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Exeter wants you to ‘Shop…for a Cure’

Since the Exeter Relay For Life began five years ago, merchants have always wanted to be involved. There’s just one problem – when you are the owner/employee/cleaning crew/accountant/do everything a sole proprietor when do you have the time to get involved? The Exeter Relay Committee has come up with a way for you to help […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending Oct. 5, 2013. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Black-eyed beans continue to be harvested. Cotton fields are maturing and receiving final irrigation. Alfalfa fields continue to be cut and baled with good weather conditions. Sorghum and oats continue to be cut for silage. Sudan grass harvest is on its final […]

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Illegal waste dumping costs Rite Aid $12 mil.

District Attorney Tim Ward, together with 51 other California District Attorneys and two city attorneys, announced yesterday that San Joaquin County Superior Court Judge Linda L. Lofthus has approved a settlement under which Rite Aid Corporation will pay $12,324,000 in settlement of a civil environmental prosecution. The judgment marks the culmination of a lawsuit filed […]

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Woodlake gets its ‘Dollar’s worth at grand opening

Dollar General celebrated the opening of its new Woodlake location on Sept. 28 with free prizes and special deals.  Dollar General will offer Woodlake residents a convenient new place to shop for everyday essential at low prices. As customers waited patiently for the store to open at 8 a.m., Dollar General served coffee and donuts […]

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Woodlake goes to bid for heavy equipment

During the Woodlake City Council meeting on Sept. 23 the council unanimously voted to go out to bid for a Clean Diesel Regenerative Air Sweep, a 2,000 gallon water delivery tank truck and a self-propelled telescopic boom lift. The Clean Diesel Regenerative Air Sweep is needed in the City of Woodlake and it will also […]

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Tulare County Crop report

For the week ending Sept. 28, 2013. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Silage continues to be harvested for cattle feed. Silage corn harvest is about 80% complete. Cotton fields continue to be defoliated. Sudan grass harvest is increasing, and should be coming to a finish soon. Black-eyed bean fields are being wind rowed in […]

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Don’t get schooled in ID theft

Back to school is here and your BBB serving Central California wants to give college students tips on preventing identity theft. College students often have many responsibilities to manage when it comes to school, work, and their social lives, which means identity theft is the last thing on their minds. The Central California BBB wants […]

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Looking for a job in today’s market

The Tulare County Employment Connection will host the 22nd Annual Tulare County Job Fair on Wednesday, September 25, 2013.  The Job Fair is from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and will be held at the Visalia Convention Center. Businesses and organizations from throughout the Central Valley will have booths and employment opportunities at the Job Fair.  […]

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Shred it or you might regret it

Identity theft is one of the fastest growing forms of consumer fraud. Garrett German & Associates is committed to educating the public about how this crime occurs and how to avoid being victimized. German and his associates at Valley Financial Group will host its annual Shred Day to encourage proper destruction of documents; many individuals […]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

For the week ending Sept. 21, 2013. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Silage continues to be harvested for cattle feed. Silage corn harvest is about 50% complete. Alfalfa growers are finishing the 6th cutting for the season, and should have one more before this season winds down. Cotton fields are being defoliated. Other field […]

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