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Getting students back on track

In response to research showing students lose academic skills over vacation breaks, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O'Connell released a list of tips for parents to help their children keep learning habits fresh. "Research shows that children who don’t keep up on their skills over a long school break can lose up to two […]

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Bessie E. Barker

Private family services for Bessie E. Barker, 97, of Lindsay will be held at the Exeter Public Cemetery following cremation at Myers Crematory. She died on Aug. 4 in Lindsay. She was born in the State of Missouri on Feb. 25, 1907. Her occupation was fruit packing for 35 years. She was a resident of […]

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Arsonists caught, confess

Over the summer about two dozen grass fires were attributed to arsonists in and around Lindsay. At one of the fires on June 18, Officer Heinks spotted two Hispanic male subjects leaving the scene on mountain bikes. They dumped the bikes and took off on foot into the groves. At approximately 10:30 p.m. on Friday, […]

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Mary "Margie" Minnie

Private Services for Mary "Margie" Minnie, 56, will be held at a later date. She died on Aug. 2 in Visalia. She was born in Tulare to Ralph and Mamie Gregg on June 13, 1948. She was raised in Tulare and moved to Visalia a number of years ago. She was a housewife. She is […]

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From Russia with Love

By C.J. Barbre This is a story you want to come at from the kid's point of view. Sasha is his name, which Kaycie Swenson says translates into Alexander in English. If Sasha is adopted he will move half the world away from most all that is familiar. At age 7 that can be scary, […]

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Nathan Laurie

Funeral for Nathan Laurie, 43, of White Settlement were held on Aug. 2 at Birchman Baptist Church with Chaplain Harry Mayes officiating the service. Following the funeral, a procession took Mr. Laurie to Greenwood Memorial Park, where his casket was transferred to a horse-drawn carriage which was led into the cemetery accompanied by bagpipers. He […]

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City has received $47.7 mil in grants since '84

By C.J. Barbre Each year the City of Lindsay is required to review the State CDBG (Community Development Block Grant) and HOME programs and submit Grantee Performance Reports for open grants and Final Grantee Performance Reports for closed grants. At the Lindsay City Council Meeting on July 27, a list of grants received by the […]

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Elsa Martinez

A service and visitation for Elsa Martinez, 28, of Farmersville was held on Aug. 3 at Iglesia del Nazareno Church in Exeter and officiated by Pastor Edit Canon. Burial was at Exeter Cemetery. She died on July 27 in Porterville. She was born in San Andres Jutatio, Oaxaca, Mexico on Oct. 21, 1976. She had […]

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Bessie E. Barker

Private family services for Bessie E. Barker, 97, of Lindsay will be held at the Exeter Public Cemetery following cremation at Myers Crematory. She died on Aug. 4 in Lindsay. She was born in Missouri on February 25, 1907. Her employer and occupation was fruit packing for 35 years. She was a resident of Lindsay […]

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John Mowery

A visitation for John Mowery, 83, of Exeter was held on August 4 at Evans-Miller Exeter Chapel. He died on Aug. 2 in Visalia. He was born on Sept. 13, 1920 in Exeter to Ira and Goldie (Morgan) Mowery. He was raised and attended schools in Exeter and graduated from Visalia High School. He served […]

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