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Called for Care

The word veteran normally brings to mind an infantryman in the trenches, fighting side by side with other young men. Their memories are often filled with tales of camaraderie and calamity, survival and sorrow as they recall the lifelong friendships forged on the battlefield and the lingering lament of those who laid down their lives […]

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Pumps near Woodlake stop, for now

Residents south of Woodlake nearest Bravo Lake have been parched when it comes to their wells going dry, but they may have just found some relief from their water woes. After what has been more than a month long battle claiming 70-80 acre feet of water, corporate neighbor St. Johns River Ranch and Bee Sweet […]

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Exeter ceremony to honor fallen soldiers

Exeter Post 94 of the American Legion announced its annual Memorial Day Ceremony will begin at 8 a.m. on Monday, May 25 at the Exeter District Cemetery. This year’s keynote speaker will be David Welch, who was deployed twice to Iraq and once to Afghanistan during his seven years of service in the US Army. […]

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Mining dispute settled and revised

Four Lemon Cove property owners will sleep easier this week knowing they will have water when they turn on the tap. While there are no guarantees for drinking water in the fourth year of a historic drought, the local residents came as close as you can get last week when the Tulare County Planning Commission […]

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New blood infuses enthusiasm into EDA

Exeter District Ambulance has made a miraculous recovery in the last six months, turning from the possibility of being bankrupt in two years to a notion of expansion in the near future. The change in prognosis for the public ambulance district comes from new District Manager Kim Dimico, who says the financial status of the […]

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City receives gift from Lions Club

  In a small city the downtown is often considered the hub of commerce and entertainment. In order for a town to truly thrive there must be a downtown to draw out not only tourists but residents as well. With that idea in mind, over the last two years the City of Woodlake has been […]

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Locals involved in 3 crashes

An Exeter man was injured last week in an accident that shut down traffic in the Fresno area for more than two hours. The accident happened at about 6 a.m. on May 13 at the intersection of Chestnut Avenue and South Avenue west of Fowler off Highway 99. The local man, 20-year-old William Thomas Reid […]

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Paper poppies pop up in Exeter

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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Crime Lines

Lindsay Police Logs Wednesday, May 6 At 6:46 p.m. officers responded to a confidential location regarding a report of domestic violence. Upon arrival, contacted was John Doe who advised that he was involved in a verbal dispute with his wife, Edith Ruiz prior to Ruiz physically harming him, ultimately leaving a visible injury. Ruiz was […]

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