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Support Tulare County Fair – donors and volunteers needed

Sun-Gazette Dear Friends, Partners, Business Members and Community Leaders, 4-H and FFA Advisors The Tulare County Fair is in need of a lot of resources and assistance this year, more than ever, as their budget from the state of California has been slashed to nothing, and their labor pool and volunteer pool has diminished a [...]

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2nd annual car show set to roll into Lindsay

  Ruben Gonzales knows everything there is to know about low rider culture, “People have a lot of misconception about low rider culture. They think people who own low riders are gangsters and troublemakers, but these guys are doctors and lawyers. They spend more on their cars than most people spend on a house”. Gonzales [...]

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EFAMilies to host 2nd annual Veteran Run

  Women and men from around the United States risk their lives each day for the freedoms of their country. Often times they return home suffering from the seen and unseen wounds of war. EFAMilies and American Legion Post 94 will be holding a kick off event today, Aug. 13 at 5:30 p.m. in hopes [...]

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Scarecrows are returning to Exeter

  Scarecrows are best known for keeping birds away from crops, but Exeter is hoping they could scare up some business for local shops. For the entire month of October Exeter Chamber of Commerce is inviting business and organizations to line the streets of Exeter with artistic, creative and lively scarecrows. The Exeter Chamber of Commerce [...]

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Help spruce up the Fair

Community workdays are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 23 and 24, beginning at 8 a.m. to clean, plant, paint and ready the fairgrounds for the 95th edition of the Tulare County Fair, “Celebrating the Bounty of Our County.” The Tulare County Fair Foundation is asking volunteers to bring tools, gloves and closed-toe shoes and [...]

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What’s your favorite flavor?

  It’s hard to have just one chip, luckily Lay’s® has introduced four new flavors to keep your chip cravings satisfied. One of the newest flavors has an Exeter connection. Julia Stanley-Metz comes from a long line of Exeter natives, in May she found out that her Lay’s® Do us a Flavor Wavy Mango Salsa [...]

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TC Fair extends deadline for indoor entries

  The Tulare County Fair has extended the deadline for indoor entries, including fine art, photography, preserved and baked goods, bonsai and more. The application form is available online at www.tcfair.org and entries are due by Aug. 15. A processing fee of $5 per exhibitor will be charged for online entries; the fee for hand-delivered [...]

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