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Subway gets fresh face in lindsay

Eating healthier will soon be a little easier in Lindsay, as plans for the construction of a new Subway were approved at the July 14 Lindsay City Council meeting. The proposed project at Hermosa and Hwy 65 will take the place of the current Subway located at the Olivewood Shopping Center. Current Subway owner Maninder […]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

TULARE Co. CROP REPORT For the week ending July 18, 2015. Small Grains and Other Field Crops: The corn silage crop is in various stages of growth, with some being harvested. Sorghum silage is making good progress. Grain sorghum is planted and progressing well. Alfalfa fields are being irrigated, cut, and baled. Cotton continues to […]

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In Brief

Lindsay Chamber seeks nominations for Board of Directors The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for its upcoming Board of Directors election. There are three seats up for election on the Board this year. Anyone interested in running for the position must be a paying member in good standing with the Chamber. Nominations must […]

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City to make room for new hotel

Visalia is not only ready for a new hotel, it needs one. At its July 20 meeting, the Visalia City Council unanimously approved going out to bid for a new downtown hotel adjacent to the Convention Center. Prior to the presentation, Deputy City Manager Leslie Caviglia said the city has received three unsolicited expression of […]

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Crop Row

Water shortages damage citrus groves Citrus growers in the eastern San Joaquin Valley say they’re in “survival mode,” as they try to keep trees alive because of water shortages. Farmers in citrus-growing regions that have been cut off from surface water and have very little groundwater are scrambling to locate emergency supplies. A citrus growers […]

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Exeter grooves to the music

Residents in Exeter can explore a different type of exercise that might not feel like exercise at all, Zumba. More and more people have turned to Zumba to give them their evening time sweat, and that is exactly what Rosa Howell has been able to provide. For only four dollars attendants can visit Howell’s class […]

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Local YMCA names new leadership

Golden State YMCA has a new camp director, who brings with her 35 years of Y experience. Liz Long, formerly of Sacramento, has served YMCA programs in Modesto, Montana, Minnesota and Idaho. Her most recent YMCA role in Sacramento included overseeing programs with 10,000 participants, managing a $3.5 million budget, overseeing fundraising and supervising two […]

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Citrus disease spreads in SoCal

Now that four additional backyard citrus trees in Southern California were found to be infected with the bacterium that causes a devastating citrus disease, UC Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR) Cooperative Extension advisors and specialists are encouraging all citrus owners to monitor for disease symptoms and report infected trees. Citrus owners who suspect their trees are […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending July 18, 2015. Small Grains and Other Field Crops: The corn silage crop is in various stages of growth, with some being harvested. Recently planted Sorghum silage is making good progress. Alfalfa fields are being irrigated, cut, and baled. Cotton continues to be irrigated and cultivated for weed control. Cotton is […]

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‘The Lab’ to mix with unknown occupant

In the last few years, North E Street has seen a resurgence in downtown Exeter. Existing businesses have reinvented their storefronts, new businesses have moved in, similar businesses have replaced those lost and the street is nearly void of vacant buildings … except one. What was known as Wyrick’s for close to 20 years, 123 […]

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