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Arsonists caught, confess

Over the summer about two dozen grass fires were attributed to arsonists in and around Lindsay. At one of the fires on June 18, Officer Heinks spotted two Hispanic male subjects leaving the scene on mountain bikes. They dumped the bikes and took off on foot into the groves. At approximately 10:30 p.m. on Friday, […]

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Robert Vaughn, Jr.

A visitation for Robert Vaughn, Jr., 71, of Exeter was held on August 4 at Evans-Miller Exeter Chapel. A graveside service was held on August 5 at Exeter District Cemetery. He died on July 31 in Visalia. He was born in Oklahoma City, Okla. on Jan. 29, 1933 and moved to the Exeter area at […]

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From Russia with Love

By C.J. Barbre This is a story you want to come at from the kid's point of view. Sasha is his name, which Kaycie Swenson says translates into Alexander in English. If Sasha is adopted he will move half the world away from most all that is familiar. At age 7 that can be scary, […]

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City has received $47.7 mil in grants since '84

By C.J. Barbre Each year the City of Lindsay is required to review the State CDBG (Community Development Block Grant) and HOME programs and submit Grantee Performance Reports for open grants and Final Grantee Performance Reports for closed grants. At the Lindsay City Council Meeting on July 27, a list of grants received by the […]

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Picaso's Passion

By Carolyn Barbre Move over Rodeo Drive! The lovely ladies of Lindsay have the hottest new boutique and makeup studio north of Melrose, Picaso's Passion at 261 N. Elmwood Ave., two doors south of Virginia's Hair Salon. Proprietor Suzi Picaso, 36, has worked in the cosmetic industry for 16 years, 13 of them for Gottschalks. […]

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Gazette wins award for public service

The Lindsay Gazette took second place in the Public Service category at the California Newspaper Publishers Association's (CNPA) Better Newspapers Contest for 2003. The statewide competition announced winners at its annual convention held on July 17 aboard the Queen Mary in Long Beach. Gazette writer Carolyn Barbre and publisher and editor Reggie Ellis were selected […]

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Royene Louise Gusman

A graveside service for Royene Louise Gusman, 56, of Strathmore was held on Aug. 3 at the Lindsay-Strathmore Cemetery and officiated by Pastor Samuel Estes of First Baptist Church. She died on July 28 at Sierra View District Hospital. She was born on Jan. 14, 1948 in Lindsay. She married Andrew Gusman on Dec. 19, […]

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Thomas Edward Aldrich

Thomas Edward Aldrich, known to his family as "Tommy" and simply "Tom" or "Two Tone" to most others, was killed in a work-related accident Tuesday, July 27 at 6:15 a.m. in Rancho Cordova, Calif. Anyone who met Tom would say he lived each day as though it was his last while on the same note […]

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Exeter man shot 5 times

An ongoing feud between two Exeter men nearly turned fatal. Efrain Oseguera, 21, of Exeter remains in critical but stable condition at Kaweah Delta Hospital after being shot five times during an argument on July 26. At about 7:30 p.m., the Exeter Police Department responded to a report of shots fired. According to Lt. Cliff […]

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