Record Breaker

By Andrea Camarena Abby Bloetscher towers above her teammates at six feet two inches tall, and she seems to tower above her opponents in not only physical stature, but in talent and skill. [...]

Students Make Their Case

By Mo Moore While a trip to the Tulare County Courthouse might normally cost students for a parking or traffic ticket, it was quite rewarding for students involved in the 2007 Tulare County Mock [...]

Pot of Gold for the little laddies

By Katey Garrett Each year, the PTO (Parent Teacher Organization) of Wilson Middle School in Exeter spends much of their time raising funds to benefit their students. The past has proven that the [...]

Plowing through history

By Reggie Ellis Mark Thompson was only 15 years old when he helped his father Merle set up a display for his business, Strathmore Machinery, Inc., at the first Tulare Field and Row Crop Equipment [...]

LUSD makes play to put fun back in fitness

By Mo Moore Most of us remember P.E. (physical education) as a time of running laps or getting knocked in the head with a dodge ball, but for students at three elementary schools in Lindsay, P.E. [...]

Farmworker families left out in the cold

By Mo Moore Approximately 500 people showed up around noon last Saturday at St. Anthony's Church in Farmersville to receive food boxes as part of relief efforts from the local communities [...]

Larry Leland Bradford

Graveside services were held for Larry Leland Bradford. He was born to Lester and Dollie Bradford, Aug. 18, 1940 in Visalia. He passed away Feb. 15, 2007 at the age of 66. Larry grew up in Exeter [...]

Steve A. Lacey

Graveside services were held for Steve A. Lacey of Lindsay, who passed away Feb. 10, 2007, at the age of 76. He was born to Jerry and Mary Lacey, in Cleveland, Ohio, Sept. 19, 1930. He moved to [...]