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Exeter Chamber holds 2 ribbon cuttings in July The Exeter Chamber of Commerce will hold two ribbon cuttings this month. The first will be held at 11 a.m. today on Wednesday, July 10 at Exeter City Park for the Exeter Community Service Guild. Better known as the Pink Ladies, the guild will unveil the new […]

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Supervisors ok $1.7 mil. in salary increase

For the first time since the Great Recession began, Tulare County’s non-union employees received a raise. At its June 25 meeting, the Tulare County Board of Supervisors approved a $1.7 million salary increase for Tulare County’s employees in unrepresented bargaining groups. The last time similar salary adjustments were granted was December 2008. Of the $1.7 […]

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County holds forums on health permits

In an effort to consider how Environmental Health can better promote transparency, accountability, and good governance, the Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency is offering open forums in each District to discuss Environmental Health permit fees and inspection experiences for: • Event Organizers; • Non-profit Event Coordinators; • Caterers; • Restaurant Owners; • Mobile […]

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Down to Business

Exeter Chamber holds 2 ribbon cuttings in July The Exeter Chamber of Commerce will hold two ribbon cuttings this month. The first will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday July 10 at Exeter City Park for the Exeter Community Service Guild. Better known as the Pink Ladies, the guild will unveil the new water […]

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Tulare co. crop report

For the week ending June 29, 2013. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: The planting of corn for silage is almost complete. Early-planted corn has entered the tasseling stage. Harvesting wheat for grain is occurring throughout Tulare County. Cotton continues to be irrigated and cultivated. Cotton is showing good growth on early-planted fields. Alfalfa is […]

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Crop row

Grazing goats prevent wildfires in Nat’l Park A new batch of U.S. Forest Service employees has one job: to eat. More than one-thousand goats have been put to work in the Cleveland National Forest near San Diego to remove dried brush and plants that act as fire hazards. Officials say using the goats to eat […]

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Gas Co. offers new, low-income discount

In the depths of the Great Recession, many low-income residents are struggling just to pay their bills. That’s why Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) is offering low-income customers a 20% savings on their monthly natural gas bill and receive no-cost energy efficient home improvements as a result of new income guidelines for the state-sponsored program. “SoCalGas is committed to enrolling […]

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VCB shareholders approve merger with CVCB

The Board of Directors of Central Valley Community Bancorp (NASDAQ: CVCY), the parent company of Central Valley Community Bank, announced today that Visalia Community Bank shareholders approved the merger between Visalia Community Bank and Central Valley Community Bancorp at a special meeting held on, June 18 in Visalia. The transaction is subject to customary closing […]

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A sister company

The Nickel family is no stranger to doing business in Exeter. Gene Nickel helped start Exeter’s first grocery store, Nickel’s Payless on Kaweah Avenue. Across the parking lot he and his wife, Carol Nickel, brought the first franchise restaurant to town with A&W. And now, Carol’s three daughters are carrying on the tradition by starting […]

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