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Audit gives Lindsay a clean slate

By Reggie Ellis Sun-Gazette It has been more than three years since the City of Lindsay’s finances came under new management. And last week, for the first time in possibly a decade, those funds were not mired in mismanagement. At its April 8 meeting, the Lindsay City Council got somewhat of a reprieve from the [...]

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Chinese dairy in escrow on old LOG plant

  It’s no secret a company has an interest in operating out of the former Lindsay Olive Growers (LOG) plant. And while the name of that company still remains a mystery, their origin is not. The group Sun-Gazette reported was in escrow on the former LOG plant in Lindsay has been identified as a Chinese [...]

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FUSD to begin search for head of ed.

  Farmersville Unified School District may have begun its search for a new Superintendent. FUSD’s Board of Trustees held a special meeting last night, April 15 to decide if it will hire a consulting firm to conduct a search for a new superintendent or if it will conduct the search on its own to replace [...]

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Exeter Murals: A Stroke of Genius

  Exeter began its mural program 20 years ago with the commission of Exeter’s first and largest mural “Orange Harvest” at Mixter Park. Today, the inaugural mural represents the City’s resiliency to economic hardship and its resolution to preserving its past. But it took a towering inferno to create the canvas on which the city [...]

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Lindsay limits household pets

  Lindsay now limits the number and types of animals allowed on residential properties. At its April 8 meeting, the Lindsay City Council approved an animal ordinance it has been working on for two months. The decision amended the City’s ordinance regarding animals by replacing a section expressly prohibiting “Beekeeping,” known as apiaries, with a [...]

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Exeter to ‘Pay It Forward’ April 24

  There was not much on the agenda for the April 8 Exeter City Council meeting, but there was one item to help improve the lives of everyone in Exeter … and possibly the world. At the behest of Mayor Robyn Stearns, the Exeter City Council approved a proclamation naming April 24, 2014 as Pay [...]

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INBRIEF

Commuters should expect delays on Hwy 65 in Lindsay this week Commuters may want to get a head start on their weekday morning drive through the Lindsay this week. The Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announced last week that Highway 65 between Avenue 228 (Hermosa Street) and Road 204 (Spruce Avenue, will be reduced to one-way [...]

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Nat’l Park updates trip planning information

  Are you planning a future trip to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks? If so, you will want to check recent updates to the “Plan Your Visit” section (link top left on webpage) of the parks’ website at www.nps.gov/seki. Certain facilities are expected to open sooner due to the lack of snow, weather-permitting. Limited [...]

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LETTERSTOTHEEDITOR

Letter to the Editor of the Foothill Sun-Gazette, Liberty is what has made America a great nation. We believe whole-heartedly in our first amendment freedoms, and as city councilmembers we welcome questions, concerns, and observations made by our neighbors as we oversee the workings of our local Lindsay government. Trudy Wischemann, columnist for the Sun-Gazette, [...]

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CRIMELINES

Exeter Police Logs Tuesday, April 1 At approximately 8:45 p.m., Officers contacted Paul Boswell on Stanley and Glenn Ave. Boswell had two outstanding Felony warrants with a combined bail amount of $75,000. Boswell was arrested for the warrants and was found to be in possession of .076 grams of Heroin. He was arrested and later [...]

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