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Exeter District Ambulance Agenda – 8/28/14

This month the Exeter District Ambulance Governing Board is meeting on Thursday Aug 28. The Board will be considering the adoption of new bylaws that provide a list of policies that guide the district’s decision making process. Agenda Regular Meeting Exeter District Ambulance Governing Board Meeting Room, 302 E. Palm, Exeter California 3:00pm This Meeting [...]

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A Rivalry Renewed

The battle of the Orange Crate between Exeter Union High School and Lindsay High School is back after a six year hiatus. The rivalry between Lindsay and Exeter is the oldest in the area, predating both the Exeter, Woodlake and the Lindsay, Strathmore rivalry. The “Crate” trophy started when then, the Exeter Sun and the [...]

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Exeter Schools on lockdown during standoff

Thousands of students were held in class for more than 90 minutes after the school day ended last Friday and it wasn’t because all of them were in the afterschool program. At about 2:20 p.m. on Aug. 19 the Exeter Police Department notified Exeter Unified School District administrators to lockdown all four schools, just after [...]

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Mine pits landowners vs corp.

When Rob and Sissy Morton took in their grandchildren 10 years ago, they were content knowing Sarah and Seth would grow up on a cozy piece of country in the foothills of Lemon Cove. Rob Morton hoped his grandchildren would grow up playing on lush grass during the day while the couple relaxed as they [...]

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Getting Co. island on ‘Tract’ with water

Woodlake has not hesitated to enforce the State’s new water conservation mandates. In fact, the City’s self imposed regulations are stricter than those adopted by the State Water Resources Board in July. But there are about 275 water users that the City has no authority over to enforce any conservation measures. At its Aug. 11 [...]

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Exeter homes without power for 24hrs

Nearly 200 Exeter homes were without power for 24 hours last Friday and Saturday leaving residents to scramble for generators and family and friends homes to keep their food and themselves cool. At 10:52 p.m. the Tulare County Fire Department received a report of an arching power box near the corner of Sequoia Drive and [...]

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Canadian dairy is ‘IND’-eed interested in former LOG

The old Lindsay Olive Growers plant will remain vacant a little while longer, but it appears more than 300 jobs will still be coming to town. Lindsay City Manager Rich Wilkinson said escrow on the plant was scheduled to close on Aug. 18, but no transfer of title was recorded at the Tulare County Recorder [...]

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Valley is critically low on O-negative blood supply

The Central California Blood Center is asking all O-negative blood donors, to give blood as soon as possible. The Blood Center announced on Monday that the supply of O-negative blood type is at critically low levels with just 13% of the needed inventory heading after recent high usage caused a drastic drop in the supply. [...]

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Feeling Optimistic

Not every child in Exeter can afford to the go the movies. Many families can’t afford a family feast on Thanksgiving despite parents working two or three jobs. In turn, not every teenager has the benefit of growing up in a home with reliable transportation, consistent schedules, attentive parents or optimistic futures. That’s where the [...]

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Lane closures on Hwy. remain

Highway road work will continue to delay traffic in Lindsay this week. The Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announced last week that lane closures will continue on Highway 65 from Lindsay heading south to Porterville and on Highway 137 starting at the Highway 65 junction heading west toward Tulare. Caltrans will reduce Highway 65 to one [...]

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