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Local companies among the worst in paying back taxes

Office owes more than half a million from 2010, an individual just under $500,000 from 2012 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Two Visalia companies are among the worst in California for not paying their sales and use taxes. A Visalia office and an individual were included in the list of 500 entities in the State with the […]

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Central Valley citrus growers welcome cooler temperatures while Ventura battles wildfire

@TheSunGazette EXETER – While Southern California residents wish for rain drops to smother the fires raging through their cities, locals welcomed near freezing temperatures to sweeten the crop in orange groves surrounding their towns. In the Tulare County, freezing temperatures made a brief appearance last week dipping to a low of 29 degrees on Dec. 6 […]

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Business Cents: Worried about what might happen to bonds?

By Garrett German Are tough times ahead for the bond market? Some investors think so. U.S. monetary policy is tightening, with the Federal Reserve planning gradual increases for the key interest rate. A rising interest rate environment presents a challenge to the bond market, but it does not necessarily imply some kind of doomsday for […]

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Financial Focus: Time to review your investment strategy for 2018

Submitted by Jaison Norton As the year draws to a close, it’s a good time to review your progress toward your financial goals. But on what areas should you focus your attention? Of course, you may immediately think about whether your investments have done well. When evaluating the performance of their investments for a given […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for the week ending Dec. 9

TULARE CO. CROP REPORT For the week ending December 9, 2017.  SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Cotton fields are being shredded and disked to comply with Cotton Plowdown Regulations. All fields must be brought into compliance prior to December 20th . Seed is being shipped in and planted to winter forage crops such as wheat, barley, […]

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Lindcove Research and Extension Center holds annual Citrus Display and Tasting on Dec. 9

@TheSunGazette LINDCOVE – The University of California citrus research center swings open its doors next week to give farmers and the public the opportunity to view and taste more than 100 varieties of citrus. The 175-acre UC Agriculture and Natural Resources Lindcove Research and Extension Center (LREC) is situated where the Valley and Sierra Nevada foothills meet […]

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Construction begins on inside and outside of former Farmersville Market grocery store

@TheSunGazette FARMERSVILLE – A four-lane expressway isn’t the only thing being built on Visalia Road in Farmersville. In the last two months, construction crews have consistently been working on the Farmersville Market grocery store at 250 E. Visalia Road. Work has been going on inside and outside of the store with the most visible change […]

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Over $4,000 was awarded to local schools for beginning or continuing a garden program

Provided by Tulare County Farm Bureau @tulcofb EXETER –Tulare County Farm Bureau held its annual Superintendents’ Breakfast last month awarding $4,250 in grants to local schools that are launching or continuing a school garden program. The breakfast, jointly hosted by Superintendent of Tulare County Schools’ Jim Vidak, gathered nearly 40 area superintendents, administrators and principals […]

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Financial Focus: Can You Afford to Retire Early?

Some people dream of retiring early. Are you one of them? If so, you’ll need to plan ahead – because a successful early retirement can’t be achieved through last-minute moves. So, if you’re determined to retire early, consider taking the following steps: Pick a date. Early retirement means different things to different people. But it’s […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for week ending Dec. 2

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Cotton fields are being shredded and disked to comply with Cotton Plowdown Regulations. All fields must be brought into compliance prior to December 20th . Black-eyed beans are being exported to Guadeloupe. Seed is being shipped in and planted to winter forage crops such as wheat, barley, and other […]

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