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Bearing in mind that wildlife visit Exeter

Fall tourists are not the only out-of-towners doing some fall shopping in Exeter this month. A black bear also visited town over the weekend in the hopes of finding some fresh produce. The medium-sized bear was spotted at about 5 a.m. on Oct. 18 near the intersection of C and Pine streets. City Manager Randy [...]

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Opposite candidates run for Senate’s 16th

Topics that span California are most potently felt in the Central Valley which makes elections an important time of year. California’s 18th State Senate District is currently represented by four-year incumbent Jean Fuller. Fuller is being challenged by archeologist/business woman Ruth Musser-Lopez, who is entering the race as a write-in candidate. Issues that face the [...]

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Republicans face off for Assembly Dist. 26

The Nov. 4 ballot is packed with political races at the local, state and Congressional levels. But one race will have a profound political effect on the foothills area. Unlike the State Senate districts that carve up the foothills area of Tulare County, Assembly District 26 encompasses every community in eastern Tulare County except Three [...]

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A Bright Spot For Woodlake

Most anyone in Woodlake was aware of the construction on Valencia Boulevard earlier this summer. Signs saying detour were abound, and cumbersome. Although now with the streets widened, new pavement down, bollards next to the crosswalks for safe crossing, and new street lights lining the sidewalks, people hardly have a reason to complain. Woodlake residents [...]

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Measure ‘R’ funds return to Lindsay

Since Roosevelt School opened north of the city limits in 2011, Lindsay has been trying to find funding to permanently connect the newest elementary school to the rest of the city’s sidewalks. And the money they were banking on is finally available. For the first time since settling a 10-month legal battle in 2012, the [...]

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Golden Bears run wild in victory over Spartans

The 6-1 (2-0) Sierra Pacific Golden Bears came rumbling into Strathmore on Friday night to take on the 3-4 (0-2) Spartans. Led by their leading running back Kenneth Littlejohn, who had close to two hundred yards rushing on the night as the Golden Bears ran away with a 56-14 victory over the Spartans. Strathmore head [...]

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A Cat fight extends Tigers streak

After a strong 42-27 East Sequoia League opening win against the Strathmore Spartans, Woodlake returned home to welcome the Corcoran Panthers to town. The Tigers did not miss a step as they returned to their ground and pound offensive, and smothering defensive play on their way to a 14-6 win on Friday Oct. 17. Tigers [...]

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Monarchs get out ran by Cavaliers running game

The Exeter Monarchs were hoping to turn things around in Central Sequoia League play Friday night against the Central Valley Christian Cavaliers. With it being the Cavalier’s homecoming night, the Cavaliers were looking to get into the win column as well when it comes to Central Sequoia League play as the Cavaliers had fallen a [...]

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It’s Cilantro Planting Time

Cilantro is an ancient annual garden herb with a very distinctive scent and flavor. Cilantro, also called Chinese parsley or coriander, dates back 3,000 years to Egypt. The leaves are a mainstay of ethnic cuisines the world over and are used in many Mexican, Thai, Asian, and Indian recipes. After the cilantro plant blooms, seedpods [...]

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Exeter woman hit at mailbox

An Exeter woman was severely injured last week while trying to check a roadside mailbox in the dark. The accident happened at about 9:39 p.m. on Oct. 17 on Avenue 208 east of Road 236 near Strathmore. According to the California Highway Patrol, a woman parked her car on the north shoulder facing traffic and [...]

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