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Woman’s club offers Tea-rrific bonding

On May 15, a record 70 Exeter Union High School senior girls and their mothers gathered at the Exeter Woman’s Club for the annual Mother-Daughter Spring Tea sponsored by the Club. The tea has been an Exeter Woman’s Club (EWC) tradition since the 1940s and continues with the help of faithful club members and local […]

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Community Calendar

On May 15, a record 70 Exeter Union High School senior girls and their mothers gathered at the Exeter Woman’s Club for the annual Mother-Daughter Spring Tea sponsored by the Club. The tea has been an Exeter Woman’s Club (EWC) tradition since the 1940s and continues with the help of faithful club members and local […]

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A ‘Legion’ of poppies helps honor veterans

To many in Tulare County, poppies represent the coming of spring as the wildflower dots the foothills. Unfortunately, there were no April showers to bring May flowers and the foothills remain bare of its annual bright spots. Exeter residents will be able to find poppies later this month, but instead of looking to the hills, […]

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Willow Grace McBride

Cassie and Josh McBride of Farmersville are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Willow Grace McBride. She was born May 5, 2013 at Kaweah Delta Medical Center. She weighed seven pounds and 15 ounces. The proud grandparents are Allan and Valinda McBride and Vernon and Loretta Wallis.

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McDermont looks to create cultural niche

McDermont Fieldhouse in Lindsay has long been a location for sports, recreation and exercise. But now McDermont is hoping Tulare County residents will see it has a cultural hub as well. On Saturday, May 18, the McDermont Fieldhouse will hold its first Wine Tasting and Art Show sponsored by the Lindsay Chamber of Commerce from […]

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Church holds reggae festival

For many of us, reggae music is associated with drugs. It’s an unfortunate stigma that one local church is hoping to dispel. Since its beginnings and various forms in pop culture, reggae music remains rooted in poverty, social injustice and promotes love and peace, including religion, as a way to transcend these stations in life. […]

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Fun for all, all for fun

Loosely based on the classic novel by Alexandre Dumas, Woodlake High School’s Production of the “Three And a half Musketeers” follows the path of young man who wants to become part of the elite guard known as the Musketeers despite his youth and diminutive qualities. On his way to become a Musketeer, Darth Canyon (Ivan […]

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Community calendar

May May 15-19 – Porterville Fair. Free entertainment, livestock, great food, community and vendor booths. For more information call 781-6582 or visit www.portervillefair.com May 15 – Exeter Relay for Life Team Captains meeting will be held at 6 p.m., at the Exeter Women’s Club on the corner of Kaweah and San Juan. May 18 – […]

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Sequoia nat’l forest implements fire season restriction

The Sequoia National Forest and Giant Sequoia National Monument (Sequoia) in conjunction with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Bakersfield Field Office implemented early fire restrictions as of May 1, 2013. A very dry winter has led to high fire danger much earlier than in previous years. In response to the increasing potential for wildland […]

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Crime Lines

Lindsay Crime Log Friday, April 19 At 9:37 p.m. while patrolling the west alley way of the 600 block of N. Mirage officers contacted Miguel Pimentel who was found to be in possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. Pimentel was placed under arrest and he was later transported to the Porterville Sub-Station where […]

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