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'King of California' authors hold book signing in Exeter

By Reggie Ellis No man single-handedly dictated the future of the Central Valley's landscape more than James Griffin Boswell II. The Cotton King from Kings County is a conundrum. Is he a philanthropic farmer whose innovations and vision ensured employment for hundreds of hungry workers? Or, is he an agri-business baron whose hunger for land […]

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State provides schools with attendance funds

By Nancy Gutierrez The state is providing a remedy for schools with decreased average daily attendance due to the flu. In November and December cases of influenza were diagnosed in epidemic proportions across the nation. This season brought a new strain that hit children and the elderly hard. Absences in schools increased dramatically. Superintendent of […]

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David Lloyd Smith

Graveside services were held on Jan. 9 for David Lloyd Smith, 57, of Exeter at the Exeter District Cemetery with military honors by VVA #441, Tulare County. He passed away at his home on Jan. 4. He was born in Seattle, Wash. on Jan. 14, 1946 to Lloyd and Willa Smith. He came to Exeter […]

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Back to School

By Nancy Gutierrez For many adults the new year is filled with resolutions to lose weight or quit smoking, but some adults and parents in Lindsay have resolved to change their lives and the lives of their family through extended education. Interim Principal at J.J Cairns Continuation High School David Reisinger estimated that more than […]

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Donnie Lentz

A memorial service for Donnie Lentz, 37, of Kingsland, Texas, formerly of Exeter, will be held at a later date. He passed away on Jan. 2 in Texas. He was born in Orange, Calif. on Dec. 3, 1966. He was raised and educated in Exeter and graduated from Exeter Union High School in 1985. He […]

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Major crackdown made on Lindsay drug trade

By Carolyn Barbre A gaggle of school children stood on the corner of Honolulu Street and Mirage Avenue at about 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 7 watching a small sheriff's chopper circle and circle overhead slightly to the north. At the same time about 120 officers from 15 different local, state and federal agencies simultaneously […]

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Lorraine F. Johnson Holaday

At her request private graveside services were held for Lorraine F. Johnson Holaday, 93, of Exeter, in the Tulare Cemetery next to her husband. She was born on Oct. 23, 1910 in Visalia to Robert B. Johnson and Anna Elizabeth Clore Johnson. Her parents, and her late husband, Leroy C. Holaday, and his parents were […]

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Birth of Modern Irrigation celebrated

By Carolyn Barbre The gorgeous renaissance style mural, "The Birth of Modern Irrigation" by world renowned muralist and portrait artist Wei Luan was dedicated on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 10, one of these incredibly beautiful California blue sky winter days. The only hitch was it was difficult to pull people away from the fountain area in […]

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Naida Phelps

She entered into rest on Jan. 6 in Exeter. She is a former resident of San Jose. She was the beloved wife of Gene Phelps, mother of Doug and Darrel, proud grandmother of Robert, Douglas, Darrell, Jr. and Dakota. She was the dearly loved daughter of Della. She was 60 years young and loved by […]

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'King of California' authors come to Exeter

By Reggie Ellis No man single-handedly dictated the future of the Central Valley's landscape more than James Griffin Boswell II. The Cotton King from Kings County is a conundrum. Is he a philanthropic farmer whose innovations and vision ensured employment for hundreds of hungry workers? Or, is he an agri-business baron whose hunger for land […]

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