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Scarecrow voting ends Friday, Oct. 12

This Friday, Oct. 12, is your last chance to vote for your favorite scarecrow in Exeter. All scarecrows must contain at least one example that represents a locally grown product, past or present. Votes will be cast during through Friday at Exeter Fall Festival events and prior at the Exeter Chamber of Commerce. Scarecrow judging […]

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Lost Girls find avenue 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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Fired Up: Lindsay Chili Cook-Off

Lindsay residents showed off their enthusiasm, excitement and eating and entertaining skills during the 28th annual Chili Cook-Off. Veronica Loya-Alcocer celebrates after her team, Hillbilly Girls, takes first place for best chili at the 2012 Lindsay Chili Cook Off. The team also won third place for salsa. Second place chili winner is the Chili McChilersons […]

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Kaweah Oaks Preserve blazes online trail

Sequoia Riverlands Trust has completed a digital trail where visitors can use their smart phones for a virtual tour of Kaweah Oaks Preserve. Visitors simply scan the “QR” codes which sit on top of recycled grape stakes along the Sycamore Trail and get stories and information about the plants and animals that live there. “QR” […]

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Fall-ing In

Farmersville lined up for a fun-filled day of carnival games, carving and choreography at its annual Fall Festival on Farmersville Boulevard. The Farmersville High School Dance Team stayed in step during a great performance. Sylvia and John Alvarez, organizers of Fall Festival, generously supplied new bikes and items for the auction to raise money for […]

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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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