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Syble M. (Cates) Hollingsworth

Graveside services are scheduled for 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 7 for Syble M. "Cates" Hollingsworth, 85, of Visalia at the Visalia District Cemetery. She died on Jan.1. She was born on April 7, 1918 in Wagoner, Okla where she attended school. She married John Cates and the couple came to California in 1952. Survivors […]

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Shining Moment

By Tom Price Jr. Flung from his hand with determination, UCLA quarterback Drew Olson launched a football into the throat of the Fresno State Bulldog defense. This was the pass that was to keep alive their hopes of a Silicon Valley Classic Bowl victory and erase more than three quarters of offensive football that sent […]

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Hestol A. Gallian

Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 7 for Hestol A. Gallian, 85, of Ivanhoe at the Exeter District Cemetery. She died on Jan. 1. She was born in Lauderdale County, Ala. on Sept. 21, 1918. She was a homemaker. She is survived by three sons, Terry Gallian of Tulare, Larry […]

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Cardinals hope to keep momentum after quick start

By Tom Price Jr. For Lindsay boy's basketball coach Don Perales it's like starting all over again. The Cardinals who started the season 8-2 will end a two week holiday vacation by playing two games this week. The games against Farmersville and Granite Hills will go a long way in determining the momentum at which […]

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Shining Moment

By Tom Price Jr. Flung from his hand with determination, UCLA quarterback Drew Olson launched a football into the throat of the Fresno State Bulldog defense. This was the pass that was to keep alive their hopes of a Silicon Valley Classic Bowl victory and erase more than three quarters of offensive football that sent […]

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Girls rely on defense

Tom Price Jr. Defense is the name of the game for the Lindsay Cardinals girl's soccer team this year. Surging forward with a record of 6-4-1, the Cardinals look to be overcoming the loss of many key players from last year's team that went 7-3 in league. "Right now, considering the team we lost last […]

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Momentum building for Exeter after tournament

By Tom Price Jr. Just when it seemed like the Exeter Monarchs boy's basketball team had no answers for their struggles, the team turned it around in the Polly Wilhelmsen Tournament in Visalia. Before the tournament Exeter coach Jim Mitchell complained that the team had no patience and wasn't orchestrating the offense like he had […]

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School supplies getting low

By Nancy Gutierrez "I've really seen a change [at school] in the last 15-16 years. I remember when I was at Wilson we had a $1,000 budget for the year to buy copies and workbooks and class books with," Lincoln Elementary School teacher Diana Lemus said. "At Lincoln we had $200 available now we have […]

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Monarchs get healthy

By Tom Price Jr. The fact that the Exeter Monarchs girl's soccer team is 6-6-1 to start the season may be a miracle. They have suffered through injuries and sickness that plagued the team so bad that they had to call up junior varsity players to field a team. "I have been really happy with […]

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