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Robert Earl Moser

Rober Earl Moser was born to Milford and Venita Moser on May 30, 1932 in Vernon, Okla. He passed away at Kaweah Delta Hospital on July 15, 2004 at the age of 72. He came to Tulare County with his family at an early age. Robert served during the Korean Conflict in the Army and […]

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Back to Iraq

By Carolyn Barbre Eddie "Bryan" Rojas decided in 1990 that the Army could offer him a job, security, and a bright future that otherwise might not be available. Three weeks after graduating Lindsay High School he joined up. Fourteen years later, the 32-year-old staff sergeant said he hasn't changed his mind, even though he's heading […]

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Onesimo H. Esparza

Mass of Christian burial was held for Onesimo H. Esparza, 69, of Lindsay on July 14 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Lindsay. He was buried at the Lindsay-Strathmore Cemetery. He was born to Jesus and Romana Esparza on Feb. 16, 1935 in Brownsville, Texas. He married Emma Esparza in 1957. The two moved to […]

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Susanna W. Holve

Memorial services for Susanna W. Holve, 102, of Fresno were held July 19 at the First Presbyterian Church of Lindsay. Rev. Thomas O. Elson officiated. There was a private family interment. She died on Jul 14 at her home in Fresno. She was born on Dec. 1, 1901 in Austria-Hungary, which was later split into […]

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Gladys Hood Chabre

Gladys Hood Chabre was born in New Mexico on Dec. 24, 1912. She passed away on July 12, in the late evening and she is now blessedly at peace in afterlife. She was a devoted Christian and should be in heaven by now. She was a remarkable woman. Born in New Mexico and raised in […]

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Venessa Yolanda Perezchica

Chapel Services for Venessa Yolanda Perezchica, 45, of Lindsay are being held at 3p.m. on Wednesday, July 21 at Peers Lorenzen Funeral Chapel, 132 W. Kern Ave., Tulare, CA. She died on July 17. She was born in Visalia, Calif. and was employed with Charter Communications in Porterville for several years. Most recently she had […]

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Sudden Oak Death spreads through state

By Nancy Gutierrez In 1995 residents of Mill Valley in Marin County observed large numbers of tanoak trees dying. At the same time, reports from Santa Cruz and Monterey counties confirm the deaths of more tanoaks. Nine years, 19 states and millions of dollars later Sudden Oak Death (SOD) is spreading in epidemic proportions. The […]

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Classics in the Park

The Exeter Cultural Arts Council's (ECAC) first attempt at organizing a movie night in City Park was a huge success with the showing of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. More than 100 people sat on benches, lawn chairs and blankets to eat pizza and popcorn while watching the 1960s family classic on Thursday night, July 15. […]

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Still going Strong

By Reggie Ellis The old man stopped his wheelchair and looked over wheat fields stretching as far as the eye could see - but his mind's eye could see much further. As he stared at the painting he gazed past the field and recalled a fishing hole he was fond of as a boy concealed […]

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