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Verlon E. Thomas

At his request, there will be no services for Verlon E. Thomas of Visalia. He passed away Aug. 30 in Visalia at the age of 73. Verlon was born Dec. 31, 1938 in White County, Ark. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.evansmillerguinnchapel.com. Services entrusted to Evans Miller Guinn Chapel.  

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Francisco Soto

The Holy Rosary was prayed Aug. 29 at Webb Sanders Funeral Home and Mass of Christian Burial was said Aug. 30 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church for Francisco Soto of Lodi. Interment will follow the Mass and will be at Lindsay Strathmore Public Cemetery. He passed away Aug. 22. Webb Sanders Funeral Home is in […]

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Bill Coats

Graveside funeral services will be held at 1 p.m., Friday, Sept. 7, at the Visalia District Cemetery for Bill Coats of Visalia. He passed away Aug. 30 in Visalia at the age of 78. Bill was born Jan. 27, 1934 in Missouri. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.evansmillerguinnchapel.com. Services entrusted to Evans Miller Guinn Chapel.

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Elsie E. Branstetter

Graveside services were held Sept. 4 at the Exeter District Cemetery for Elsie E. Branstetter of Exeter. She passed away Aug. 28 in Visalia at the age of 91. Elsie was born Dec. 31, 1920 in Mansfield Mo. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.evansmillerguinnchapel.com. Services entrusted to Evans Miller Guinn Chapel.

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Exeter City Council proclaims Sept. 24 is Family Day

Exeter’s City Council is asking local families to step up to the table…. and eat with their families. At the Aug. 14 meeting council members approved a proclamation announcing Sept. 24 as “Family Day- A Day to Eat with Your Children.” The idea stemmed from Community Services Director Felix Ortiz who said that the city […]

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Mouth-Peace

Trumpeting Peace Patriotic and inspirational music will fill Exeter City Park next Tuesday night as part of worldwide celebration of peace and humanity through music. The Tule British Brass Band will perform at 7 p.m. on Sept. 11 as part of “The September Concert.” Greg Crosson, a member of the Tule British Brass Band, said […]

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Strathmore men plead not guilty in murder

A Strathmore man was arraigned last week and another returned to court yesterday in connection with a bizarre beating, burning and cover-up of a Bakersfield man’s murder. Eric Jimenez, 28, of Strathmore, was arraigned on Aug. 23 in connection with the murder of Jorge Luis Nunez Ayon of Bakersfield. Jimenez is being charged with murder, […]

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Sale may put local rail back on track

Tulare County’s effort to preserve its east-side railways finally built up some steam. Genesee & Wyoming Inc. (GWI) announced last month it would acquire RailAmerica for $27.50 per share in cash. RailAmerica owns Exeter-based San Joaquin Valley Railroad which operates the short-line railway from Strathmore to Dinuba. RailAmerica abandoned the east side railway from Strathmore […]

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Sweeter A-peel

A tastier California navel orange will hit the market this season, thanks to seven years of consumer research that has resulted in the all-new California Standard. The California Standard is the new standard by which all California navels will be measured, in an effort to ensure a better navel orange eating experience and better sales […]

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