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USDA offers $22 million to aid in the fight against citrus greening

@TheSunGazette washington – The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced last week the availability of $22 million in grants to help citrus producers fight Huanglongbing (HLB), commonly known as citrus greening disease. This funding is available through the Specialty Crop Research Initiative (SCRI) Citrus Disease Research and Extension Program (CDRE), which was authorized by the […]

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A Cutting Edge Salon

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN visalia – Chad Clark looks at Visalia as the perfect place to revolutionize the hair salon industry, but that wasn’t always the case. “Growing up in Tulare there was a stigma for male stylists here in the Valley,” said Clark. “But now I’m ready to bring something new to the Valley […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For week ending April 23, 2016 Small grains and other field crops: Winter wheat continues to mature. Some winter forage is being chopped and cut for silage. Alfalfa growth is good and some fields are being cut and baled. Silage corn is being planted. Oats and barley are being cut and dried to be baled, […]

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Sport Chalet Visalia location set to close

@TheSunGazette visalia – Mooney Boulevard will have a large hole to fill after this weekend’s announcement that Sport Chalet will close. The California-based sporting goods chain announced on April 16 that it had began the process of closing all of its 47 stores, including five in Arizona and two in Las Vegas, according to its […]

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Kona Ice brings relaxation to taxation

@TheSunGazette tulare county – There will be no taxation without relaxation this tax season. Kona Ice in West Tulare County offered free shaved ice on Monday, April 18 to help local residents chill out. The truck will be making stops at KJUG, Cal Fire, Visalia PD, Visalia Office of Education, Exeter Post Office, Exeter Chamber […]

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18 people charged with welfare fraud

@TheSunGazette tulare county – Eighteen people were taken into custody earlier this month for welfare fraud totaling $110,000. Between April 2 and April 9, Tulare County District Attorney investigators conducted a warrant sweep and arrested 14 individuals for charges related to welfare fraud. Those arrested for the alleged welfare fraud were: • Jacob Vasquez, 38, […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

TULARE COUNTY CROP REPORT For week ending April 16, 2016 Small grains and other field crops: Winter wheat continues to mature. Some winter forage crops are heading-out starting to be harvested. Alfalfa growth is good and some fields are being cut and baled. Silage corn is being planted. Oats and barley are being cut and […]

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TULARE COUNTY CROP REPORT

For the week ending April 9, 2016. Small grains and other field crops: Winter wheat continues to mature. Alfalfa growth is good and some fields are being cut and baled. Silage corn is being planted. Oats and barley are being cut and dried to be baled. Deciduous tree fruits, nuts, and grapes: Apricots are about […]

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STOP Id theft at CVCB free shred day

@TheSunGazette fresno – While the push to protect your identity online is great, there is still a need to protect the physical documents you already own. Thieves still rummage through trash, steal files, and glean all types of information from discarded documents. That is why Central Valley Community Bank (CVCB) is holding their 10th annual […]

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County prevails in PERB decision

@TheSunGazette visalia – The County of Tulare has prevailed in investigations by the California Public Employee Relations Board (PERB) on allegations of unfair labor practices brought by the Services Employee International Union Local 521 (SEIU). The agency’s final decision issued last November stands in dismissing the charge against the County. “The impact of PERB upholding […]

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