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Rodeo season round-up in the foothills

Rodeo season round-up in the foothills

  Rodeo events like team roping usually bring to mind images of high school to 30 something cowboys competing for buckles and cash prizes. But Three Rivers is bucking the tren ...

Two gunned down in Lindcove

Two gunned down in Lindcove

  A volley of gunfire echoed through a quiet corner of Lindcove last week. And when the exchange ended at 11 p.m. on April 15, two people were dead and two were on the run. Ac ...

FPD asks for help  in search  for killer

FPD asks for help in search for killer

  You may not know the name Paul Ruiz, but if you live in Farmersville, you probably know how he died. Ruiz was stabbed to death three years ago while trying to break up a mas ...

A ’Net gain for LUSD learners

A ’Net gain for LUSD learners

  Electronic devices in the classroom used to be an annoyance for Andrew Guss. The English teacher at Lindsay High School was constantly checking to see if his students were u ...

DA’s Office observes Denim Day today, 4/23

DA’s Office observes Denim Day today, 4/23

  In recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the Office of the District Attorney, County of Tulare, is bringing awareness to “Denim Day”, which is observed internationa ...

Man rescued after being swept away in Kaweah River current

Man rescued after being swept away in Kaweah River current

  A Three Rivers man was rescued from the rapid current of the Kaweah River last week. Edgar Macias of Three Rivers was in the water near the Slick Rock boat ramp when he was ...

In Brief

In Brief

City of Exeter holds low-cost spring cleanup even April 24-26 It’s time for Spring Cleanup! Exeter residents living within the city limits that receive water and trash service are ...

CRIMELINES

CRIMELINES

Exeter Police Logs Thursday, April 10 At 2:50 p.m. in the 400 block of S. “E” St., officers responded to a report of identity theft. The officer obtained a statement from the victi ...

Park ups fees at 4 camp-grounds

Park ups fees at 4 camp-grounds

  On May 1, fees for campsites in four campgrounds—Lodgepole, Dorst Creek, Buckeye Flat, and Potwisha—at Sequoia National Park will increase to $22. This will be the first fee ...

Sierra Bighorn Sheep climbing back

Sierra Bighorn Sheep climbing back

  Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis sierrae) are now occupying the Great Western Divide for the first time in over 100 years due to recent efforts by state and fede ...

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Exeter Mayor asks residents to “Pay It Forward” on April 24 To The Editor, When I became Mayor of Exeter I wanted to do something for my town to make a difference. I was thinking a ...

Exeter captures 1st trn. title since ‘98

  It is a situation that every kid growing up playing baseball puts themselves in. Championship game, bottom of the seventh inning two outs your team is down by two runs and the game rests in your hands. For junior Alex Farias, that situation became a reality as he stepped into the batter’s at Rawhide [...]

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Come On In, The Water’s Fine

  During this historic drought, having a water-based recreation business might give you a “half empty” mentality of this year’s business forecast. But Kaweah Marina owners Brad and Jeanne Howard are looking at things from a “half full” point of view. And for good reason. The Howards officially began their fifth season as owners of [...]

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Beat Up Boot

Quatro Boots introduced its “Most Beat-Up Dairy Boot” contest in January of this year to give hardworking dairy farmers in the U.S. a chance to show off their most ravaged, ruined, falling-apart-at-the-seams dairy boot. Many entries were received but only one could claim the title as the “Most Beat-Up!” Local Lindsay resident Henry Brower claims [...]

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F’ville Fire Dept. helps give muscular dystrophy ‘The Boot’

  Fire fighters will be out on the streets of Farmersville asking the community to help “Fill the Boot” for the 6th Annual campaign benefiting the Muscular Dystrophy Association this Friday, April 25. Every dollar that passing motorists can pitch into the fire fighters’ boots helps MDA provide medical treatment and support services to individuals and their [...]

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Harold Hoy Martin

Harold Hoy Martin of Exeter passed away on Sunday, April 20 in Visalia. Harold was born in Mississippi on Nov. 13, 1931 to Edith and Curtis Martin. He and his sister, Betty Dale, spent their early years in Mississippi, but the family moved to Exeter in 1944 during the Depression. Harold attended Exeter Schools until [...]

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Nephrologist joins clinic in Lindsay

  Kaweah Delta Health Care District welcomes Roger Haley, M.D., a nephrologist, to Lindsay Health Clinic. Dr. Haley is board certified in nephrology and internal medicine and is seeing patients twice a month at Kaweah Delta Lindsay Health Clinic, 839 N. Sequoia Ave. Dr. Haley treats and manages kidney disease, kidney stones or renal failure, chronic [...]

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