Deborah Louise Cline

A celebration of life was held on Jan. 17 for Deborah Louise Cline, 39, of Visalia. She was born in Eugene, Ore. where she was raised; thereafter she spent the remainder of her life in [...]

Jeanne Louise Struve Chandler

Memorial services are pending for Jeanne Louise Struve Chandler, 82, who lived in the Visalia area for half a century. She died peacefully surrounded by her four children on Jan. 14, after [...]

Evelyn Sue Cannon

Funeral services for Evelyn Sue Cannon, 65, of Grovespring, Mo. were held on Jan. 28 in Missouri. She died on Jan. 24. She is survived by two sons, Wayne and his wife, Theresa Cannon of [...]

Man killed stealing police cruiser

By Carolyn Barbre What do you do if a shirtless bug-eyed guy covered in tattoos and waving a gun demands your car keys? No doubt exactly what Jeremy Jennings, 20, did when it happened to him last [...]

Would you just look at Lindsay!

By Carolyn Barbre Over the years the city has adopted a number of slogans including "Lindsay, the Friendly City," posted at the entry to downtown. "I believe in Lindsay" [...]

Romero gets life in prison

By Reggie Ellis Two and a half years after an Exeter woman was heinously murdered, her family and friends finally saw justice complete its slow turn to come full circle. On Jan. 13, Judge Patrick [...]

Fit For A King

By Nancy Gutierrez Close to 400 people piled into the Memorial Building Sunday for the Tulare Historical Society's monthly meeting or at least to listen to the society's special guests, [...]

Exeter district down to one ambulance

By Reggie Ellis The Exeter District Ambulance board voted unanimously to leave three full-time EMT positions vacant until the district's financial situation improves at its Jan. 15 meeting. [...]

Arthur Raymond "Ray" Carter

Graveside services were held on Jan. 2 for Arthur Raymond "Ray" Carter, 73, of Hemet, Calif., formerly of Lindsay, at Riverside National Cemetery in Hemet. He died on Dec. 28. He was [...]

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