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Want the full versions of articles or more information about our weekly and bi-weekly columnists? Check out their websites. Notes from Home by Trudy Wischemann Creed Screed by Paul Leavens Rite Now by David Pikop Mind Your Manners by Tiffany Nielsen of Premiere Etiquette Steadfast by Mo Montgomery of Black Cat Cottage Creature Comfort by […]

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Hermila Marquez

Visitation will be held from 2-6 p.m., Thursday, June 21, followed by a Rosary at 6 p.m., at Evans Miller Guinn Chapel for Hermila Marquez of Lindsay. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m., Friday, June 22 also at the Chapel. Burial will be in the Exeter District Cemetery. She passed away June 18 […]

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Ellen M. Patty

Services were held June 18 at Smith Family Chapel in Exeter for Ellen M. Patty. She passed away June 13 in Visalia. Ellen was born Dec. 5, 1924 in Havelock, Neb. to John and Bessie Rocker. Condolences may be made at smithfamilychapel.com. Arrangements under the direction of Smith Family Chapel.

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F’ville to peel gate off E. Citrus

By Reggie Ellis As Farmersville Unified School District’s school year winds to a close this week, the issue of whether or not to open E. Citrus St. may have finally reached a conclusion. Farmersville City Manager Renee Miller said the gate blocking through traffic at the east of E. Citrus at Freedom Elementary School will […]

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Woodlake hires two new positions with nearly balanced budget

By Reggie Ellis The City of Woodlake has big plans for 2012-13 but their budget won’t feel most of it. Overall, Woodlake’s General Fund budget increased 11% to $2.6 million, smaller than the budget’s proposed the last two years but larger than the actual expended by the end of those years. Despite the increase, there […]

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A Night of Reflection

By Brian J. Archuleta As the sun set over Twilight Park, inside the park it was the bright futures of every young man and woman who was about to officially graduate from Woodlake High School, that shined brighter than the setting sun. A night that usually focuses on the future became a night focused on […]

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Columnists

Want the full versions of articles or more information about our weekly and bi-weekly columnists? Check out their websites. Notes from Home by Trudy Wischemann Creed Screed by Paul Leavens Rite Now by David Pikop Mind Your Manners by Tiffany Nielsen of Premiere Etiquette Steadfast by Mo Montgomery of Black Cat Cottage Creature Comfort by […]

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