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Lindsay juice plant changing hands

Tulare County farmer Tommy Elliott has confirmed the sale of the family’s long time citrus juice business in Lindsay. Tommy, who has taken over the family business from his father Tokkie Elliott, says the juice plant has been sold to LA-based Vita-Pakt Citrus Products this month. “We’re one of the last of the breed of […]

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Sweepstakes scam cleaning out residents

Recently some Tulare County residents have been receiving mailers as part of a scheme to defraud them. In these matters the victim receives a letter with a check in the mail stating they won a lottery or sweepstakes; it may even state it is from the Publisher’s Clearinghouse or Reader’s Digest. The letter instructs the […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

Tulare County Crop Report For week ending Nov. 24, 2012 Small grains and other field crops: Alfalfa is still growing although the weather has slowed harvesting. Winter grains and winter forage crops continue to be planted. Cotton harvest is nearly complete with harvested fields being shredded and plowed for pink bollworm control. Deciduous tree fruits, […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For week ending November 17, 2012 Small grains and other field crops: Alfalfa harvest has slowed due to the cooler weather. Cotton harvest is continuing and fields that have been harvested are being shredded and plowed down for pink bollworm control. Winter grains continue to be planted. Harvested corn fields are being plowed and planted […]

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Pesticide Workers Safety Training is Nov. 29 in Exeter

University of California Cooperative Extension and the Tulare County Agricultural Commissioner’s office are presenting Pesticide Workers Safety Training. The first meeting is Wednesday, Nov. 28, at Dinuba Memorial Building, 249 S. Alta in Dinuba. The second meeting will take place on Thursday, Nov. 29, at the Exeter Memorial Building, 324 N. Kaweah Ave., in Exeter. […]

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New owner to take wheel of Monarch Ford

Exeter’s Monarch Ford car dealership is expected to change hands next month if all approvals go forward. A legal Bulk Notice of the pending sale was published Nov.15 saying the sale was anticipated to be complete by December 5. The notice says the buyer is Michael D. Moore who has formed a corporation called Exeter […]

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Shop Small Business Saturday

Everyone has heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but have you heard of Small Business Saturday? Just as the holiday shopping season kicks off this Friday at malls and major retailers across the country and this Monday in online shopping carts across the world, the first holiday shopping day for small businesses comes after […]

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Down To Business

Exeter Christmas Open House begins Nov. 29 The Downtown Merchants Association will hold its 21st annual Exeter Christmas Open House from 5-9 p.m. every Thursday between Nov. 29 and Dec. 20 throughout downtown Exeter. The event kicks off the holiday season on Nov. 29 as businesses stay open later than normal business hours to welcome […]

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Ready to be a crafty-minded individual

If you love creating handmade crafts and you always hear people advising you that you should sell your materials, it is likely to be time to move into the world of cash. Like creating any type of home-based business, entering the world of selling handmade crafts must be efficiently planned out. There are a good […]

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