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Hispanic business leaders need to establish a succession plan

Starting a business is no small endeavor, with financial, organizational and marketing challenges thrown at entrepreneurs from the get-go. Those challenges can be even greater for Hispanic business owners who often face a lack of necessary resources. The number of U.S. businesses owned by Hispanics increased to 2.3 million between 2002 and 2007, according to […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending August 18, 2012. Small grains and other field crops: Alfalfa continues to be dried and bailed; most growers are on their fourth cutting. Cotton fields are still in bloom, bolls show good development. Some silage corn fields have reached maturity and are being harvested. Cotton, corn, and bean fields continue to […]

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Dollar Store Wars Hit Home

The Farmersville Planning Commission on Aug. 15 will hear a proposal to build a 20,000 square foot outlet for fast growing retailer Dollar General who wants to build on Farmersville Blvd, behind Jack N The Box. Dollar General would locate right across the street from the new 8000 sf Family Dollar store in town that […]

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Tulare Co. Habitat for Humanity gets $140K

The California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) announced last week awards from the CalHome General Program totaling more than $14 million to be used for first time homebuyer mortgage assistance loans and owner occupied rehabilitation loans. Over 16 different localities and non-profit housing organizations throughout the State received awards, covering rural as well […]

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Fake organic fertilzer co. pleads guilty

A Bakersfield man plead guilty last week for his part in a multi-million scheme to defraud organic farmers. Kenneth Noel Nelson Jr., of Bakersfield, pleaded guilty to four counts of mail fraud in connection with a fake company that manufacture and marketed a fake organic fertilizer. Losses netted through the scheme are estimated between $20 […]

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Tulare County Unsecured Property Taxes due Aug. 31

Rita A. Woodard, Auditor-Controller/Treasurer-Tax Collector, is reminding Tulare County taxpayers that Unsecured Tax bills are due before Aug. 31. If your payment is not received or postmarked by the delinquent date, a 10% penalty will be added to your bill. The 2012/2013 Unsecured Tax bills were mailed in July. If you did not receive your […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending Aug. 11, 2012. Small grains and other field crops: Black-eye beans are continuing to mature, with beans maturing. Alfalfa hay continues to be cut and baled. Corn silage for dairies is on their 2nd or 3rd cutting. Cotton continues to grow and is being irrigated along with alfalfa and corn fields. […]

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Down To Business

Dr. Hans Konrad, D.V.M. is the newest member of the staff at Exeter Veterinary Hospital. He joins a great team alongside Dr. Gerald C. Haggard, D.V.M. Konrad is a graduate of UC Davis back in 1993. He has been practicing for 19 years. He started off in Sonoma County for two years before coming to […]

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Kaweah Delta expands in Exeter

Kaweah Delta Medical Center is expanding operations in the Exeter area over the next year say officials. The district continues to operate its rural health clinic out of four buildings on San Juan Ave – all part of the former hospital in town. “We’re running out of room” says Dave Garrett who adds the rural […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending August 4, 2012. Small grains and other field crops: Alfalfa is in all stages of growth and harvest, higher yields have been observed in these early cuttings. Cotton is in full bloom. Silage corn continues to mature and some fields are being chopped. Irrigation continues to be applied on Cotton, corn, […]

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