Margaret May Scott

Born in Thomas, Okla. to Edmond and Mary (Rodgers) Stevenson on April 1, 1922, she passed away on Sunday, Oct. 23, 2005 at her home in Exeter at the age of 82. Margaret came to Exeter at the age [...]

Woodlake lands municipal airport deal

By Reggie Ellis Woodlake now has a municipal airport. Escrow closed on Oct. 12 for the City of Woodlake's purchase of the 84-acre airport just south of the city from Budget Hoes Inc. and [...]

Tricia's Tragedy

By Reggie Ellis Tricia D'Orazio was a model student athlete with the looks of a model. The competitive swimmer was graceful gliding through the water, just walking on campus or guiding a [...]

Lindsay fast tracks sports/rec center

By C.J. Barbre It's already in the works. OK, five months have passed since Lindsay City Council members and some staff stopped by Chelsea Piers in New York City and thought, ‘What a [...]

Back to the Future

By C.J. Barbre You’ve seen the movie. Marty takes off in a DeLorean/time machine to save Doc from being killed by terrorists, back to the vibrant community his parents lived in as teenagers [...]

F'ville gives animal laws more bite

By Reggie Ellis The Farmersville City Council will consider heavy fines for animal control violations at its meeting on Oct. 24. City Manager Renee Miller said the owner of an out-of-control [...]

Vivian Earlene Kirkman Beattie

Vivian Earlene Kirkman Beattie, descendent of an Exeter area pioneer family, and a long-time resident of Tulare County, died on Oct. 16, 2005 in Fresno at the age of 84, after a long illness. [...]

Michael Santino Maniscalco

Born in Hanford, Calif. to Anthony Sr. and Maria Maniscalco on Sept. 10, 1965, Michael Santino Maniscalco passed away at his home in Fresno on Oct. 11, 2005 at the age of 40. Michael grew up in [...]

David Perumean

Born in Downey, Calif. on July 4, 1916, David Perumean, passed away in Porterville, on Oct. 10, 2005, at the age of 89. He grew up in the southern California area and had come to Tulare County [...]

Richard Louis Schipper

Richard Louis Schipper died Oct. 10, 2005 at the age of 83. He was born in Phoenix, Ariz. in 1922. He was a resident of Lindsay for 15 years. He was a furniture upholsterer for 60 years. He was a [...]