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Former Visalia Mayor to lead farmworker group

Proteus, Inc. is pleased to announce the election of its Chief Operations Officer, Jesus J. Gamboa, as president of the board of directors for the Association of Farmworker Opportunity Programs (AFOP).  AFOP is a national association representing organizations serving the employment and training needs of the farmworker community across the nation. Mr. Gamboa was born […]

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Stay out of ‘Intuit’ call scam

BBB is issuing an alert on emails from “Intuit Market.” These emails are fraudulent as the victims never placed an order with Intuit Market nor have they done business with the company at all. The catch is that once you receive the email, you’re natural inclination is to call the company. However the company number […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending Oct. 6, 2012. Small grains and other field crops: Alfalfa, corn, and bean crops are progressing well in the warmer temperatures. Corn is still being cut for silage. The harvest of grain corn is almost complete. Cotton fields are being defoliated and prepared for harvest. Deciduous tree fruits, nuts, and grapes: […]

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Exeter insurance company turns 100

Take a stroll through NSE Insurance Agencies, Inc. and you’ll see the merging of both past and present. Modern technology is accompanied by relics from the company’s past and familiar faces carry on the same spirit as those spearheaded the business 100 years ago. On March 8 NSE Insurance Agencies, Inc. kicked off its Centennial […]

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More hydro power on tap

More local generation of electricity is on tap not only from the sun as we told you recently, but from the power of falling water on the Kaweah River in our backyard. Until recently, Tulare County has had few power plants even though both SCE and PGE had their roots in the county around the […]

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Make the right ‘Do Not Call’

As we get deeper into election season, the number of household robocalls is increasing, and you may wonder why you’re getting them at all. After all, you’ve likely placed yourself on the National Do Not Call Registry. The National Do Not Call Registry gives consumers an opportunity to limit the telemarketing calls they receive. Once […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending Sept. 29, 2012. Small grains and other field crops: Alfalfa fields continue to be cut, dried, and baled and most should be on their 6th cutting. Fields producing silage corn, corn for grain, and sorghum are being harvested. Cotton, corn, and alfalfa fields continue to be irrigated. Most cotton bolls have […]

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Working On Pet Patients

Since 1982, Dr. Gerald Haggard has been taking care of Exeter’s four-legged residents. From cats to horses, Exeter Veterinary Hospital continues to provide complete care for pets from puppies and kittens to senior dogs and cats. The only problem with Exeter Veterinary Hospital is that their office was too small to treat every pet at […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending Sept. 22, 2012. Small grains and other field crops: Alfalfa fields continue to be cut, dried, and baled, and most should be on their 6th cutting. Fields producing silage corn, corn for grain, and sorghum are being harvested at an increasing rate. Cotton, corn, and alfalfa fields continue to be irrigated. […]

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Daylight Savings

Jim Tyler could have saved you a lot of money this summer. In one of the hottest, driest and latest summers in recent memory, most Tulare County residents have seen record electricity bills coincide with record temperatures. But Tyler, owner of Jim Tyler Construction and Solar in Exeter, says if you had installed a solar […]

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