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Redith R. Weems

Chapel services were held on Jan. 30 for Redith R. Weems, 88, of Exeter. Burial followed at the Exeter District Cemetery. She passed away on Jan. 27. She was born in Macomb, Mo. on March 13, 1915 to D. and Rebecca Caudle. She was raised in Missouri, coming to Exeter in 1945 where she married […]

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Barbara Jean Gettman

Per her request, no services will be held and private burial will be in the Visalia Cemetery for Barbara Jean Gettman, 76, of Visalia. She passed away on Jan. 29. She was born in Omaha, Neb. on March 7, 1927. She was raised as a missionary child, having lived in several areas of the world. […]

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James Albert Rommel

Graveside services for James Albert Rommel, 78, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 6 at Exeter District Cemetery with military honors. He passed away Jan. 31 in Palo Alto, Calif. Born in San Francisco to Albert and Alice Rommel on Jan. 28, 1926, Mr. Rommel was raised in Southern California and served in […]

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Family changes testimony

By Reggie Ellis In a bazaar turn of events, family witnesses did a 180 on their previous testimony regarding an Exeter man accused of killing his father over a $10 VCR last July. At a Jan. 28 preliminary hearing for Edward Cummings, 36, of Exeter, both his son and mother testified that they lied to […]

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Council says goodbye to Chace; welcomes Kunkel

By Reggie Ellis Twenty-six years after attending his first Exeter City Council meeting, Roy Chace attended his last on Jan. 27. "It was the second meeting in January 1978," Chace said. "I had just been hired as the city's finance director with a 3-2 vote." Although the vote was split, the decision turned out to […]

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Court decision may save farm water

By Reggie Ellis Agriculture scored its fist victory in the war against environmentalist invasions of water rights after a federal claims court judge recently ruled that the federal government may have to pay irrigators for water supplies taken to save endangered fish. The ruling is actually a second opinion on Judge John Paul Wiese's 2001 […]

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John Carl Merritt

A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 6 for John Carl Merritt, 63, of Exeter at Exeter Presbyterian Church, 200 S. E St., Exeter. He died peacefully at his home on Jan. 29 after a brave four-year battle with a brain tumor. He was born on Oct. 29, 1940 in […]

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Kelli Ann Smalley

Funeral services were held on Feb. 3 for Kelli Ann Smalley, 40, of Exeter. She passed away on Jan. 28 after an illness. She was born on Nov. 7, 1963 in Orange, Calif. She is survived by her two children, U.S. Army Specialist David Quintero, 19, currently of Fort Bliss, Texas and Amber Quintero, 18 […]

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Redith R. Weems

Chapel services were held on Jan. 30 for Redith R. Weems, 88, of Exeter. Burial followed at the Exeter District Cemetery. She passed away on Jan. 27. She was born in Macomb, Mo. on March 13, 1915 to D. and Rebecca Caudle. She was raised in Missouri, coming to Exeter in 1945 where she married […]

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Barbara Jean Gettman

Per her request, no services will be held and private burial will be in the Visalia Cemetery for Barbara Jean Gettman, 76, of Visalia. She passed away on Jan. 29. She was born in Omaha, Neb. on March 7, 1927. She was raised as a missionary child, having lived in several areas of the world. […]

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