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Public hearings expose vast Verizon problem

The end of Verizon’s strong hold cannot come soon enough for Exeter residents experiencing slow internet connection. However, it is not only Exeter residents who are wringing their hands in anticipation of a new Internet Service Provider (ISP). Recent public hearings held by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) show that residents in Ridge Crest […]

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A P’Lea’ for Kids to Read in Farmersville

Non-profits pride themselves on mission statements that vow to bring people together for a common cause. But those same organizations often compete against one another for a dwindling pool of resources even when those mission statements overlap. Tired of crawling over each other to reach their funding goals, a coalition of non-profits are walking shoulder […]

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School driving degrades Valley air

The San Joaquin Valley is on the verge of completing a record-setting clean air summer season for ozone.  This is unprecedented given the severe drought, strings of triple-digit temperatures and multiple wildfires impacting the Valley. As we approach the end of summer and the beginning of the school season, maintaining this clean air pace requires […]

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City supports road to new funds

Money for infrastructure projects is not easy to come by. Projects are often times expensive and can rack up a huge bill in labor alone. However, the Tulare County Association of Governments is looking to make some noise to better allocate money to projects in Tulare County. Woodlake passed their support of a measure to […]

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Crime Lines

Lindsay Police Logs Friday, August 14 At 4:14 p.m. officers responded to a burglary in progress in the 300 block of W. Apia. Upon arrival, they located Lydia Hernandez Transient, inside of the residence. An unknown male subject fled out of the trailer through a back window as officers were taking Hernandez into custody. There […]

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Detectives: Ex-Wife plotted murder of Exeter cop

The woman accused of killing an Exeter Police Officer was described by investigators as someone who carefully crafted and executed a plot to murder her ex-husband. Detectives with the Visalia Police Department and Tulare County Sheriff’s Department testified to evidence supporting their case during a preliminary hearing on Aug. 11 in Tulare County Superior Court. […]

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City cuts employee salaries by 10%

City employees are going to feel a bit of a pinch in their pocket books from now until December as the City of Lindsay made the decision to furlough employees, costing them 10 percent of their monthly check. The list of employees includes even those within the Service Employees International Union (SEIU). Although that does […]

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New frontier on the Verizon

Verizon DSL customers frustrated with the slow connection speeds in Exeter will have the chance to voice their concerns to the State. They will also have the ear of a new provider taking over Verizon’s broadband customers in California. Verizon sent a letter to all of its California customers on Aug. 5 announcing public hearings […]

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Mathis preaches importance of district needs

Residents of Exeter got a chance to meet the man who takes their values and helps turn them into law on Thursday, Aug. 13. Assemblyman Devon Mathis stopped by to meet the people, hold a luncheon, and a mixer all in the same day. According to Mathis it was all in the name of getting […]

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