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Exeter has ‘Spirit

There’s no better way to get into the spirit of the holidays than with fine wine in the glow of immaculate Christmas trees all while raising money for charity. The 23rd annual Spirit of the Holidays is presented by the Exeter Kiwanis Club on Saturday, Dec. 6 from 4-7 p.m. at the Exeter Memorial Building. [...]

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Exploring the beauty of the unseen

Wedged in the middle of two iconic cities the Central Valley is often overlooked by the glamour of California’s culture. It takes a native of the valley to reveal the secret beauties of their homeland to the rest of the world. Rogelio Gutierrez was born in San Jose, but spent his childhood and adolescences growing [...]

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Tulare County symphony performs ‘Final Chords’

The Tulare County Symphony has titled its November concert “Final Chords” because it features Tchaikovsky’s last symphony and Elgar’s final concerto. The concert is Saturday, Nov. 22 at 7:30 p.m. at the Visalia Fox Theatre. The first short piece, “March Slave,” begins with a familiar tune. Tchaikovsky was commissioned to write it in 1876 to [...]

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Community Calendar

Ongoing – The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce is looking for nominations and sponsorships for 103rd Annual Awards Banquet “Red Carpet Night”. Awards are given for Man of the Year, Woman of the Year, Youth of the Year, Business of the Year, Organization of the Year and Employee of the Year. Deadline for nominations and sponsorships [...]

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Miss Woodlake Essays

KiAnna Cunningham “To become Miss Woodlake has been one of my dreams since I moved to Woodlake, in the third grade. I have dreams that I want to create into goals. My talents are what help me reach my goals. My strength, my leadership, my realistic view, my self- confidence can bring great things to [...]

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Educated on Etiquette in Exeter

Tired of hearing employers’ complaints about today’s youth lacking people skills and finesse for the business world, a volunteer group of Exeter women have launched a new program whose aim is to empower teenagers with the skills to impress themselves, their families as well as potential employers. The Etiquette Ambassadors organization — comprised of members [...]

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Turkey time in Woodlake

Those who are looking for some friendly and fun competition this for their Thanksgiving should look forward to the Woodlake FFA Turkey Shoot Fundraiser. The Turkey Shoot will be put on by the Woodlake Future Farmers of America chapter and Woodlake High School earth science and agriculture instructor Jason Ferreira, on Saturday, Nov. 22. Those [...]

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Christmas crafts in the Foothills

The holiday shopping season officially kicks off in the foothills this weekend in Three Rivers. The 29th annual Holiday Arts and Crafts Bazaar will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 15 at the Three Rivers Memorial Building, located at 43490 Sierra Dr. in Three Rivers. The event has been sponsored [...]

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A Quick, Comfort Food Favorite

Nothing says fall better than delicious, savory comfort foods and particularly those that are a snap to prepare. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the average American spends about one hour per day engaged in meal preparation and cleanup. Want to beat the clock? Check out these solutions for busy families facing the time [...]

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Community Calendar

November   Nov. 7 – Central Valley Parkinson’s Support Group will meet at 10:30 a.m. in the pre-School Center of Visalia United Methodist Church, 5200 West Caldwell Ave. Guest Speaker, Jennifer Fry from MedTronics will be discussing Deep Brain Stimulation. Any questions call Marilyn Swanson at 559-732-1056. Nov. 8 – Tulare County Audubon Society field trip notice [...]

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