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Kindergarten registration coming soon

Frances Holdbrooks, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and instruction at Lindsay Unified School District has announced the dates for registering new kindergarten students for the 2004-2005 school year. "Washington and Jefferson schools will be offering a Dual Immersion Program this year. Students will be placed in the program, and in their neighborhood schools on a first […]

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Company offers to privatize County Library

By Carolyn Barbre Library Systems and Services, LLC, which goes by the acronym LSSI, a private company based in Germantown, Md., has submitted a proposal to the county stating that it can operate county libraries more cheaply and efficiently while offering more hours of service. The company claimed it could keep the county's 15 libraries […]

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LHS class of 1964 reunites

The 40th reunion for the Lindsay High School Class of 1964 is being planned for May 14-16. Help is needed to locate the following graduates. Dale Brookey, Doyle Byrd, Bob Carter, Mary Ellen Cabello Coleman, Doris Danforth, Kathleen Davis, Suzanne Devine, Mike Galloway, Richard Galloway, Eugene Gott, Dave Gusman, Kay Hilden Heinmiller, Fred Howard, Richard […]

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Travel through Time

By Reggie Ellis It has been more than a century since H.G. Wells wrote "The Time Machine," a story about a scientist who builds a contraption to travel forward and back through the fourth dimension -- time. No one has developed such a machine but the Courthouse Gallery of the Arts acts as its own […]

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Kay Hannah

Graveside services were held on Thursday, April 8 at the Visalia Cemetery for Kay Hannah, 72. She died on April 3 after a lengthy bout with cancer, which she bore with courage to the end. She is now with her Savior and Lord Jesus Christ in Heaven, for the Bible says "absent from the body […]

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Privatizing County Libraries proposed

By Carolyn Barbre Library Systems and Services, LLC, which goes by the acronym LSSI, a private company based in Germantown, Md., has submitted a proposal to the county stating that it can operate county libraries more cheaply and efficiently while offering more hours of service. The company claimed it could keep the county's 15 libraries […]

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Katy Louise Wescoatt

Funeral services were held on March 27 in Guymon, Okla. for Katy Louise Wescoatt, 22, formerly of Exeter. She passed away on March 20 in Ponca City, Okla. as the result of an accident. She was born on Nov. 17, 1981 in Exeter where she lived before moving to Fort Wayne, Ind. and then to […]

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