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Runners for Life

By Reggie Ellis Tim Sekiya never thought he would run a marathon. He was a wrestler in high school and college -not exactly a sport that requires hours of stamina - and the farthest he had ever ran was about a mile and a half in physical education classes. And that was more than 15 […]

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A class on the real world

By Nancy Gutierrez Lindsay High School Career Day is not like other high school fairs. The quad is not lined with tables representing different areas of industry. Students aren't milling around campus or crowded around the table with the most goodies. Instead LHS administration created a career school day. Weeks before the fair students were […]

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Sanders predicts 'a year of promise, a year of success'

By Carolyn Barbre Wearing his "special suit," a handsome pinstriped affair, Tulare County Board of Supervisors Chairman Bill Sanders looked over the packed chamber with a Cheshire cat grin. "There are so many important people here today, I am just excited to see them," he said, acknowledging several retired county supervisors. Present were judges, representatives […]

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Strathmore students help clean the coast

By Nancy Gutierrez "My favorite part was watching the waves moving," Thalia Ibarra said. Ibarra had never been to the ocean, but knew it was important for everyone to keep the beaches clean so that people can enjoy it when they come for the first time. Close to 180 Strathmore Elementary and Sunnyside Elementary students […]

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Nancy J. Miller

A Celebration of Life service was held on Friday, April 2 for Nancy J. Miller, 41, of Exeter. She completed her journey and returned to our Lord on March 30 after a lengthy battle with cancer. She was the youngest of five children, this heavenly angel began her earthly adventure in Olathe, Kan. on May […]

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Lindsay Ol

By Carolyn Barbre Arriving at Sweet Brier Plaza at about a quarter to five was like coming onto a giant sound stage made to look like this gorgeous outdoor plaza and mercado. Everyone knew their jobs, knew their marks, and was purposefully setting up. This was going to be a great production. It had been […]

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Anna M. McKinney

She left this world for a better one at the age of 59 on Sunday, March 21 in Paso Robles at her home. She worked for the last 15 years in the design field, specializing in window treatments and accessories. For the past two years she had been living her dream, opening her own business, […]

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OBF Princesses: The Ladies in Red

Four Lindsay High School seniors have been chosen to serve as attendants for the 2004 Lindsay Orange Blossom Festival royal court. These young ladies were singled out for their academic accomplishments, as well as community involvement. The court will be presented to the community at the Queen's Coronation at 4 p.m. on April 17 at […]

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County asks residents to game plan for future

By Reggie Ellis The second round of game planning for Tulare County's future took place on Wednesday, March 24 at the Lindsay Veterans Memorial Building. Bruce Race, a planning workshop consultant hired by the county to gather public input, opened the meeting by splitting the attendees into three groups of six and then having each […]

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