A Hard Fall

By Andrea Camarena The score doesn't always tell the story. A 72-51 loss to Corcoran, doesn't justify the game that unfolded in Woodlake's gym last week as the Tigers fell in one [...]

Exit exam looming for seniors

By Jamie A. Hunt High school seniors have to pass a test to receive their diploma for the first time this year. They must pass California High School Exit Exams (CAHSEE) in order to graduate. The [...]

Lindsay's Youth of the Year

By Jamie Hunt Melinda Rios is an accomplished young woman in Lindsay. She has a long list of academic achievements, awards, activities and volunteer work that is extremely impressive. All of [...]

Making Their Case

By Jamie A. Hunt The mock-trial case at the Tulare County Superior Court allowed students from Exeter Union High School and Lindsay High School to grapple with pertinent social and legal issues [...]

Police begin search for loot

By Reggie Ellis Since the beginning of the year, nearly 400 items have been stolen in the city of Exeter, quite a lot for a town of 10,000 people. According to the Exeter Police Department, [...]

County mandates building recycling

By C.J. Barbre The California Integrated Waste Management Act of 1989 (Assembly Bill 939) mandated that by the end of 2000, each California city and county was to have developed a plan to divert [...]

More jobs coming to Woodlake

By Reggie Ellis A Woodlake company may be expanding this year, and along with it, bring into town a new business that may employ up to 100 people. Bruce Kopitar, owner of U.S. Tower in Woodlake, [...]

F'ville law targets ‘taggers'

By Reggie Ellis Tag, your it! Farmersville has seen an increase in gang graffiti &#8220taggers” marking their territory on the walls, fences and windows of homes and businesses during [...]

Pearl Brooks

A service was held for Pearl Brooks, 80, of Exeter. She passed away on Jan. 16, 2006, in Exeter. Pearl was born June 20, 1925 in Mansfield, Mo. Arrangements were under the direction of [...]