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Moonlight Enemy

My nephews, Paul Wayne and Richard lived with us for 8 years until Harold remarried. When I was a teenager, they were 12 and 14 years old, and their stepmother, Dorothy, was busy with two little baby girls, both born early, almost exactly one year apart. Weekend visits were an opportunity for momma to give […]

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Brochure Had Mineral King Resort Data

For this week’s Heritage column we again turn to an old notebook from various sources on a variety of topics, including Mineral King and interviews with various personalities who had memories of the silver camp and of Three Rivers area. We made notes from a brochure found in the county library files published by Arthur […]

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Simple Smartphones for Boomers and Seniors

Dear Savvy Senior, Are there any smartphones specifically designed for seniors that you know of? I’m interested in getting one, but at age 69, I want to find one that’s easy to see and use. Semi-Smart Senior   Dear Semi-Smart, There are actually several manufacturers who are now making simplified smartphones designed primarily for older […]

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Make A Sweet Gesture This Saturday

This Saturday the Exeter Memorial Building will be transformed into an elegant soiree with string quartets and clarinets setting the mood for champagne and fine wine tasting to complement the best local chefs have to offer for both entrée and dessert. The Optimist Club of Exeter will hold its sixth annual Chocolate Romance gourmet tasting […]

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Woodlake Awards: Soul Food

Father David Brown has been nurturing the people of Woodlake both nutritionally and spiritually for nearly a decade. He came to Woodlake in October 2004 after being appointed priest at St. Clement of Alexandria Church in Woodlake. He immediately began helping out when he could at the Woodlake Food Pantry at the corner of Antelope […]

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Tour of Tulare County Talent

Artists throughout Tulare County will open their studios, and the minds of art lovers, this week during the South Valley Artists’ Studio Tour from Friday, March 22 through Sunday, March 24. The physical center of the creative process that lures many to generate art and others to appreciate it will be on view for visitors […]

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‘Star’ guitar plays at PC

Classical guitarist Joshua Anderson, a senior music major at California State University, Fresno, will present a recital at noon this coming Friday, March 22 in room CA-2 at Porterville College. There is no admission charged for this performance (donations will be accepted to defray Mr. Anderson’s expenses). Parking restrictions are relaxed for this event. Completing […]

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Community Calendar

March March 21 – The Exeter Chamber of Commerce presents the 7th Annual Membership Breakfast & Seminar at 7 a.m. at the Exeter Memorial Building. Members are free and Future Members are $10. For more info. call the Chamber at 592-2919. March 23 – The Optimist Club of Exeter presents it’s 6th Annual Chocolate Romance, […]

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Down The Aisle

Davenport-Morgan to wed in August Robert and Brenda Morgan of Exeter are pleased to announce the engagement of their son Brandon Morgan and his fiancée Amanda Davenport of Visalia. Morgan is a 2004 graduate of Exeter Union High School. Amanda is a 2006 graduate of Golden West High School in Visalia. Amanda is the daughter […]

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