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Tulare County plans to join 30 other counties in class action civil case for medical, criminal costs associated with opioid epidemic

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Tulare County will soon join a list of at least 30 California counties suing the largest drug makers and pharmacies for creating a state and national opioid epidemic.  Tammie Adkins, public information officer for the Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency, said she could not comment on pending litigation […]

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Business Cents: Retirement Planning Weak Spots

Provided by Garrett German Many households think they are planning carefully for retirement. In many cases, they are not. Weak spots in their retirement planning and saving may go unnoticed.  Couples should recognize that they may face major medical expenses. Each year, Fidelity Investments estimates how much a pair of newly retired 65-year-olds will spend […]

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Court paid $120K to settle Lindsay judge’s lawsuit

California judiciary paid settlement to former court clerk who alleged that Judge Saucedo attempted to pressure her into a romantic relationship By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN LINDSAY – A court clerk who received $26,000 in gifts from a Lindsay judge trying to have a relationship with her also received $120,000 from the state judiciary to settle her […]

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Crew boss picked up $450K in benefits scheme

Farm labor supervisor is sentenced to three years in prison for sharing unemployment benefits among himself, family and farm laborers @TheSunGazette FRESNO — A farm labor crew boss who worked up and down the central valley scammed the state’s unemployment system for nearly half a million dollars.  On June 4, Fernando Alanis, 55, of Rio […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for the week ending June 16, 2018

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Fields are still being prepared for corn and summer beans. The corn crop is in various stages of growth. Cultivation of row crops continues for weed control. Cotton continues to be irrigated and cultivated. Alfalfa is being irrigated, cut, and baled. Alfalfa drying and baling conditions are ideal, with […]

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Farmersville lowers cannabis tax to 5% of gross receipts and $7 per square foot for cultivators

By Crystal Havner Special to the Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – Commercial cannabis has been a quandary for local governments thus far in Tulare County. While Woodlake has welcomed the first commercial cannabis shop in the Valley over a month ago what that means for City coffers is currently unclear. But what Farmersville knows is nobody is […]

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Former Monarch Andrea Anez leads her team, MoreSolar, to first place at the New Venture Competition

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN SANTA BARBARA – Former Monarch long distance runner Andrea Anez has had a freshman year to remember at University of California Santa Barbara. In the fall she helped the Gauchos win the Big West Conference in cross country. Late last month, she along with her three teammates won the New Venture Competition, […]

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Hellwig Suspension Products warns of increased pricing due to metal market speculation and threat of tariffs

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – Tariffs have dominated the news cycle over the last two weeks, and discussion over consequences has started to hit a little closer to home. Hellwig Suspension Products in Visalia has been watching the upward trend of imported steel prices since March and has now decided to get out ahead of […]

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Business Cents: Adjusting Your Portfolio as You Age

Provided by Garrett German If you are an experienced investor, you have probably fine-tuned your portfolio through the years in response to market cycles or in pursuit of a better return. As you approach or enter retirement, is another adjustment necessary? Some investors may think they can approach retirement without looking at their portfolios. Their […]

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COS offers social media boot camp

The single session, six-hour class will teach you how to get more “likes” and “followers” on your social media pages for business @TheSunGazette VISALIA – If you aren’t sure why people don’t “like” your business or why it’s a good thing to have people “follow” you, it might be time to take a crash course […]

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