Phyllis Dawson Turner

Today, Exeter will lay to rest one of its most memorable residents, whose dedication to community service helped the City when times were tough and whose dry sense of humor lifted its spirits [...]

Best of both worlds

Lindsay, Calif. and Ono, Japan don’t have that much in common. Ono is ten times the size of Lindsay and most of the jobs there are industrial, not agricultural. Ono has four seasons, Lindsay [...]

Cheary case moves to fall

The community of Exeter will have to wait a little longer for justice to be served in what is regarded as the worst murder in Exeter’s history. Many in the community had hoped the trial of an [...]

FPD to ‘take back’ rx drugs

Some of the most dangerous substances in the world are found in every home in America – in the medicine cabinet. Not only do unwanted prescription drugs pose a threat to wandering children, [...]

Exeter hopes farmworker mural bears fruit

It seems fitting this year’s fund-raiser for Exeter’s murals will be held on Cinco de Mayo. The day holds great significance to the farmworkers featured in the “Orange Harvest” mural underneath [...]

Lindsay looks to better water well

Lindsay has been treading water with its water supply for the past three decades. Lindsay’s wells do not produce enough to meet the needs of the residents on its own. A depleted groundwater [...]

Crime Lines

Exeter Police Log Wednesday, April 3 At approximately 1 a.m. officers contacted two subjects acting suspiciously in the area of Palm and “B” St. One subject began to struggle as he was checked [...]

Bookings

These are arrests of residents living in the foothills area who were booked into the Tulare County Main Jail on the following dates: April 11 – Jose Alvarez of Farmersville was arrested on [...]

In brief

City of Exeter holds Spring Cleanup event April 25-27 at City Yard The City of Exeter’s Public Works Department will be accepting the trash items starting Thursday, April 25, 2013 continuing [...]