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Tulare co. crop report

For the week ending April 27, 2013. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Wheat and winter forage oats are ready to be cut for silage. Corn is growing rapidly in the warmer weather. Alfalfa fields are being cut and baled. Cotton is up and growing well. Deciduous Tree Fruits, Nuts, And Grapes: Fruit thinning continues […]

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Reclamation reduces water supply to 55%

Promising early winter conditions have turned into an arid late winter/spring and now are promising a summertime Friant Division surface water supply that will seem just plain parched. The driest January-through-March precipitation conditions and discouraging April 1 Sierra Nevada snowpack data have prompted the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation to make a big cut in the […]

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Come to Light

Sixteen years ago, Shawn Phillips was looking to slow down. A printer by trade, Phillips said the daily deadlines, impossible pace and extended hours were like a smoke signal of ominous things to come. Not wanting to get burnt out, Phillips tried to find ways to unwind. One of the most potent was puffing on […]

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Get in the zone

Payroll taxes are going up. Insurance rates are going up. The cost of doing business is going up, but the economy doesn’t seem to be keeping pace. So how can you get some of that tax money back into your business’s bank account? By getting your business in the Zone. The Tulare County Economic Development […]

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County maintains ‘stable’ credit rating

International credit rating agency Fitch Ratings affirmed stable credit ratings for Tulare County’s implied general obligation and certificates of participation (COPs) series. County officials say the stable credit ratings will have positive implications should the County seek to finance future capital projects such as new construction, expansion, renovation, or replacement projects to facilities. Citing Tulare […]

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Crop report

Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Most wheat is in the heading or ripening growth stages of development. Corn seedlings that have previously emerged from the soil continue to grow rapidly. Some alfalfa fields continue to be cut and windrowed. Deciduous Tree Fruits, Nuts, And Grapes: Grape vineyards continue leafing out. Thinning of fruit in […]

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Crop row

Farmers plant seeds for bees Healthy bees equal good crop pollination, and farmers are working with organizations to introduce new flowers and plants on their property that help feed bees. A group called “Project Apis m.” created a Seeds for Bees program. Both farmers and home gardeners can request free seed packets for plants that […]

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TC grand jury indicts 8 co.’s for $39 million workers’ comp, payroll fraud

On April 5, 2013, a Tulare County criminal grand jury indicted eight local businessmen on suspicion of workers’ compensation insurance premium fraud and payroll tax evasion. In the indictment, Juan Luis Ayala Lopez, 39, of Tulare; Alfredo Ayala, 42, of Avenal; Gregorio Jacobo, 50, of Coalinga; Javier Isidro Diaz, 48, of Bakersfield; Heriberto G. Ruiz, […]

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Foster retires after 31 years as head of ‘family’

After getting up each and every day for the last thirty one years and making decisions about how to develop and improve Family HealthCare Network (FHCN), Harry Foster, President & CEO, will leave the organization on April 23, 2013. Over that time period, the FHCN has grown from about eight people working from an old, […]

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Crop row

Garden centers and nurseries busy An improved housing market and pent-up consumer demand are keeping California nursery and garden center owners on their toes these days. Garden renovation and landscaping projects are at the top of many homeowners’ lists, and the nurseries are trying to keep up with demand and fill the void left by […]

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