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Ruth N. Christopher

Graveside funeral services for Ruth N. Christopher, 87, were held on May 7 at the Exeter District Cemetery. She died on May 1 in Camarillo, Calif. She was born in Belle, Mo. to Robert and Lula Mae Newbound. She married Stanley Christopher in 1947 and the couple moved to Exeter in 1952. The couple owned […]

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William F. Smith

Graveside services for William "Bill" Smith, 75, of Farmersville were held on May 10 at the Exeter Cemetery. He died on May 2 in a Fresno hospital. He was born in Oklahoma to Jerry and Allie Smith on June 6, 1929. He was raised in Oklahoma and moved to Woodlake area in 1959 and later […]

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Mary Wells Price

Visitation for Mary Wells Price, 37, of Exeter will be held from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 12 at Evans-Miller Funeral Chapel. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. on Thursday, May 13 at the Exeter District Cemetery. She died on May 6 in Exeter. She was born on June 15, 1967.

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Hilarides holds open house

By Carolyn Barbre Lindsay not only has new a state-of-the-art dairy, it also has a fabulous new tourist attraction and educational facility all rolled into one. On Saturday, May 8, all the parking spaces were filled and cars were lining the long drive into Hilarides Dairy at 24163 Road 188 in Lindsay for its open […]

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Migrant Photography Project broadens purpose

By Carolyn Barbre The Migrant Photography Project name is confusing to some, because they are embracing much more of the arts than just photography. As was previously reported, they have leased the old Lindsay Gazette building at 140 W. Honolulu St. and are calling it a community center or Centro Comunitario. At the April 20 […]

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Lindsay receives $500,000 CDBG grant

By Carolyn Barbre Assembly District 34 will be receiving Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) in the amount of $2.5 million. The grant funding is part of the Department of Housing and Community Development's continued efforts to expand housing, community development, and economic development opportunities of all Californians. The allocated funds are to be used specifically […]

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Ralph S. Stanley

A Graveside service for Ralph S. Stanley, 91, of Lindsay was held on May 6 at Lindsay-Strathmore Cemetery. He died on April 29 at Selma Community Hospital. He was born on April 30, 1912 in Quinter, Kan. He married Dorothy Grace Carter on June 1, 1930 in Los Angeles. He was a resident of Lindsay […]

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