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McDermont accepting signups for Adult Flag Football McDermont will be hosting Sunday Flag Football starting October 7. All players must be 18 years of age or older to play. Sign-up deadline is Wednesday, Oct. 3 and the fee is $189. For more information please call 559-562-3326 or email cmanning@lindsay.ca.us. Exeter now taking sign-ups for Volleyball […]

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Fire Log

Lindsay man gets 2nd, 3rd degree burns while working on van A Lindsay man was airlifted to Fresno last week after being badly burned while working on his van in the driveway. The accident happened at about 2:19 p.m. on Sept. 29. According to the Tulare County Fire Department, a Sheriff’s deputy was driving in […]

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Crime Lines

Lindsay Police Log Wednesday, Sept. 19 At 2:10 a.m., while conducting targeted foot patrol in the 500 block of N. Sweetbrier, officers, contacted Pedro Murillo Lemus, who was found to be in possession of a dagger and drug paraphernalia. He was arrested and transported to the police department for processing prior to being lodged at […]

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Bookings

These are arrests of residents living in the foothills area who were booked into the Tulare County Main Jail on the following dates: Sept. 21 – Marcel Washington of Lindsay was arrested in Los Angeles County on suspicion of dangerous drugs and misdemeanor offenses. Sept. 22 – Adam Prideaux of Exeter was arrested in Tulare […]

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Exeter tries to get on a hot streak

The Exeter Monarchs were swept in their league opener against Immanuel 9-0 on Sept. 20. The Monarchs would recover quickly and took out their frustrations on Kingsburg. On Tuesday, Sept. 25 the Monarchs defeated the Vikings 8-1. Kingsburg’s only win came in doubles play as Ashley Olsen and Abigail Burger defeated Sammie Soong and Makayla […]

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Elderwood Kimonos hang at PC art show

The public is invited to see the paintings of John Sundstrum, a prolific and versatile artist working out of his studio in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada near Elderwood, Calif. The exhibition will run now through Oct. 25. The subject of Sundstrum’s exhibition of paintings is the kimono: a series that arose out of […]

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Silva takes 2nd in Golden West Invitational

Cross Country runners from the Central Valley competed in the Golden West Invitational held on Friday, Sept. 28. The event was held at Cutler Park in Visalia. The Girls varsity team from Exeter ran well with four runners finishing in the top 25. Yesenia Silva of Exeter placed second in the race for Exeter and […]

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