Legacy Foundation sponsors OBF Fun Run

By Andrea Camarena Teachers Roger and Katryn Gonzales believe that college aspirations should be fostered in Lindsay students. For those students with a desire to attend a four-year university [...]

LUSD rebuts Migrant Ed Program myths

By Reggie Ellis A group of Lindsay parents and students have questioned recent decisions made by the Migrant Education Administration, but the Lindsay Unified School District says that nearly all [...]

F’ville girl’s death ruled accidental

By Reggie Ellis A Farmersville family may be able to find at least some peace this week after learning that their daughter did not commit suicide nor was she the victim of a homicide. The Tulare [...]

Exeter PD takes back Rx

By Reggie Ellis Sun-Gazette The Exeter Police Department is providing the public an opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft in their community by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous [...]

Cheering on Lindsay

By Reggie Ellis No matter what her address says, nobody cheers harder for Lindsay than McKenzi Blue, this year’s Orange Blossom Festival Queen. McKenzi said she is honored to represent [...]

Sun-Gazette shines at statewide contest

For the first time ever, the Sun-Gazette newspaper entered the Better Newspaper Contest, a statewide contest where newspapers compete against publications with similar circulation, and took home [...]

Cheering on Lindsay

By Reggie Ellis Sun-Gazette No matter what her address says, nobody cheers harder for Lindsay than McKenzi Blue, this year’s Orange Blossom Festival Queen. McKenzi said she is honored to [...]

William Roy

Visitation will be held from 3-6 p.m., Thursday, March 31, at the Exeter Church of God Chapel, corner of Chestnut and H Street for William Roy “Bill” Haynes of Exeter. Private burial [...]