What a season!

By Andrea Camarena Exeter girls track closed a mind-blowing season last week that included sweeping the league championships, cruising into an area victory and taking second in Divisin II Valley [...]

Jump Rope and Hoops raises over $3,000

By Jeannie Lopez Last week more than 100 students helped fight heart disease and strokes by participating in the Jump Rope for Heart and Hoops for Heart events. Students from Rocky Hill [...]

Students promise to stay drug-free

By Jeannie Lopez On May 20, students from Wilson Middle School graduated from the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) program. Throughout the school year the sixth grade students have been [...]

Lindsay fire burns for 24 hours

By Reggie Ellis Tulare County firefighters worked more than 24 hours last Thursday and Friday to contain a fire at a manufacturing plant north of Lindsay. The fire at Harvest Container, 24476 [...]

3 die in collision on Highway 65

An early morning crash killed three people and seriously injured four others headed to work on Monday, May 23. According to CHP, the head-on crash occurred just before 6 a.m. on Highway 65 west [...]

Salute our heores

By Andrea Camarena Rod Hughes first served his country in 1959 when he joined the U.S. Navy for two years. In 1967, Hughes returned to the military when he joined the U.S. Army for 18 months in [...]

Cecile Jean Ankrum

Born Cecile Jean Edwards, in Lindsay, June 30, 1919, she ied April 23, 2005, at home in Honokaa, Hawaii. Cecile was a retired executive secretary for an aerospace firm. She is survived by her [...]

Donna L. Shewmake

Graveside services were held for Donna L. Shewmake, 72, of Fresno. She died on May 16 in Fresno. She was a retired grocery clerk. She was born on Sept. 7, 1933, in Oakland, Calif. Arrangements [...]