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Lloyd S. King "Pop King"

A celebration of Life for Lloyd S. King was held on Nov. 1 at Smith Family Chapel. Lloyd Sterling King went home to be with his Lord and Savior on Oct. 28. He was born on Oct. 11, 1920 to Dennis and Mattie Robinson King in Newton County, Ark. Following his graduation from Mansfield High […]

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City is going for the Gold

By C.J. Barbre Lindsay is nothing if not optimistic, and rightfully so. The city's history of grant getting is legendary. And nothing succeeds like success. At the Oct. 26 Lindsay City Council meeting three resolutions were passed to apply for grant funds for sporting spaces including a $1 million grant for construction and development of […]

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California's economic evolution

By C.J. Barbre Dan Walters has been in the journalism trenches for more than 40 years, virtually all of it in the Central Valley. From the Hanford Sentinel to the Sacramento Bee he's seen and written about it all. Walters addressed the Training and Employment Association (TEA) Summit meeting at the Holiday Inn in Visalia […]

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Ann Ramage

A public celebration of life will be announced for Ann Ramage, 79. A private burial will be at the Lindsay Cemetery. She died on Oct. 18 in Visalia. She was born in Lindsay to Ernest and Hulda Rogers on May 4, 1925. She grew up in Lindsay and graduated from Lindsay Union High School in […]

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John Drnek

John Drnek, born in 1915, passed away Oct. 11 after a long illness. He and his wife Isabel, who were originally from Indiana, owned and operated Nu-Way Cleaners in Lindsay from 1957 to 1977, after moving to California from Colorado. Four years ago the Drneks relocated to the Los Angeles area to be near their […]

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Pinkham, Ishida debate

While not nearly as pointed as the District 3 debate, District 1 Supervisor candidates Bud Pinkham and Alan Ishida touched all of the issues important to eastern Tulare County such as urban sprawl, public safety, health care, roads and economic growth. In their opening statements, both Ishida and Pinkham said their No. 1 priority was […]

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EPD Blues

By Nancy Gutierrez Current and former police officers from the Exeter Police Department gathered at the Exeter Memorial Building Thursday, Oct. 21 to celebrate the career of retiring officer Rick Grimsley and wish him luck on his future endeavors. Officers could not hold back tears as many shared memories of working with Grimsley and presented […]

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Beyond Potholes

By C.J. Barbre Carol Whiteside, president of the Great Valley Center, addressed a crowd of about 100 at the Training and Employment Association Summit (TEA) in Visalia on Oct. 14. According to the program blurb, "The Great Valley Center was established to promote the economic, social and environmental well-being of California's Central Valley." "Our big […]

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California's economic evolution

By C.J. Barbre Dan Walters has been in the journalism trenches for more than 40 years, virtually all of it in the Central Valley. From the Hanford Sentinel to the Sacramento Bee he's seen and written about it all. Walters addressed the Training and Employment Association (TEA) Summit meeting at the Holiday Inn in Visalia […]

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Juan Cortez Sr.

A graveside service for Juan Cortez Sr., 81, of Visalia was held on Oct. 18. He died on Oct. 9 in Visalia. He was born on June 24, 1923 in Coahuila, Mexico. He worked as a farm laborer and resided in Visalia. Burial was at the Exeter District Cemetery. Arrangements were under the direction of […]

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