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Citrus Showcase to address growing concers in industry

“Contemporary philosopher, Oprah Winfrey coined the phrase about having an ‘aha moment.’ It is that moment in time when you realize that you have learned something startling that will influence you in the years to come,” said CCM President Joel Nelsen leading up to the 2013 Citrus Showcase on Thursday, March 7th at the Visalia Convention […]

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Jeff Scott is County Librarian

The Tulare County Board of Supervisors announced today that Jeff Scott has been appointed County Librarian.  Scott replaces County Librarian Brian Lewis, who retired on December 29, 2012, after nearly 30 years as the Tulare County Librarian. “Jeff’s years of experience with the Tulare County Library, work ethic, and leadership make him a great fit […]

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SHORTCUTS

Owners Mike and Jill Smythe (far right and second from right) do the ceremonial honors during an Exeter Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting on Feb. 28 for their new business TCB Tanning, located at 125 E. Pine St. in Exeter. For more information, call TCB Tanning at 559-592-5551.

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DOWN TO BUSINESS

Exeter Chamber holds ribbon cutting March 14 The Exeter Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. on Thursday, March 14 for Visalia Remodeling/Simple Plumbing at the chamber office, located at 101 W. Pine St. in Exeter. Owner William Stimple invites the community to come and learn more about his business. For […]

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CROPROW

Optimism runs dry for Calif. cattle ranchers Ranchers say that despite strong demand for beef, dry rangeland conditions have dimmed their outlook for the year. Unless California sees another “Miracle March” with ample rainfall, the feed available for cattle will dwindle quickly, and the cost to buy or rent additional land is already high. Typically, […]

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TULARE CO. CROP REPORT

For the week ending March 2, 2013. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Warmer temperatures have increased growth in alfalfa and winter grain crops. Irrigation of field crops continues due to the lack of winter rains. Planting of field corn has begun. Deciduous Tree Fruits, Nuts, And Grapes: Early varieties of peaches and plums are […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending Feb. 23, 2013. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Wheat, barley and other winter forage crops continue to grow. Herbicide applications are being applied to forage crops. Winter rains are needed for dry land regions. Deciduous Tree Fruits, Nuts, And Grapes: Early varieties of stone fruit continue to bloom. Pruning of […]

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LHS grad, Exeter publisher named ’40 Under 40′

Forty young professionals in the Central Valley will be honored at the “40 Under 40” Ultimate Networking Event presented by Business Street Online March 21 in Fresno. The event recognizes some of the rising professionals in the public and private sectors in central California.  They are leaders in their communities and have achieved great success […]

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Citrus Showcase to focus on pest

The 2013 Citrus Showcase is March 7 at the Visalia Convention Center.  There is no cost or registration required to attend. Lunch tickets can be purchased by contacting California Citrus Mutual; reservations are required and tickets are expected to sell out fast. Each year, California Citrus Mutual brings together citrus growers and industry stakeholders for a […]

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Congressman tours Proteus training facility

Congressman Devin Nunes, 21st District of California-R, toured the William M. Maguy School of Education training facility in Visalia last Friday. The Congressman is particularly interested in seeing the Photovoltaic Design/Installation (Solar) and Truck Driver training classes operated by Proteus, Inc. at the facility, located at 1100 N. Miller Park Court. Nunes, who represents parts […]

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