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Fabric of the Foothills

People spent their time, skills and resources to make gifts for friends and family. A wood-carved toy, a knitted sweater or a basket of baked goods to this day reminds us some of the best gifts in life don’t come prepackaged on a shelf. But as time marches on, each generation seems to get further […]

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Christmas Home Tour: Comfort and Joy abound!

Home 3: Burl and Michele Gann. Perfectly manicured lawns and lovely Christmas yard decorations. You’d think you had stepped into an Architectural Digest Photo Shoot. From the moment you step up to the front doors made of heavy hand-carved hardwood to the impeccable placement of furniture in the living room, you start to question “Am […]

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Church drama nets $5k for K9 unit

A “Who Done It” melodrama equaled cash for canines when Exeter’s Faith Tabernacle Church held a special dinner/ drama fundraiser earlier this month. Pastor Don Demyan said the idea came after he attended a ministers conference with his father-in-law. “A pastor from Wichita Falls, told how he had raised funds for the local police department […]

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Hospice hopes to ‘Light Up A Life’ at annual event

Kaweah Delta Hospice will host its annual Light Up A Life event on Wednesday, Dec. 5, to provide Tulare County residents a chance to honor loved ones who have recently passed. The event, which will take place at 7 p.m. at the Visalia Convention Center (303 E. Acequia Ave.), gives family and friends a chance […]

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Local Spirit

The Central Coast has become synonymous with great wine, and now Exeter is getting a mention when it comes to great winemakers. One of two Central Coast wineries featured at this year’s Spirit of the Holidays wine tasting event will be Clesi Winery of San Luis Obispo. Owned by Exeter Union High School graduate Christopher […]

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Entertaining from Harvest to Holiday

As the season changes, so does your recipe repertoire. But, to create a memorable meal, you don’t need fancy techniques, elaborate dishes, or even professional grade cookware. What you need are classic styles, good wine and do-able recipes. Here are some easy ways you can make your dinner one to remember, from the start of […]

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Grow your own Garlic

One of the easiest plants to grow in the garden is garlic. Closely related to onions, leeks, shallots and chives, garlic is another member of the Amaryllis family. It is a perennial plant with an underground bulb composed of pungent bulblets, commonly called cloves. The pungent flavor of garlic is caused by a chemical reaction […]

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Community Calendar

Ongoing Every Tuesday – Watercolor classes taught by Kacey Fansett, at 5 p.m., at Three Rivers Art Center, 41763 North Fork Dr. Cost is $15 per class or $45 per month. For more info. call Kacey at 786-0506. Monday and Wednesday – Yoga classes at 3 Rivers Yoga Studio, located between Cort Gallery and the […]

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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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