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April 24 – Three Rivers will be hosting the 64th Annual Lions Team Roping. Admission is $1 per person event includes over a dozen roping competitions, team branding (with paint), barrel-racing for youth and adults, and dummy roping for the kids. For more information visit www.3rtr.org or call (559) 799-1473. April 24 – AAUW Springtime [...]

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Exeter holds Sunrise Service rain or shine

The Exeter Ministerial Association continues two annual worship events this weekend. First, the association is inviting the public to take part in the Good Friday gathering at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 18 at Church of God of Exeter, 246 W. Chestnut St. in Exeter. Ofer Levy, a representative from “Jews For Jesus,” will conduct [...]

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INBRIEF

Lindsay Kiwanis holds Easter Egg Hunt The Lindsay Kiwanis Club will be hosting a city wide Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 19 at Lindsay City Park. The egg hunt will begin at 10 a.m. The event is free to the public.   City of Exeter, Sunset Waste put on Easter Egg Hunt and Earth [...]

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Oranges … The Heart of Lindsay

  This year’s Orange Blossom Festival theme – “Oranges … Heart of Lindsay” – illustrates the importance of the citrus industry to both Lindsay’s past and its future. Nobody knows that better than Fred LoBue, whose family has played an integral part in the history of the town and its top crop. Long before Lindsay [...]

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A Friendly Tradition

  This year the Lindsay-Ono Sister City program played host to a 41-year-old tradition, a city wide teriyaki dinner. The traditional teriyaki dinner began after World War II by Japanese Americans who wanted to promote goodwill in Lindsay. Last year the teriyaki dinner hosted the Ono City Delegates including Ono City’s Mayor Tsutomu Horai. The [...]

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OBF Art & History

  Lindsay’s newly refurbished and landscaped Museum-Gallery will again be the site of the annual Orange Blossom Festival Art Show open to artists throughout Tulare County. It will also be the location for the annual reception for the Orange Blossom Queen and her Court as well as the Honored Couple from 5-7 p.m. on Friday, [...]

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Jazzaffair 2014

  Jazz music was born in America. It erupted at the dawn of the twentieth century; proof that the great “Melting Pot” experiment would spawn unprecedented creativity and freedom of expression. It commented on politics, emotions, racial inequities, and the complexities of life in a new and compelling way. This music was raw and real, [...]

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Woodlake runs for hunger

  Lace up your running shoes and head over to Woodlake this Saturday, April 12 for a day of fun and giving. Kiwanis Club of Woodlake is hosting its 6th annual charity run, Round-Up for Hunger 5K run and 2 mile walk/run at Bravo Lake and the Botanical Gardens. Race day Registration will be held [...]

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Symphony closes season with soloist

Sun-Gazette The beautiful Americana tones of the dulcimer will contrast with the huge orchestral sounds of Berlioz when the Tulare County Symphony presents its last concert of the season on Saturday, April 12 at 7:30 p.m. at the Visalia Fox Theatre. The dulcimer is not an instrument you normally hear with an orchestra, but it [...]

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Reading Is Fun-damental

  Students at Rocky Hill understand the importance of reading. On March 7 students and staff honored Dr. Seuss by devoting a few hours to reading. Students were immersed in literature through read alouds and silent reading. Guest readers visited the campus throughout the morning. Superintendent Tim Hire and Deputy Superintendent Dr. Laurie Goodman visited [...]

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