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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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Down To Business

Exeter Chamber holds ribbon cutting Feb. 28 The Exeter Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 28 at TCB Tanning, located at 125 E. Pine St. in Exeter. Owners Mike and Jill Smythe invite the community to come and learn more about their business in the former Duby’s […]

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Crop Row

Pistachio producation may set new record As people around the world eat more pistachios, farmers from around the world have been increasing production to meet the demand. The U.S. Agriculture Department says global pistachio production will set a record in the current marketing year, with the United States continuing to lead the way. Nearly the […]

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Food Safety rules are complicated, need study

Sweeping changes in federal food safety law under the Food Safety Modernization Act won’t happen right away, yet the message sent to farmers and agricultural business owners in the Central Valley this month was to become familiar with the proposed rules now. “These proposed rules are mammoth in size and complexity. We’re just scratching the […]

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Crop Row

Sheep visits muttually beneficial for alfalfa farmers, ranchers This time of year it is common to see sheep grazing in dormant alfalfa hay fields. The practice benefits both the alfalfa farmers and the sheep ranchers. According to University of California Cooperative Extension advisors, lambing season typically takes place in the fall and winter, and the […]

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Deductions that could dramatically cut your tax bill

For all the talk about taxes during the “fiscal cliff” debate at the end of 2012, many people are still left wondering what it means to them as the April 15 filing date approaches.- “’Is it a big deal? Or is it business as usual?’ are questions I’m hearing,” says Scott Halliwell, a certified financial […]

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Down To Business

Exeter Chamber holds monthly mixer Feb. 21 Tricia Kirksey Real Estate, 251 E. Pine St. in Exeter, will play host to the Exeter Chamber of Commerce’s monthly mixer from 5-6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 21. Mixers are a great opportunity to catch up with friends, network with other local business owners and win prizes, just […]

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