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Woodlake pool hall killer remains at large

Three weeks after a man was gunned down in the streets of Woodlake, little information is known about the victim, suspect or the crime itself. The Woodlake Police Department responded to a call of a man being shot outside of Cabrera’s Pool Hall on Valencia Boulevard at about 10:15 p.m. on Feb. 6. The Woodlake […]

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Where the heart is

Exeter’s 2014 Woman of the Year is someone who takes pride in her hometown. Living in Exeter for all except three years of her life, Rosemary Hellwig is a through and through Exeterite. She not only lives on the same street she grew up on, but in the exact same house. With so much time […]

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City still coping with cop’s death

The shocking loss of Exeter Police Officer Daniel Green has run through the gamut of emotion and the city is now beginning to put the pieces back together. As of Feb. 10 the Tulare County District Attorney’s office charged Erika Sandoval with murder with the special circumstance of lying in wait to which Sandoval pleaded […]

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Espinoza resigns from City Council

Tulare County’s youngest elected official now holds the distinction of having the shortest political career. Freddy Espinoza, Jr., the 22-year-old DJ who defeated two-time Mayor Leonel Benavides by one vote in the November election, resigned from the Farmersville City Council last week. Espinoza did not submit a letter of resignation to City Hall only telling […]

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Coaching up kids

Taking over for a legend is never easy. But Pete Renteria is always up for the challenge. Renteria’s varsity coaching career began when the man simply known as Coach B stepped down as the Monarchs boy’s soccer coach after he was diagnosed with cancer. One of the most beloved coaches in Exeter history, Jesus Banuelos […]

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Quad Knopf wins 2014 Local Motion Award

The Downtown Improvement Project was born out of a vision to revitalize the City of Woodlake. Once completed the multi-phased project will be a physical representation of a community dedicated to making their surroundings better. Quad Knopf has been award the Local Motion award by the Tulare County Association of Governments in the Bike and […]

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In Brief

Wellness Center offers Lifeguard Certification and Renewal Course The Wellness Center is offering a Lifeguard certification and a Lifeguard re certification course. The course will be taught by American Red Cross instructor Karen Thompson and cover all rescue, CPR, AED and required lifesaving skills. Dates of the course are: •Thursday March 5, 2015 6 -9 […]

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An Outstanding Acheivement

Normally when elected officials talk about infrastructure and transportation, they are just momentum-building lip service for an upcoming election. Roads, rail and exit ramps are too often campaign promises that never seem part of any political road map because they are a course without discourse or partisan pathways. Unlike many of her peers, Pam Kimball […]

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Exeter considers flexible water plan

Exeter City Council is dipping its toes in a new water conservation ordinance. In preparation for another sweltering summer the City is making sure that it has another water conservation measure, instead of the one forced on them by the State. Currently the City is following State mandated regulations because it did not have an […]

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Crime Lines

Exeter Police Logs Saturday, Jan. 31 Officers with the Exeter Police Department arrested Jeffery Kramer for an active Felony Warrant for his arrest. Monday, Feb. 2 At approximately 12:36 p.m., officers with the Exeter Police Department conducted a traffic stop on Joshua Brooks for an inoperable out head light on his vehicle. Officers later determined […]

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