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‘Twas the ‘Santa Night’ before Christmas

Regardless of your ethnicity, income level and social status, at one time or another, everyone’s father has threatened their child to be on their best behavior, do the right thing and stay out of trouble. And if they don’t, the police will come arrest you, no matter how small the offense. Sgt. Joseph Hinojos with [...]

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Doo Dah for dough Dec. 31

After another year of working hard for hard-earned money, wouldn’t it be nice to get paid to goof off for a change? That’s exactly what the Exeter Lions Club wants you to do. The Club is again holding its annual Doo Dah Parade as part of its third annual New Year’s Eve celebration in downtown [...]

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A Christmas Carol

ust in time for Christmas, The Lindsay Community Theater is presenting the traditional Christmas Show, Scrooge, A Christmas Carol on Dec. 19 and 20 at 7:30 p.m. and Dec. 21 at 2 p.m. In addition, Santa Claus will make an appearance to take pictures with kids of all ages. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for [...]

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Tonyville continues near 500-year-old tradition

The town of Tonyville came out of their homes and braved the wind and rain early Friday morning in honor of a miracle that happened nearly 500 years ago. The pilgrimage began at a resident’s home before the Catholic congregation took to the streets carrying the icon of the Virgin Mary to St. Anthony’s in [...]

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Community Calendar

December Dec. 18 – New Life Church and Community Food Bank presents Neighborhood Markets. There will be fresh produce, perishable food and other items being distributed “farmer market style” free to the community. The market will be held from 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. at New Life Church, 360 E. Hermosa in Lindsay. Dec. 19 [...]

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A very ‘Mary Beth’ Christmas

Mary Beth La Munyon-Jones is Home for the Holidays in this house she remembers with the best times of her teens, bought by her father in 1975 and inherited by her in 1996. It sits here in a cozy stretch of Exeter’s 1920s, west of the tracks, section backing up to the later installed Exeter Golf Course [...]

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Farmersville raises a glass for Christmas

The count down to Christmas is on and with only 15 more days to go, Farmersville is hosting the perfect event for you and your loved ones to enjoy this holiday season. On Saturday, Dec. 13 Farmersville PTO will be holding its inaugural Community Dinner and Wine Tasting at the Farmersville Community Center from 6-10 [...]

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No Grinch Lives Here

A block away from the Borum household you will be greeted with a “Merry Christmas” sign placed over the garage doors. These letters being a reuse of the now long gone Young’s Market in Visalia. That is the theme of Ron & Laura Borum’s home: Re-purpose and re-use. 99% of the contents of their home [...]

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High Sierra set to bring a jazzy Christmas Concert

Veterans Memorial Building, Saturday December 13 at 2 p.m. for their Christmas concert and Christmas party. Huddleston is president of the Sierra Traditional Jazz Club, sponsor of the event. The public is invited and welcome to join in the fun. Entrance is $10.00 at the door. Band manager, Rusty Crain, says the band will be [...]

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Striking scenes from the Sierras

Tulare County has one of the best riches landscapes in California from the life giving agriculture to the untamed mountain ranges of the Sequoia National Park. Every inch of the 4,824 sq. mi county holds a unique treasure waiting to be capture by a keen eye behind a camera lense. Throughout the month of December, [...]

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