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Quaker retreat puts neighbors on the offensive

By Reggie Ellis If you take Mineral King Avenue east from Farmersville Boulevard you'll run right into the Quaker Oaks Christmas Tree Farm and Visalia Friends Meetinghouse. The property is owned by Bill and Beth Lovett who live nextdoor to the religious hall. Behind the Lovetts home is gated area for goats. Across the way […]

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Exeter PD announces DUI trailer

By Reggie Ellis The Exeter Police Department has a new tool in the fight against drinking and driving. Lt. Cliff Bush showed the Exeter City Council the department's new DUI checkpoint trailer following its June 14 meeting. "It's good for officers just to get off their feet for awhile," Bush said. "There have been a […]

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Oh Say Can You See

By Andrea Camarena Monday night, the skies will light up across the country in patriotic spirit for the Fourth of July with firework displays in almost every community. For those looking to test their own pyrotechnic creativity, safe and sane firework stands will be available throughout the county. Stands will provide everything from The Purple […]

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Red, white and blue weekend

By Andrea Camarena Summer heat. Picnics. Live music. Hotdogs. And, oh yes, fireworks. Independence Day is here and the various foothill communities are prepared to keep your fourth of July weekend filled with both traditional and creative activities. For three days, Exeter, Lindsay and Woodlake will offer everything from live alternative rock to paint ball […]

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Lindsay chamber is back in the black

By C.J. Barbre After a couple of negative reports about chaos in the Lindsay Chamber of Commerce upon the departure of the office manager Sharon Dimmitt and longtime volunteer Jean Hill, followed by disgruntled small business incubator client, The Elegant Attic, the chamber made some large strides at improving things in the last couple of […]

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Red, white and blue weekend

By Andrea Camarena Summer heat. Picnics. Live music. Hotdogs. And, oh yes, fireworks. Independence Day is here and the various foothill communities are prepared to keep your fourth of July weekend filled with both traditional and creative activities. For three days, Exeter, Lindsay and Woodlake will offer everything from live alternative rock to paint ball […]

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