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Orange season was “one of the worst” says Valley trade group

Trade war, small size fruit and flood of imports added up to doom and gloom in 2018 and 2019 produce year By John Lindt Sierra2theSea News Service EXETER – “The 2018-2019 navel orange season will go down in history as one of the worst seasons outside of a major freeze year,” says Exeter-based California Citrus […]

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Visalia site plan review points to a second In-N-Out location

By John Lindt and Paul Myers @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Last week’s news that a site plan review filing included a second In-N-Out confirmed that people are crazy about their burgers. A comment from In-N-Out’s Vice President of Real Estate and Development, Carl Arena, also confirmed the organization is hopeful about a second location in town. […]

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In-N-Out plans second Visalia location

By John Lindt Sierra2theSea News service VISALIA– Popular fast food hamburger chain In-N-Out is planning a new Visalia location on Dinuba Blvd at Riggin according to a site plan review filing by developer Donahue  Schriber. Like the burger chain’s famous double-double itself, In-N-Out will double the number of  restaurants in Visalia adding the north side […]

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Pier 1 Imports to close Visalia store in restructuring

Pier 1 Imports plans to close as many as 145 stores this year as part of corporate restructuring By John Lindt Sierra2theSea News Service VISALIA – After years of staving off corporate closures, recent developments have shown that not even the strong retail economy in Visalia can outperform the overall decline of retail. In April, […]

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Rotary Club proposes tiny homes to shelter homeless

By John Lindt Sierra2theSea News Service VISALIA – A local service club is thinking small when it comes to solutions for homelessness, small homes that is. The Visalia County Center Rotary Club is promoting a micro-housing project headed up by architect Sharon Sheltzer. “We are proposing a ‘tiny home village’ of 24 units that would […]

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New home building permits are up 30% in the first half of 2019

By John Lindt Sierra 2 the Sea news service VISALIA– This spring, economist and Beacon Economics founder Chris Thornburg said the Valley is in need of more housing if they want their economic pie to grow. Fortunately, the number of new home building permits is well on the rise. New home building permits in Visalia […]

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Solar firms heating up in the Valley

Fresno/Kings & Tulare solar farms will supply community-based power providers, more to come By John Lindt Sierra2theSea News Service TULARE COUNTY – More renewable power will be flowing to community-based power providers across the state from new solar and wind farms heading to construction in the San Joaquin Valley. These are typically new customers for […]

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Kaweah Delta looks to expand its horizons in Tulare County

Study presented to hospital’s board suggests district merger with Dinuba, Exeter, Lindsay and Woodlake to expand its boundaries, tax base and revenue By John Lindt  Sierra2theSea News Service VISALIA – A new QK Inc. consultant report requested by Kaweah Delta Healthcare district says some 48% of the hospital’s patients live outside the district and are […]

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CEO of California Dairies, Inc. says he is stepping down

Andrei Mikhalevsky announces he will retire on Dec. 31; search ensues for his successor By John Lindt Sierra2theSea News Service VISALIA – The CEO of Visalia-based California Dairies is stepping down later this year. Andrei Mikhalevsky, president and chief executive officer of California Dairies Inc. (CDI) since 2012, has announced he will retire Dec. 31, […]

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Casino relocation awaits Newsom’s OK

Gov. Gavin Newsom will play key role if Eagle Mountain Casino is going to relocate near Porterville By John Lindt Sierra2theSea News Service PORTERVILLE – The relocation of Eagle Mountain Casino from the Sierra foothills to the Valley floor near the Porterville airport in Tulare County is one step closer this month with the release […]

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