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Service is a Plus

Halloween is a time to dress up and have fun, but if you are a plus-sized woman, your options for dressing up may be limited. Donna Frisbie of Exeter has been a plus sized most of her life but has never let that get in the way of having fun. She considers herself a personal […]

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Banking on your New Year’s Resolution

Bank of the Sierra is pleased to announce its partnership with four local charities, to help enhance the quality of life for Central Valley citizens in need. Bank of the Sierra is currently running a month long contest, in which community members have the opportunity to decide which charities will receive the proceeds from the […]

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Central Valley small businesses get on same page against taxes

A small but growing coalition of business and community leaders in Tulare, Fresno and Kings counties have come together to form the Tri-County Taxpayer’s Association. Established as a non-profit advocacy organization, the Association’s objective is to inform the public of the unprecedented assault upon their pocketbooks by state government and special interests as well as […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending Oct. 20, 2012. Small grains and other field crops: Cotton harvest has begun. Alfalfa is being cut, dried and baled. Corn is still being cut for silage, and grain corn is being harvested. Black-eyed bean harvest is almost complete. Winter oats are being planted. Deciduous tree fruits, nuts, and grapes: Plums […]

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Down To Business

TCAG awards Lindsay for Downtown Project Lindsay City Manager Rich Wilkinson, Mayor Ed Murray and the City’s TCAG Representative Pam Kimball accepted an award from Tulare County Association of Government’s Vice Chair Rudy Mendoza on Oct. 18 during TCAG’s Local Motion Awards. Lindsay received the Innovation Award for its Downtown Improvement Project. (See the full […]

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Franey’s gets back to its foundation

Franey’s Design Center will now be focusing solely on what its known best for the last 57 years – flooring and window coverings. The business partners have decided to close the furniture side of the business while continuing with flooring and window coverings only. For the past 22 years, Annie Gilles has been the cornerstone […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending Oct. 13, 2012. Small grains & other field crops: Alfalfa is being raked and baled in anticipation of this week’s predicted rain. Corn is still being cut for silage. Grain corn and Black-eyed beans are being harvested. Harvested fields are being prepared for winter wheat. Cotton is being defoliated and prepared for […]

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Beyond The Pale

Even before Fat-Boyz Bar and Grill opened its doors earlier this year, owner Gloria Morales knew she wanted to offer Lindsay residents something different. Any bar/restaurant can serve domestic beer on tap and keep bottles of craft ales on ice – but what if you could do both. Thanks to her good friends at Budweiser, […]

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Former Visalia Mayor to lead farmworker group

Proteus, Inc. is pleased to announce the election of its Chief Operations Officer, Jesus J. Gamboa, as president of the board of directors for the Association of Farmworker Opportunity Programs (AFOP).  AFOP is a national association representing organizations serving the employment and training needs of the farmworker community across the nation. Mr. Gamboa was born […]

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Stay out of ‘Intuit’ call scam

BBB is issuing an alert on emails from “Intuit Market.” These emails are fraudulent as the victims never placed an order with Intuit Market nor have they done business with the company at all. The catch is that once you receive the email, you’re natural inclination is to call the company. However the company number […]

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