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Former FUSD Superintendent cleared of fiscal misuse claims

Former Superintendent Dr. Christina Luna remains a controversial figure more than six months after the board of trustees ended her tenure with the Farmersville Unified School District. Luna was unpopular with a core group of community members that included a principal, teachers and even students who picketed outside her office. Their cries of a culture […]

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Budget OK half-way thru FY 14-15

Lindsay City Council convened for their first meeting of the year on Jan. 13 to discuss among other things the status of their budget. Midway through the 2014-15 fiscal year the City of Lindsay is on pace to meet its projected budget outcomes.Currently Lindsay has expended 43% of its appropriated budget amounting to $5.8 million. […]

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Exeter adjusting to costs of future projects

Exeter’s City Council’s first meeting of the year was anything but light on the new council. With the turn from 2014 to 2015 each city in California has a slew of new legislation to abide by. Most notably of which is prevailing wage. The Council delved into its first reading of an ordinance that would […]

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Loves you like that

The town with Western Hospitality got a visit from one of country music’s most beloved newcomers – Canaan Smith. Smith performed live at the Woodlake High School gymnasium on Monday, Jan. 26 as a reward for the high school’s efforts to raise two tons of food for FoodLink of Tulare County. Each year, KJUG 106.7 […]

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Exeter District Ambulance Board outsources clerk

Exeter District Ambulance may be one step closer to shutting down its office. A year after beginning discussions about outsourcing another aspect of its front office, the public ambulance district’s Board finally voted to outsource billing services at its Jan. 22 meeting. Exeter District Ambulance (EDA) received two proposals for billing services, one from Visalia-based […]

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F’ville appoints new Planning Commissioner

Farmersville has a new planning commissioner after a conflict of interest forced her predecessor to resign. But both will continue to serve in public offices in town. At its Jan. 12 meeting, the Farmersville City Council appointed Marisa Llamas to the Farmersville Planning Commission. Llamas was the only person to express an interest in serving […]

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Letter to the editor

To The Editor, I receive the Sun-Gazette every week and have for many years. I recently read an article regarding 2014 in Sports … a look back at 2014 in EUHS Sports achievements. Well, I must note that it was not just Exeter as this paper services surrounding communities. I noticed all the EUHS teams […]

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Growing a community in Tooleville

Many people have a small garden off to the side of their yard where they grow an assortment of vegetables. Some grow tomatos, others grow carrots or even green beans. When it comes time to harvest the fruits of their labor they eventually present what they’ve grown on the kitchen table. The residents of Tooleville […]

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3 Exeter men guilty in drug case

Three Exeter gang members were found guilty this month of planning to rob an undercover federal agent. On Jan. 22, a Tulare County jury found 23-year-old Gustavo Mendoza, 25-year-old Joel Serrato and 22-year-old Miguel Villegas, all of Exeter, guilty of conspiracy to commit robbery with a special allegation for a gang related crime. The crime […]

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Crimelines

Exeter Police Logs Saturday, Jan. 10 Josue Carrillo was arrested in the 300 block of S Kaweah St. for driving under the influence, driving on a suspended license, and possession of a controlled substance. He was cited and released. Sunday, Jan. 11 A female suspect was arrested in the 800 block of Woodland for domestic […]

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