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Local prevention service holds training

As a local prevention service provider the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) of Tulare County has partnered with the Visalia Police Department to host the State Department of Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC) License Education on Alcohol and Drug Training (LEAD) on Monday August 19, 2013. Retailers play an essential role in reducing […]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Grain harvest is finished, and fields are being replanted to forage crops. Double-cropped fields planted to summer beans, silage corn and Sudan grass are showing nice growth. More cotton fields are maturing with increasing boll set. Maturing corn fields grown for silage have started to be cut. Cutting of […]

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Crop Row

Almond harvest starts early Warm spring and summer weather encouraged almonds to develop early, and farmers have started harvesting this week in the southern San Joaquin Valley. Farmers in Kern County say they’re beginning almond harvest a week to 10 days earlier than usual. Almonds are California’s most widely planted orchard crop and the state’s […]

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Lightening the way

The number of solar farms is growing in Tulare County and at least three near foothill cities are nearing completion. But the local projects differ from the thousand-acre, 20-megawatt sites seen on national news because the power they generate is used at nearby cities and towns. Don Watson, president of ImModo Solar operations in Tulare […]

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Tulare Co. taps new Asst. Ag Commish

Tom Tucker has been appointed to the position of Assistant Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer, Tulare County Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer Marilyn Kinoshita announced last week. Tucker, who will assume his new position immediately, has served as Interim Assistant Agricultural Commissioner for the past seven months. “In a relatively short time, Tom has proven himself to be extremely capable,” Kinoshita […]

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Down to Business

El Nuevo in Exeter is closed this week El Nuevo Mexicali No. 4 in Exeter temporarily closed its doors on July 22 for some remodeling. In its July newsletter, the Exeter Chamber of Commerce reported the restaurant, No. 4 in the family-owned franchise, is “updating” the Exeter location at 101 E. Pine St. The restaurant […]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

For the week ending July 20, 2013. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Alfalfa continues to be cut, windrowed, dried, and baled. Cotton is being cultivated, fertilized, and irrigated. Cotton bloom is approximately 80% complete. The lower blooms have dropped and bolls have been set. Fertilizers are being applied to corn fields. Black-eyed beans are […]

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Crop Row

Dry grass leaves cattle ranchers in a bind Sun-scorched pastures are a common sight across California, leaving cattle ranchers concerned about their ability to maintain herds with little or no grass available. The lack of rainfall has led some ranchers to reduce their herds, and in many cases, rely on hay and other supplemental feed […]

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Gun Safe sales closely tracking weapon sales

The thought of increasingly restrictive gun laws sent many Americans into a gun-buying frenzy over the past year. In turn, the stockpiling of guns by citizens worried about their Second Amendment Right has also lead to an increase in gun safe sales. The Gun Safe Co. in Exeter said safe sales have increased dramatically in […]

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