

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