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Eugene Morphis

Graveside Funeral Services for Eugene Morphis, 79, of Exeter were held on Oct. 14 at the Visalia District Cemetery. He died on Oct. 9 in Visalia. He was born in Pottsville, Ark. on April 21, 1925 to Odom and Lola Morphis. He entered the US Army in 1943, during World War II. After his discharge […]

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Leo Voss

Services for Leo Voss will be on Wednesday, Oct. 20 at 10 a.m. at New Life Assembly of God Church, Palm at B St., Exeter. Visitation was on Oct. 19 at Smith Family Chapel. He was born to Ada Story and Morris on June 12, 1915 in Pope County, Ark. He came to Tulare County […]

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Liandra Martinez

Graveside service for Liandra Martinez, 74, of Exeter will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 20 at 2 p.m. at Exeter District Cemetery. Visitation was on Oct. 19 at Evans-Miller Exeter Chapel. She died on Oct. 15 in Exeter. She was born on February 2, 1930 in El Cuero, Texas and was a homemaker. Arrangements were […]

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Margaret Freed Claussen

A Memorial Service for Margaret Freed Claussen, 92, of Visalia was held on Oct. 16 at 2 p.m. at First United Methodist Church in Orange, Calif. She died on Sept. 20 in Visalia. She was born in 1912 in Pender, Neb. In 1931 she married Otto Claussen and moved to Garden Grove, Calif. They shared […]

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Robert Haro

A Mass of Christian Burial for Robert Haro, 73, of Farmersville was held on Oct. 8 at St. Mary's Catholic Church of Visalia. Burial is at the Woodlake District Cemetery. He died on Oct. 1 in Visalia. He was born in San Bernardino on Feb. 22, 1931 to Juan and Alice Haro. His family came […]

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Russ G. Carmon

A Celebration of Life Service was held for Russ G. Carmon on Oct. 9 at the Visalia Elks Lodge. He died on Oct. 3. He was born on Aug. 5, 1933 in Canadian, Okla. He attended school there and served in the Marine Corps during the Korean War. He came to Tulare County in 1962 […]

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Helping agency seeks community help

By C.J. Barbre It was a quiet, but urgent voice in a room full of women at the Myers Businesswomen's Luncheon on Wednesday, Sept. 9. "The [Lindsay-Strathmore] Coordinating Council is in trouble. It may not be much longer at its present location. That would affect a lot of people," said Teresa Serna who donates time […]

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'People can't live where there is no water'

By Reggie Ellis As a member of the Friant Water Users Authority - that distributes water via the Friant-Kern Canal to eastern San Joaquin Valley farms, cities and businesses - the Lindsay-Strathmore Irrigation District may be one of the most affected by a federal judge's recent ruling. Water flows through the canal like an artery […]

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