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Rallying Cry

Rallying Cry

Sixteen is an important milestone for any teenager. It’s the age you get your driver’s license, representing the first time you can break away from your parents. It’s the age you n ...

Harmony in tune with nat’l ed. reform

Harmony in tune with nat’l ed. reform

The second highest ranking education official in the nation came to Strathmore last week to hear a panel of local education and business leaders discuss the benefits of Linked Lear ...

Supervisors push hillside homes back down to planning

Supervisors push hillside homes back down to planning

Residents of rural Dutch Colony northwest of Woodlake are afforded a peaceful bastion of foothill beauty, complete with clear views of the Sierras and silent country nights. Contin ...

Lindsay takes another step towards solvency

Lindsay takes another step towards solvency

Lindsay Finance Director Tamera Laken will finally see the City overcome one of its most troublesome financial hurdles today October 1, 2014. Meeting as the Lindsay Finance Authori ...

Hitman’s hearing moves to Dec.

Hitman’s hearing moves to Dec.

The multiple murder trial for the hitman known as “El Mano Negro” will probably not begin at least for another year. On Monday, Sept. 29 the preliminary hearing for Jose Manuel Mar ...

Monarchs and Milkweeds

Monarchs and Milkweeds

By Marcia Goldstein UC Master Gardener Sometimes environmental problems seem overwhelming, but there is one thing we can all do that will actuallymake a difference to the survival ...

In Brief

In Brief

Last day to register for Nov. 4 General Election is Oct. 20 The last day to register to vote for the upcoming General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 4 is Monday, Oct. 20. Voter registra ...

13 year old girl killed in crash near Strathmore

13 year old girl killed in crash near Strathmore

A 13-year-old girl was killed last week after the vehicle she was riding in collided with another vehicle. The accident happened at about 8 a.m. on Sept. 29 at the intersection of ...

Lindsay levels water feature at Library

Lindsay levels water feature at Library

The historic drought has claimed another casualty in Lindsay. On Sept. 25, City of Lindsay workers filled in the water feature leading up to the entrance of the Lindsay Library wit ...

Family escapes home fire

Family escapes home fire

An Elderwood woman, dressed only in a bathrobe, and her family narrowly escaped with the clothes they were wearing but lost everything else in a home fire last week. The fire start ...

EDA puts allegation to rest, while others surface

EDA puts allegation to rest, while others surface

Controversy continues to plague the Exeter District Ambulance Board despite debunking several allegations of impropriety in recent months. At the Board’s Sept. 25 meeting, Operatio ...

Down the sideline

Wilson Middle School seeks football coach Wilson Middle School is looking for 7th and 8th grade flag football head coaches. Stipends paid per district contracts. Please contact Mike Powell at 592-2127 ext. 207 email mpowell@exeter.k12.ca.us or Chrissy Hornburg at Wilson Middle School 592-2144.   Woodlake High School seeks Basketball coach Woodlake High School is looking [...]

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A peek at the Past’s Furture Home

Woodlake residents got a sneak peek at the future home of their hometown’s past. The Woodlake Valley Chamber of Commerce held its semi-annual mixer on Sept. 25 at the unfinished Woodlake Valley Cultural Museum, located at 130 N. Magnolia Ave. in Woodlake. The mixer was one of two held by the Chamber each year to [...]

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Community Calendar

October Oct. 4 – Registration is now open for the 5K Harvest Run/Walk in Visalia presented by Kaweah Delta Health Care District and Visalia Runners in Visalia. Oct. 4 – The first ever Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s®  for Tulare County will be at Mooney Grove Park (27000 South Mooney Blvd, Visalia) open registration begins at 9:30 [...]

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Farmersville High School makes change at the top

Farmersville High School has two new administrators at the helm this year as Lisa Whitworth and Manuel Mendez have moved into their new roles as Principal and Assistant Principal. Both administrators are looking forward to the work they want to accomplish not only this year but in years to come. Whitworth and Mendez believe that [...]

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Barbara Ainley

Barbara Ainley A Celebration of Life service will be held on Saturday, Oct. 3 at 3 p.m. at Woodlake Presbyterian Church for Barbara Ainley of Elderwood. A private family gravesid e will be held earlier that day. Barbara went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Sept. 27 surrounded by her beloved family. [...]

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Dr. sentenced for illegally dispensing pain meds

A Visalia doctor will serve nine months in prison after being convicted of writing prescription for pain medications to patients who did not need them and then trying to launder the money through various bank accounts. U.S. District Judge Lawrence J. O’Neill sentenced Dr. Terrill Eugene Brown, 61, of Visalia, to four years and nine [...]

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