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Cities discuss water rule dilemma

Cities discuss water rule dilemma

By Paul Myers Special to the Sun-Gazette Make your own rules or suffer under State rule. That is the choice facing Exeter, Lindsay and cities throughout California after a recent r ...

City Councilman puts youth sports funds back in play

City Councilman puts youth sports funds back in play

A Farmersville City Councilmember, who voted three times to remove youth funding from the city’s 2014-15 budget, asked city staff to look into new ways to fund the programs. At the ...

Supervisors delay  vote on development of 162 hillside homes

Supervisors delay vote on development of 162 hillside homes

Residents of a hillside hamlet in northern Tulare County were disappointed with the Tulare County Board of Supervisors last week - not because they voted to approve a project propo ...

Macaulay stepping down after a dozen

Macaulay stepping down after a dozen

It was a little odd for Exeter last week when the County Elections Office was required to extend the nomination period for the City Council election, especially when you consider w ...

Nat’l Park to begin Restoration Project

Nat’l Park to begin Restoration Project

Forest officials on the Western Divide Ranger District are asking the public to comment on the proposed Tobias Forest Ecosystem Restoration Project (Tobias Project.)  The Tobias Pr ...

4 shootings in 4 nights in Lindsay

4 shootings in 4 nights in Lindsay

The Lindsay Police Department is still looking for suspects following a string of shootings on four straight nights earlier this month. Lt. Chris Hughes with the Lindsay Police Dep ...

EDA Boardmembers challenged for seats

EDA Boardmembers challenged for seats

  Sun-Gazette Last week’s Sun-Gazette summarized races for local elections on the November ballot, but there were a few races that didn’t fit in last week’s newspaper that des ...

Lindsay drivers’ commute could be delayed

Lindsay drivers’ commute could be delayed

Lindsay commuters may find it difficult to drive to Porterville or Tulare this week. The Department of Transportation (Caltrans) recently announced there will be lane closures on H ...

Crime Logs

Crime Logs

Lindsay Police Logs Wednesday, August 6 At 3:10 p.m. officers initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 300 block N. Mirage. Contacted was the driver Carlos Martinez of Lindsay ...

Carrizosa’s UFC dream comes true

Carrizosa’s UFC dream comes true

The Central Valley of California has long been known as a breeding ground for talented mixed martial arts fighters who dream of one day fighting on the world stage for the Ultimate ...

Exeter dominates Visalia in season opener

Exeter dominates Visalia in season opener

The Exeter senior All Valley Youth Football League (AVYFL) Football team opened their 2014 season Saturday evening at Monarch Stadium in Exeter, by defeating the Visalia Trailblaze ...

Carrizosa’s UFC dream comes true

The Central Valley of California has long been known as a breeding ground for talented mixed martial arts fighters who dream of one day fighting on the world stage for the Ultimate Fighting Championship organization. In the past few years fighters from all over the valley from Fresno to Bakersfield have got the call to [...]

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Side Show

LC Women’s Club to resume meetings The Lemon Cove Women’s Club, located at 32792 Sierra Drive (Highway 198) in Lemon Cove, will resume monthly gatherings Thursday, Sept. 4. Pot luck lunches are followed by a business meeting the 1st Thursday of each month. The main focus of the club is preservation and maintenance of the [...]

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Support Tulare County Fair – donors and volunteers needed

Sun-Gazette Dear Friends, Partners, Business Members and Community Leaders, 4-H and FFA Advisors The Tulare County Fair is in need of a lot of resources and assistance this year, more than ever, as their budget from the state of California has been slashed to nothing, and their labor pool and volunteer pool has diminished a [...]

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Summer program lights the night for youth

Crime should have dropped in your community this summer just by leaving the lights on for local youth. At its Aug. 12 evening meeting in Tulare, the Tulare County Board of Supervisors received a summary of the Summer Night Lights program in Tulare County. Summer Night Lights (SNL) is a program designed to curb violence [...]

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Chester C. Campbell

Graveside Services will be held on Friday, August 22 at 10 a.m. at the Exeter District Cemetery for Chester C. Campbell of Lindsay. Chester passed away on Aug. 16 in Lindsay at the age of 90. He was born on Aug. 27, 1923 in Van Buren, Ark. Condolences may be sent to the family at [...]

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Yellow fever mosquito found in Exeter

A mosquito known to carry yellow fever has been detected in the City of Exeter. On Monday, the Delta Vector Control District announced it had found an Aedes aegypti mosquito, native to sub-Saharan Africa and found in tropical South America, within the city limits. More commonly referred to as the yellow fever mosquito, Aedes aegypti [...]

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