Fired Up: Lindsay Chili Cook-Off

Lindsay residents showed off their enthusiasm, excitement and eating and entertaining skills during the 28th annual Chili Cook-Off. Veronica Loya-Alcocer celebrates after her team, Hillbilly [...]

Kaweah Oaks Preserve blazes online trail

Sequoia Riverlands Trust has completed a digital trail where visitors can use their smart phones for a virtual tour of Kaweah Oaks Preserve. Visitors simply scan the “QR” codes which sit on top [...]

Fall-ing In

Farmersville lined up for a fun-filled day of carnival games, carving and choreography at its annual Fall Festival on Farmersville Boulevard. The Farmersville High School Dance Team stayed in [...]

A Recipe For Success

There is no secret ingredient when it comes to molding a successful child. It just takes a lot of preparation. But if you can find positive parents, mix that with talented teachers, add [...]

Community Calendar

October Oct. 10 – Pumpkin carving contest and Family Fun Night from 4:30-7 p.m., on Pine and E Street in Downtown Exeter. Games and activities geared for children ages 4-15 will be set up [...]

It’s Greek To Them

The Farmersville Aztecs went for the gold on and off the field in an Olympic-themed Homecoming Clash with the Titans from Orange Cove last Friday night. Dressed as Greeks, Farmersville students [...]

‘The Voice’ from the Valley

Ten months ago, Rudy Parris was approached by a member of his church with a message from the Bible. “Delight yourself in the Lord and he will give you the desires of your heart (Psalm 37:4),” the [...]

Sutton named Miss Exeter

Danielle Sutton loves everything about Exeter. She loves the small town feel and all the murals. She loves what Miss Exeter stands for, for Exeter. And now the senior from Exeter Union High [...]

Start typing and press Enter to search