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Proteus looks to break income barriers at forum

In an effort to encourage community feedback, Proteus, Inc. is inviting farm workers, community members, and organizations that serve the community to attend local forums to discuss and give their opinions on needed services for their families, neighborhoods, and communities. Attendees will have the opportunity to give input on barriers the low-income community face that […]

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Law makers assist in rural drought aid

Emergency drought legislation introduced at the state Capitol last month underscored the ongoing crisis facing California’s rural communities, according to the president of the California Farm Bureau Federation. CFBF President Paul Wenger thanked Gov. Brown and legislative leaders for their attention to the crisis and urged the state to move quickly to provide aid to […]

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Refining Exeter

Blonde, brown, red, or purple, hair has the ability to define who you are. You can tell the world how fun you are with a flirty pixie or you can rock out with long, lovely locks. Whatever your hair preferences are, the stylists at Re•fined hair salon in downtown Exeter can help you maintain your […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending April 18, 2015. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Oats are being cut, windrowed, dried, and baled. Wheat is being cut for silage. Some fields suffered from lodging during the last storm. Alfalfa fields are being irrigated, with some starting to be cut and baled. Field are being planted to corn […]

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Down to Business

CASA to hold April 30 community mixer Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) will host a community mixer at 5 p.m. on Thursday, April 30 to let people know new ways they can make a difference in the lives of abused and neglected children. The mixer will be at 210, located at 210 W. Center, Visalia. […]

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Valley economic indicators show solid growth

For the 16th consecutive month, the San Joaquin Valley Business Conditions Index rose above the 50.0 growth neutral threshold. After declining for three consecutive months, the overall March index jumped to 57.2 from 52.9 in February. An index greater than 50.0 indicates an expansionary economy over the next three to six months. Dr. Ernie Goss, […]

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TCAG seeks input on long-term transit

Several outreach events throughout Tulare County have been scheduled to encourage the public to participate in the development of a countywide long-range transit plan called Destination 2040. The plan is funded and overseen by the Tulare County Association of Governments (TCAG). The public will have the opportunity to learn about the plan and weigh in […]

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CSET holds free tax preparations

Community Services Employment Training (CSET) is offering an additional day of free tax preparation services on Wednesday, April 15. The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program provides services to Tulare County families with a household income of $52,000 or less. The extended day of VITA services is on April 15th from 9 a.m. – 3 […]

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Tulare county Crop Report

For week ending April 11, 2015 Small grains and other field crops: Wheat, oats, and other winter forage crops continue to head out. Cotton has begun germination. Some small grain harvest has begun for silage. Alfalfa hay is being cut and windrowed. Recent rains will help row crops, but continue to be irrigated. Deciduous tree […]

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In Brief

Ag Crime Unit reports  a 90% decrease in  criminal activity   The Ag Crimes Unit has continued surveillance of the turnout at the 43500 block of Drum Valley Road due to complaints from cattle ranchers regarding a high volume of gang activity in the area. The ranchers were having problems with subjects cutting barbed wire […]

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