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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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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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Edward Oren Keck

A memorial service was held on March 20 at Episcopal Church of the Resurrection in Pleasant Hill, Calif. for Edward Oren Keck. He passed away in San Francisco of congestive heart failure at the age of 50. Cherished husband to Michele Keck for 28 years, and loving father to daughters Abbey Keck and Wendy Keck. […]

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Mary Louise Freeburn

Funeral services were held on March 16 in Wyoming for Mary Louise Freeburn, known by family and friends as "Zip," 80, formerly of Exeter. Interment was in the Wheatland Cemetery with military graveside services. She passed away on March 11 in Wyoming. She was born on July 29, 1923 in Sugoinsville, Tenn. The family moved […]

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June Helen Bennett

Services were held on April 9 at Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills for June Helen Bennett, 62, of Woodlake. She passed away at her home on April 4. She was born in Oakland to John and Katherine Williams on June 21, 1941. She was raised in the Concord area and married Kenneth Bennett on Jan. 4, […]

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Norma Lee Harper

Funeral services were held on April 8 for Norma Lee Harper, 65, of Visalia. She departed this life on April 5. She was born on Dec. 9, 1938 in Visalia to James and Opal Freeman. She was raised and attended schools in the Visalia and Venice Hill area. She was introduced to Robert Harper by […]

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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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