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Stringing Things Together

One of North America’s most promising young violinists will perform live in Three Rivers this weekend. Violinist Simone Porter will fill the auditorium of the Community Presbyterian Church in Three Rivers with the sounds of Beethoven, Brach and Brahms at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 24 as part of the Three Rivers Performing Arts Institution’s […]

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Mark your calendars for New Year’s Eve in Exeter

As families gather around the dinner table tomorrow, talk of the holiday season will no doubt be the topic of choice. Families will begin deciding who will host Christmas, travel arrangements, sleeping arrangements and meal arrangements. By the time Christmas is over, no one is in the mood to start making plans for the next […]

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Christmas Home Tour: Christmas Behind the Red Door

Home 2: George and Terri Guzman Greeted by a Holiday decorated sleigh in the front yard we approach the home of the Guzmans. Terri (Terri’s Travel) and George (Austin Trucking) Guzman have always put family first. In the circa 1950 house they bought at an estate sale 10 years ago, they have made a warm […]

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Getting Stuffed

Turkey and stuffing are Thanksgiving Day must-haves, but not everyone makes them the same way. When it comes to stuffing, where you live might make a difference in how you make it. According to a new survey by Mrs. Cubbison’s Kitchen in Los Angeles, celery and onions top the ingredients list, then regional differences come […]

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Ready to be a crafty-minded individual

If you love creating handmade crafts and you always hear people advising you that you should sell your materials, it is likely to be time to move into the world of cash. Like creating any type of home-based business, entering the world of selling handmade crafts must be efficiently planned out. There are a good […]

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Race Day

R/C racers from all over the Valley came to Exeter last Saturday for the first Fall Classic R/C Car Race at Exeter Hobbies. The 1/10 scale in buggy, truck and cars raced all day long. Racers from Turlock to Bakersfield came to Exeter last Saturday for the first Fall Classic R/C Car Race. Jeremy Jackson […]

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Tulare County Symphony goes on set

The Tulare County Symphony performs popular pieces by two composers at its concert on Saturday, Nov. 17 at 7:30 p.m. “The New World” Symphony by Dvorak has two well-known themes. There is the “Three Blind Mice” theme and the “Going Home” theme that was later the inspiration for the spiritual of that name. Guest pianist […]

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Christmas Home Tour: Starting Anew With Nothing New

The skies cloud over and the winter makes its announcement with a bright light and a crack of thunder. Ever the optimist the Exeter Woman’s Club prepares for another exciting Christmas Home Tour on Dec. 6, from 4:30 to 8 p.m. To start out our series of Home Tour descriptions we will feature this home […]

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