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Sounds of Summer

It has been another great summer for the KJUG Free Summer Concert Series in Exeter. It started off hot with Due West and ended in a bang with Kix Brooks on Thursday, Aug. 25. Kix Brooks, formerly of country’s dynamic duo Brooks and Dunn, is kick starting his solo career. He played his hit song […]

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Goodbye & Farewell

Oh dear. I’m not very good with goodbyes. After six years with the Sun-Gazette Newspaper both as a Reporter and Production Manager, I’m leaving to take a position as the Public Relations, Marketing and Development Manager for Porterville College. I’m excited about this new opportunity, but will miss my Sun-Gazette family greatly. I’ll still be […]

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Mouth-Peace

Trumpeting Peace Patriotic and inspirational music will fill Exeter City Park next Tuesday night as part of worldwide celebration of peace and humanity through music. The Tule British Brass Band will perform at 7 p.m. on Sept. 11 as part of “The September Concert.” Greg Crosson, a member of the Tule British Brass Band, said […]

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Learn how native plants ‘green’ your garden

As prelude educational program to the Annual Native Plant Sale, to be held on Saturday, Oct. 6, the Alta Peak Chapter of the California Native Plant Society, presents a unique program about how to garden and landscape with California native plants. Visionary horticulturist, Bart O’Brien, will share his passion for water-wise plants and landscapes to […]

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Scaring up fun this fall

For the entire month of October the Exeter Chamber of Commerce Businesses and Organizations will line the charming streets of Exeter with artistic, creative and lively scarecrows that will be sure to delight locals and visitors alike. The chamber is encouraging businesses and organizations to personalize their own scarecrows to portray an individual, business, organizational […]

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Don’t fear the beard, grow for dough

Have you been wanting to grow a beard and your wife/girlfriend or even your mom won’t let you? Growing facial hair to raise money for charity might be the answer. The Optimist Club of Exeter is bringing back the Whiskerino Contest, a Fall Festival tradition that has been gone for nearly 20 years. Whiskerino is […]

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Tulare County Symphony ‘Pops’ open new season

Favorite Americana music and special guest soloists will be featured when the Tulare County Symphony kicks off its 2012-13 season with its annual Pops under the Stars Saturday, Sept. 8 at 8 p.m. at Zumwalt Park in Tulare. Gates open at 5 p.m. for picnickers. The orchestra will perform favorite summer music such as “Stars […]

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Heritage: Kaweah River Hydro Project Was One Of State’s First

– The following was last published Feb. 8, 1989 In 1947 files of the Exeter Sun have proven to be a treasure trove of Historical features that bear sharing again with readers, for a present day reader would have to be 50 years old or more to have read them in the original. After three […]

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Tulare County Fair: Let’s Go

Tulare County Fair to feature Eli Young Band Sept. 12 The Fair kicks off Wednesday, September 12, with the incredibly talented Eli Young Band, an award winning American country music band based in Denton, Texas. This astounding musical group was recently awarded song of the year at the 47th annual Academy of Country Music Awards, […]

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