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Alonzo Calvin Burgin

Alonzo Calvin Burgin was born in Fleetwood, Okla. to Emmitt and Eva Burgin on Sept. 19, 1925. He passed away at his home in Visalia on Sept. 12 at the age of 78. He served his country during World War II in the Navy. He married Alta Mae Tolbert in Las Vegas, Nev. on May […]

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Bobbie Lou Tyler

Graveside service for Bobbie Lou Tyler, 60, of Exeter was held on Sept. 14 at the Exeter Cemetery. She died on Sept. 10 after a yearlong battle with Cancer at her home in Exeter. She was born in Mena, Ark. to Francis and Beulah Gammill on Feb. 11, 1944. She married Ken Tyler in Nevada […]

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Jack Watkins

A graveside service for Jack Watkins, 80, was held on Wednesday, Aug. 25 at the Exeter Cemetery. He died on Aug. 22 at the Kaweah Delta Hospital in Visalia. He was born near Tulsa, Okla. to J.S. and Daisy Watkins on Dec. 29, 1923. He was raised in Oklahoma and came to the Woodlake area […]

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Sherman “Butch” Peck III

Private services for Sherman "Butch" Peck III, 64, of Woodlake were held. He died on Aug. 18 in Visalia. He was born in Exeter on April 21, 1940 to Sherman Peck II and Edith Fultz-Peck. He loved to ride motorcycles, play the guitar and watch football, especially his favorite team, the 49ers. He was preceded […]

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Michael W. Johnson

Services for Michael W. Johnson, 52, of Exeter were held on Sept. 3 at Evens-Miller Exeter Chapel. He died on Aug. 31 in Exeter. Michael was the son of William and Dorris (Dodson) Johnson. He was born on Sept. 11, 1951 in Oxnard, Calif. where he was raised and educated. He graduated from Channel Island […]

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Waterman stays in the black

Waterman Industries, Inc. announced last week that it has had six consecutive months of positive cash flow since entering Chapter 11 on Feb. 10 to resolve its $19.3 million debt. Waterman Industries, Inc. and an affiliate company, Waterman Industries Sales, Inc. each filed separate Chapter 11 proceedings - where the company maintains control during a […]

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Weapon of Mass Destruction

By Reggie Ellis Michael Moore's movie, "Fahrenheit 9/11," has become one of the most powerful weapons to burning Bush's chances at re-election. Since being released nationwide on June 25, the independent film has stoked the fires of Republican opposition and dominated much of the discussion in crucial months of the campaign season. So how do […]

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A Stitch Lost In Time

By C.J. Barbre Letha Cooke took an immediate interest in assisting Visalia's newest immigrants more than two decades ago. The connection might have been because her husband, Dave, was born in Southwest China to missionary parents. "Basically in Visalia there are four tribal groups, the Mien, Hmong, Lahu and Lal," she said seated in the […]

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Robert Esparza

A Mass for Robert Esparza, 44, was held on Sept. 3 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Lindsay. A Rosary was held on Sept. 2. Burial is in Lindsay-Strathmore Cemetery. He died on Aug. 27. He was born in Brownsville, Texas and resided there. He was a truck driver for five years and he was […]

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Weapon of Mass Destruction

By Reggie Ellis Michael Moore's movie, "Fahrenheit 9/11," has become one of the most powerful weapons to burning Bush's chances at re-election. Since being released nationwide on June 25, the independent film has stoked the fires of Republican opposition and dominated much of the discussion in crucial months of the campaign season. So how do […]

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