Monarchs go 1-1 over week

Returning from Spring Break on Tuesday, April 19, Justin Cardoza pitched another complete game and lead the Monarchs to a 7-1 victory over the Woodlake Tigers. Cardoza had 10 strikeouts and [...]

Breaking the Chain of Gangs

By Jamie Hunt Former gang member, Daniel Longoria, now in his late 40s, was heavily into drugs and alcohol by the age of 10, and overdosed by the time he was12. He shared his story of pain, [...]

Students Read-In to parents

By Jamie Hunt On April 6, Jefferson Elementary School in Lindsay held a Read-In program for parents and children to show them special and exciting ways to help make reading exciting and fun. The [...]

Retail Chain Reaction

By Reggie Ellis The April 18 meeting of the Farmersville Planning Commission signaled a new era for Farmersville. The commission approved two projects that will add 12-15 additional retail stores [...]

Camp Zap

By Reggie Ellis An old black and white bus drives slowly up and down the winding dirt roads in the foothills of Lemon Cove. It resembles something from a movie, where prisoners are transported to [...]

Double R Ranch gets green light

By C.J. Barbre Those who have been following this story, about two brothers trying to get a Special Use Permit modification on their 28-acre spread in Farmersville for wedding receptions and [...]

Exeter's former mayor dies at age 69

By Reggie Ellis Alex Torres spent his life getting to the top by lifting up others. The former mayor, Man of the Year and Heritage Award winner died on April 15 at the age of 69. The son of [...]

Raquel Isabel Bruner

Raquel Isabel Bruner, 79, of Seyour, passed away April 22, 2006 at the Heritage House of Seymour. Mrs. Bruner was born March 26, 1927 in Manila, Philippines. She was a former professional [...]

Richard Elmer Lloyd Lewis

Services will be held at 10 a.m., Wednesday, April 26, at the Exeter Seventh Day Adventist Church, corner of Bryant and Lenox streets. A reception will be held at the church following the burial [...]