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Exeter reigns in the beginning of Fall

Go back in time, recall and relive your fond Fall Festival memories and create many new ones. This year’s Exeter Fall Festival will continue with many fun traditions from the past 101 years – games, contests, arts & crafts, food and entertainment that is guaranteed to be fun for the whole family! October 1 – [...]

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‘Best in Show’

Denise Albright of Exeter won the Best In Show Overall at the Tulare County Fair for her photo of friend and colleague Trudy Johnson posing in Western gear with her pony Jake. The photo was originally taken in full color but Albright wanted “Vintage Western” look so she started to process the picture using layers [...]

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Letters from the past

Lindsay’s was at one point a star studded hub of the Central Valley. Once home to the only air conditioned hotel between Los Angeles and San Francisco, Lindsay attracted the rich and famous who were looking to vacation in the All-American City. “Lindsay was really the place to come. I call it the second gold [...]

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Woodlake Rotary to welcome in Fall

Even with valley temperatures still in the triple digits cooler weather is right around the corner and with it comes the annual Woodlake Rotary Harvest Charity Dinner and Auction. Each year the Woodlake Rotarians welcome in the harvest season with a night of good food, fun and charitable giving. This year the Harvest Charity Dinner [...]

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Photos add color to life in Linnell

In the years of the New Deal leading up to World War II, the Roosevelt Administration’s Farm Security Administration commissioned nationally known photographers to capture the closeness of community found in the labor camps up and down California. The camps were an improvement in living conditions for those who migrated during the Dust Bowl in [...]

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Artists show ‘synergy’ at Lindsay show

Individually, or collectively, there is an unusual sense created when art is presented in a particular setting. The Lindsay Art Association is pleased to present “Synergy” a collective exhibit being shown at the Lindsay Museum and Gallery. The theme of the exhibit will have its own certain beauty of form and light that will enhance [...]

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Viva Mariachifest

Sept. 16 is Mexican Independence Day which marked the beginning of the Mexican War of Independence. Throughout the country cries of, “¡Viva México!” could be heard. Woodlake will be celebrating the holiday a little early with their first annual Mariachifest hosted by Woodlake based non-profit The Homegrown Project (HGP). Members of HGP have been planning [...]

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Dixieland to jazz up Three Rivers on Sat.

A little piece of the South is coming to the Foothills as the High Sierra Jazz Band will be featured at the Sierra Traditional Jazz Club concert at the Three Rivers Memorial Building. The public is welcome to join in on the fun on Saturday, September 13 at 1:00pm. Non-members of the Sierra Traditional Jazz [...]

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Cans or pints for T.C.F ticket

The annual 9-11 blood drive this year will include a ticket for free weekday admission to the Tulare County Fair for each donor. The blood drive will be held Thursday, Sept. 11, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Tulare Veterans’ Memorial Building. It is the largest single-site, single-day blood donation event in the [...]

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Down the aisle

Robert and Dee LoBue of Exeter are please to announce the engagement of their daughter, Lisa Christine to Jonathan Parkin, son of Cheryl Parkin and the late Robert Parkin of Paso Robles. Lisa graduated from Exeter High School and Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. She received her Master’s in Counseling Psychology from the University of [...]

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