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Roy Dean Filcher

Private services were held for Roy Dean Filcher, 93, of Three Rivers. He died on June 15 in Visalia. He was born in Berkeley, Calif. on December 28, 1910. He graduated from Corcoran High School in 1928. He was a college graduate of University of California, Berkeley in 1936. He served in the armed services […]

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Richard Charles Robinson

Graveside services for Richard Charles Robinson, 68, of Farmersville will be held at 2 p.m. on June 23, at the Exeter Cemetery. He died on June 19 at Kaweah Delta Hospital. He was born in Dennison, Texas to Louis and Ethel Robinson on July 4, 1935. He came to California settling at Tagus Ranch and […]

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Lindsay gets $2.4 mil for downtown upgrades

By Tom Price Jr. Tulare County Association of Governments (TCAG) approved Monday the awarding of more than $2.4 million to the City of Lindsay for programs geared to rejuvenate its downtown. The funds are part of the Transportation Enhancement Activities (TEA) projects which will provide more than $4.6 million to Tulare County cities for projects […]

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Mexican trucks to deliver throughout the U.S.

By Carolyn Barbre A dozen farmers enjoyed a lively discussion about a recent Supreme Court ruling over their eggs and waffles at the June meeting of the Lindsay Lighthouse Farm Network 7 a.m. breakfast meeting last week at the Olive Tree Restaurant. The topic, which should be of concern to all Valley residents, was the […]

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'Let there be less light'

By Carolyn Barbre You hear the buzz, that Springville has become a mecca for amateur astronomers. It now has five observatories, and a sixth will soon be built. It is home to a small but active club called the Tule River Amateur Astronomers. Then there is a public notice that the public is invited to […]

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Frank C. Rector

Graveside services for Frank C. Rector, 86, of Visalia were held on June 16 at Lindsay-Strathmore Cemetery and officiated by Reverend Dennis Mackey. He died on June 12 at Kaweah Delta District Hospital. He was born on October 22, 1917 in Wallace, Idaho. He was raised in Lovell, Wyo. He then moved to Billings, Mont. […]

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Quarry's solid report crushes criticisms

By Reggie Ellis Balancing industrial and agricultural resources is never easy, especially when you are talking about aggregate deposits and the rivers and streams that run past them. In order to keep construction affordable future aggregate will have to be secured, as long as it does not damage the waterways that irrigate some of the […]

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Linda Diane Katz

A mass was held for Linda Diane Katz, 55, of Lindsay on June 10 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church of Lindsay officiated by Reverend Alex Ignacio. She died on June 5 at California Pacific Medical Center and will be buried in Lindsay-Strathmore Cemetery. She was born on Aug. 3, 1948 in Compton, Calif. She married […]

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Reagan visited Exeter in 1964

By Reggie Ellis Millions of Americans watched last Friday as former President Ronald Wilson Reagan's funeral services took place at Washington National Cathedral. As heads of state and international leaders paid their respects before he was laid to rest, some Exeter residents remember witnessing the beginning of Reagan's political ascension to become the 40th leader […]

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