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These are arrests of residents living in the foothills area who were booked into the Tulare County Main Jail on the following dates: Oct. 1 – Hector Robledo of Exeter was arrested on suspicion of narcotics, marijuana, other charges, vehicle moving violations and unknown. Perla Magallanesderoble of Exeter was arrested on suspicion of narcotics, marijuana, […]

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Crime Lines

Lindsay Police Log Wednesday, Sept. 26 At 2:06 p.m., Lindsay Units were dispatched to the Fastrip Store for a report of a theft from the business. While en-route to the call, the business advised that three females and one male were last seen running north bound down the alleyway from the business with stolen goods. […]

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Sutton named Miss Exeter

Danielle Sutton loves everything about Exeter. She loves the small town feel and all the murals. She loves what Miss Exeter stands for, for Exeter. And now the senior from Exeter Union High School gets to maintain that honor and integrity as she was crowned Miss Exeter on Monday, Oct. 8. “I am so thankful […]

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Fire Log

Historically dry conditions lead to increase in fires The 2012 Fire Season has proven to be a destructive year and with the dry conditions, CAL FIRE officials are warning Californians of the continued wildfire threat. The combination of above average temperatures, below normal rainfall and record dry conditions have resulted in above normal potential for […]

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Letter To The Editor

VUSD’s Measure E equals better education in Ivanhoe To The Editor, As a resident of Ivanhoe, I support Measure E because it will help improve Ivanhoe Elementary School. As a long-time school administrator, I support Measure E because I know the impact of quality campuses on the delivery of a quality education. Measure E, on […]

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‘Lost Girls’ find way to empower women

The name Lost Girls might imply a group without direction. But you’d be hard pressed to find a group of women with more focus than the Lost Girls Motorcycle Club. Belinda “Bee” Coulson, one of the founders of the all-girls club, said the number of women riding motorcycles has grown. The former motorcycle saleswoman said […]

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Judson Beedle

A memorial service will be held from 3-5 p.m., Sunday Oct. 14, at the Veterans Memorial Building in Three Rivers for Judson Beedle of Three Rivers. He passed away Oct. 1 in Visalia at the age of 73. Judson was born July 15, 1939 in Columbus, N.E. Remembrances can be made by donating to the […]

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Jesusa (Jessie) Rodriguez

Services will be held Friday, Oct. 5, at Pentecostal Lighthouse Church in Visalia for Jesusa (Jessie) Rodriguez of Farmersville. He passed away Sunday, Sept. 23 at the age of 44. Memories and words of sympathy may be sent to the family online at www.Hadley-Marcom.com. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Hadley-Marcom Funeral Chapel, Farmersville.  

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Gary L. Earl

A memorial service will be held Oct. 5, at Hadley-Marcom Funeral Chapel in Visalia for Gary L. Earl. He passed away on Sept. 23, at the age of 69. Gary was born in Exeter. He graduated from East Bakersfield High School, where he was active Future Farmers of America. While in the California National Guard, […]

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