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Allen Ishida finishes 1st

By Reggie Ellis Following a crowded primary race for District 1 Supervisor, two farmers remain standing to face off in the November general election. Citrus farmer Allen Ishida of Lindsay led the pack garnering 31.4 percent of the vote. Peach farmer Frank "Bud" Pinkham of Exeter came in second with 28.86 percent of the vote. […]

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School Board extends bid date for EUHS track

By Nancy Gutierrez In a special meeting of the Exeter Union High School District board, the bid deadline for a new all-weather track at Exeter Union High School was extended. In January EUHS received a $312,000 donation from the Exeter Community Health Fund to build an all season track for Monarch stadium. At the time […]

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Frank L. "Tack" Hammer

Graveside services for Frank L. "Tack" Hammer, 86, of Lindsay were held on March 8 at Lindsay-Strathmore Cemetery. He died on Feb. 29. He was born in Lindsay on Oct. 15, 1917. He was a life-long resident of Lindsay. He attended Lindsay High School. He married Madine E. Smith on Feb. 14, 1937 in Lindsay. […]

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Guy R. Parker, Jr.

A memorial service was held on March 6 at Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom Hall in Tulare for Guy R. Parker, Jr., 54, of Tulare. He died on Feb. 24. He is survived by his wife, Sherry Parker of Tulare; two sons, Robert Parker and Silas Parker both of Tulare; daughter-in-law, Melissa Parker; his mother, Lois Parker […]

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Migrant education seeks direct funding

By Nancy Gutierrez The Migrant Education program in the Lindsay Unified School District is in the process of pursuing funding directly from the state. Currently funds for migrant education are given to the state by the federal government. The state then distributes money to regional areas comprised of one or more counties The counties then […]

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Larry Neil Smith

A celebration of life service was held at the First Baptist Church in Lindsay for Larry Neil Smith, 61, of Visalia. He went home to be with His Lord on Feb. 28. He was born in Strathmore on July 5, 1942 to Cleo and Mary Lou Smith. He was raised on his family's farm in […]

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LUSD starts parent group

By Nancy Gutierrez The Lindsay Unified School District has started a parent group called Special Parents with Special Kids. Director of Pupil Services Suzzane Terrill said the program is open to any parent who feels they have a child with special needs whether that be an identified disability or a struggle with school work. "The […]

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Torres surprises at State Tourney

By Tom Price Jr. One Exeter wrestler was unable to shake and old foe and another had higher ranked competitors shaking their heads with a stunning performance Friday and Saturday at the California State Championships in Bakersfield. Anthony Torres fought his way into medal contention in the 125-pound weight class from an out-bracket position and […]

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