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Life in the Alley

When a fire started in the back room of China’s Alley in August 2011, it threatened to take away what the Gonzalez family had spent three generations building. But like its namesake grandmother who stood the test of time to build an iconic Lindsay location, one stroke of bad luck can’t undo 70 years of […]

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Council to hear from State tourism agency

Public officials, industry stakeholders, and local tourism representatives will congregate on May 23 at Rawhide Stadium’s Hall of Fame Club for the first ‘State of the Industry’ tourism event, hosted by the Sequoia Tourism Council. The breakfast marks the first time in many years that Tulare County will welcome a representative from Visit California, the […]

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Tulare Co. crop report

For the week ending May 18, 2013. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Small grain silage harvest is well underway. Some fields are still being cut and windrowed for hay. Alfalfa is being cut and baled. Irrigation continues in alfalfa fields that have already been harvested. Cotton has emerged, and some fields are on their […]

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Grant helps ‘walk with me’ keep solid footing

Walk With Me, Family Services is continuing to help people in need after receiving a $2,000 grant from Bank of the Sierra to help fund programs to serve our community. The funding will help continue vital programs in our community outreach effort. Funds will support Walk With Me, Family Services which has three main projects […]

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Down to business

Exeter co-hosts mixer at United Way of TC on May 16 in Tulare United Way of Tulare County will be hosting an after hours business mixer in conjunction with the Exeter Chamber of Commerce from 5-6:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 16 at its office, 1601 E. Prosperity Ave. in Tulare. United Way invites you to […]

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Tulare co. crop report

Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Alfalfa, oat, and straw fields are still being cut, dried and baled as weather permits. Silage corn has been planted and is growing. Manure has been spread over harvested fields for use as fertilizer. Cotton is still emerging and growing. Some cut hay was caught by the rain, but […]

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Crop Row

Water worries increase for CA farmers, ranchers The early start to wildfire season underscores the dry year suffered by most of the state, and there will be more challenges to come for California farmers and ranchers. Water supplies have been cut, and even though farmers use water-efficient technologies, they’re concerned about their crops receiving enough […]

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Woodlake company to build sports facility

A Woodlake company is moving forward with plans to build an athletic facility but about half the size of the regional wrestling facility discussed last year. U.S. Tower has already applied for a conditional use permit to build a 37,500 square foot multi-purpose gymnasium with detached ticket office, restrooms and a 25,000 square foot dormitory, […]

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