A peaceful space in an expansive place

By Andrea Camarena This is the second segment of an ongoing series exploring Sequoia National Park through Sequoia Sightseeing Tours, a company run out of Three Rivers. Traveling higher into the [...]

Symphony may pop into new parks

By Reggie Ellis After 15 years at Mooney Grove in Visalia and the last two at Tulare’s Zumwalt Park, the Tulare County Symphony is considering some new venues for its popular Pops in the [...]

Fired up for Fourth of July

Not people in this world live free. And those people that are, are hard pressed to find things that are for free. Lucky for Exeter, the Exeter Lions Club has both. For more than 50 years, the [...]

Paint By Numbers

By Reggie Ellis At one point or another, everyone has wished they could paint a mural. Thanks to Colleen Mitchel-Veyna, now they can. The artist painting Exeter’s 23rd mural is allowing [...]

Sandra B. Ware

Sandra B. Ware passed away June 15, 2006 in Visalia, at the age of 65. She was born November 19, 1940 in California and lived in Three Rivers. No services will be held per Sandra's wishes. [...]

Dale Withnell

Graveside services were held at the Exeter District Cemetery, for Dale Withnell of Exeter. Born in Branson, Mo., to Lonzo and Ollie Withnell, May 8, 1935, he passed away at his home in Exeter, [...]

Winning the game of skate

By Andrea Camarena LuLu's Board Shack took another first step last week when the skate store hosted the first-ever skate contest at the Exeter Boys and Girls Club on Wednesday, June 21. The [...]

Edith Reece

Edith Pauline Reece passed away on Monday June 12, in Visalia, California. She was 87 years old. She had been an Exeter resident for the past 6 years where she attended the Exeter Baptist Church [...]