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Astronauts’ talk out of this world in 3 Rivers

Astronauts’ talk out of this world in 3 Rivers

  Almost every child dreams of becoming an astronaut. And while most of those dreams will go unrealized, our childlike sense of wonder about space rarely seems to wane. As we ...

Chase cruises through Exeter

Chase cruises through Exeter

  Thousands of fans from all over the Valley came out to see one of country music’s hottest artists/songwriters Chase Rice perform at Exeter City Park on July 24. The last ins ...

Farmersville Fire Dept. grows with City’s safety needs

Farmersville Fire Dept. grows with City’s safety needs

  Farmersville has grown since forming its own fire department in the mid-1980s. Its highway commercial corridor has expanded this year. Several national chains have opened in ...

County may sign 1-yr. deal with SEIU

County may sign 1-yr. deal with SEIU

  About 3,200 Tulare County employees will get a raise for the first time in six years. On July 21, the County signed a tentative agreement with Services Employees Internation ...

‘Honor Flight’ takes WWII vet on trip thru time

‘Honor Flight’ takes WWII vet on trip thru time

  When Lawrence Caddell returned home from his service in World War II there were no parades or celebrations. He was dropped off at a bus stop in Goshen and bummed a ride home ...

Lightning sparks fires in Nat’l Parks

Lightning sparks fires in Nat’l Parks

  Recent lightning activity has started four fires in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Due to their remote locations, these fires do not pose a threat to life or prope ...

Exeter District Ambulance may need new bylaws

Exeter District Ambulance may need new bylaws

  The Exeter District Ambulance opened its July 24 meeting with a simple question from Board member Wes Grim. “What is our policy on hiring a new permanent employee?” The ques ...

Laying the foundation for Exeter

Laying the foundation for Exeter

Editor’s Note: This is part 8 of an ongoing series looking at local service clubs and what they mean to the foothills area.   The Exeter chapter of Kiwanis is currently ranked ...

Moto. rider survives  collision

Moto. rider survives collision

A motorcycle rider is lucky to be alive after he was hit by an oncoming car last week. The accident happened at 10:50 a.m. on July 25 on Marinette Avenue just west of Anderson Road ...

Exeter talks water image

Exeter talks water image

  Exeter City Council and staff discussed the possibility of replacing the police station and city hall’s grass with synthetic turf. While the Council took no action at the Ju ...

INBRIEF

INBRIEF

Commuters should expect delays on Hwy. 137 west of Lindsay The Department of Transportation (Caltrans) says drivers should expect delays on Highway 137 west of Lindsay next week. C ...

West runs wild in All-Star Football Game

  The 47th annual East vs West All-Star game was held last Friday night at Bob Mathias stadium in Tulare. This year’s game had stars on both sidelines with Mission Oaks’ Elijah Porchia and Lemoore’s Richard Doctor taking turns in the back field for the West, and with Lindsay’s Jacob Hernandez carrying the load for [...]

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County forms temporary event committee

  It has been a year since the Environmental Health Division of Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency surveyed temporary event organizers and vendors about permitting fees and inspection experiences. The community meetings were held in each Supervisorial District following outrage from mobile businesses, non-profit groups and chambers of commerce regarding a proposed fee [...]

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Lindsay plans to deliver Shakespeare in the Park ‘As You Like It’

Sun-Gazette What does a drag king, a jester, a wrestler, and an exiled gentleman have in common? On August 7, 10, 14 and 16 all of these thematic elements will come together on stage at Lindsay’s Sweet Briar Plaza to recreate one of William Shakespeare’s most timeless comedies, “As You Like It”. The Lindsay Community [...]

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Lindsay offers back to school outfits

  Back to School shopping. For many parents that phrase means a little extra cost to end the summer vacation season as they prepare their students for another year. But for some parents, it means trying to scrounge enough hand-me-down clothing and extra money to ensure their children have clothes that fit as they grow. [...]

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Tom Floriano

A Celebration of Life mass will be held on Friday, August 1 at 10 a.m. at Scared Heart Church, 217 S. Lindero in Lindsay for Tom Floriano. Reception at the Lindsay Wellness Center to follow. Surrounded by family and close friends Tom Floriano, 56 year Lindsay resident, Catholic layperson, long time realtor, and owner of [...]

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5 life saving facts about baby boomers generation

  Were you born from 1945 through 1965? If so, you’re part of the unique generation known as the baby boomers. Here are interesting facts about baby boomers in America. One of them could save your life. 1. Baby boomers are one of the largest generations in U.S. history. The baby boomer generation, made up [...]

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