Select few advance to wrestling Masters

By Andrea Camarena Three wrestlers from Exeter and one from Farmersville advanced to the Central Section Masters tournament after placing among the top seven in their weight class at last [...]

Lindsay advances to playoffs

Lindsay closed out the season with an 18-10 record and a 7-7 league record to take the No. 4 seed in the Division IV Valley playoffs. The Cardinals began playoffs by hosting No. 13 Mendota on [...]

Gearing up for Classic's return

By Andrea Camarena The return of the Professional cycling to Exeter was cemented last week as Quad Knopf, a statewide engineering company, announced its title sponsorship of the Sequoia Cycling [...]

Doris N. Mulkey

Private family services will be held for Doris N. Mulkey of Exeter. Born in Texas to Samuel Emmitt and Pearle Plaxco on July 7, 1921, she went home to be with her Lord on Feb. 16, 2006, at the [...]

Alice V. Anderson

Alice V. Anderson entered eternal life on Sunday, Feb. 5, 2006, welcomed by her Lord and heavenly family. She was born in Chicago, Ill., on April 15, 1916, to Victor and Julia Swanson. Her family [...]

Brick by Brick

By Reggie Ellis Murals don't always capture the essence of the walls on which they are painted. Even more rare is to find a mural that captures both the past and present of the organization [...]

String of dog deaths hits rural residents

By Reggie Ellis Karin Callahan pulled up to her house nestled in an orang grove off Lomitas Drive on Feb. 19 and her dog Tippi, a healer mix, ran out to meet her as she stepped out of the car. [...]

City Council delays vote on SW Plan

By Reggie Ellis Opponents of Exeter's Southwest Specific Plan got a treat on Valentine's Day as the Exeter City Council meeting was canceled for a lack of quorum. Only two [...]

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