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Green Gas

By C.J. Barbre Once in a while an idea comes along that is so sane, sensible, doable and such an improvement for everybody (except maybe a few big businesses) that you simply cannot believe anyone would want to impede it. There is no argument that we are running short of fossil fuels. Ethanol is a […]

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Knights thank officers, firefighters

This year's Knights of Columbus Community Service Recognition Dinner was a family affair as keynote speaker Steve Richard told a story about how his father, event chairman Francis Richard, had recently been kept out of harms way by law enforcement. Steve said his father heard a noise in the garage at about 12:30 a.m. on […]

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Maintenance Man

By Reggie Ellis There is only one man in Woodlake who knows everything about how Woodlake works and how to keep it running smoothly. In fact, his is the only name to ever grace the office door at the City Yard. "One of the guys stenciled that on the door while I was gone on […]

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Foothills Sun-Gazette debuts

  You may have heard there is a new Sun on the horizon and a new Gazette in the making. Flyers sent out in the mail last week heralded the dawn of a new newspaper – The Foothills Sun-Gazette. The Exeter Sun and Lindsay Gazette have combined to create a bigger, broader and bolder newspaper […]

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Farmers deliver to your doorstep

By Reggie Ellis IVANHOE-This Friday you may see some of your neighbors or coworkers getting special deliveries of fresh produce delivered right to their doorstep or office. March 4 is the first day that Family Farm Fresh, based in Ivanhoe, will deliver half-bushel boxes of fruits and vegetables and herbs hand-picked less then 24 hours […]

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Controlling pesticide poisonings

By C.J. Barbre We have all heard of Cesar Chavez but the name Jessica Govea Thorbourne is not one you hear bandied about when the history of the United Farm Workers is discussed. Govea Thorbourne made the adverse effects of pesticide exposure a central issue in building support for UFW boycotts in the 1960s. An […]

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Lindsay's Olivewood Plaza to be revitalized

By C.J. Barbre LINDSAY-The Lindsay Olivewood Plaza (also referred to as the Save Mart shopping center) at Hermosa Street and Highway 65 is a busy place. Present tenants include Straw Hat Pizza, a donut shop, Rite Aid, Save Mart, a dollar store, a laundromat, jewelry store, clothing store and a few other assorted businesses plus […]

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Exeter Chamber announces Business of Year, Beautification Award

By Reggie Ellis EXETER-The Exeter Chamber of Commerce's 82nd Annual Awards Banquet announced True Value Hardware as its Business of the Year. The award was a fitting end to 35 years of community service for owners Roy and Lou Ann Hand as they officially announced that the sale of the business was in escrow. "We […]

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Rowena B. Depee

Rowena B. Depee passed away peacefully on Feb. 25 at age 90. She was a homemaker. Rowena was born in Stockton, Mo. on July 23, 1914 to Olin and Sally Miller. She had been a resident of Visalia since 1978. Rowena was preceded in death by her husband Gilbert L. Depee in 1996 and by […]

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