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Exeter Chamber goes 3 for 3, again this month The Exeter Chamber of Commerce is continuing its trend of welcoming more and more new business and new business owners to the community. The chamber will begin November the same way it ended October, with three ribbon cuttings in consecutive weeks. Tomorrow, Nov. 6 the Chamber […]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

For the week ending Nov. 1, 2014. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Cotton is being harvested. Sorghum, alfalfa, and corn fields continue to be harvest for silage. Some alfalfa continues to be cut and baled. Most of the corn crop has been cut and sent to dairies for silage. Field preparations for winter grains […]

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Cutting Loose

By Reggie Ellis Sun-Gazette Ricardo “Red” Lara has been cutting hair since he had a full head of red hair. Now 13 years later, the red hair and the red hairline have faded but his passion for giving others a good fade haircut have not. “I enjoy talking to people and getting to know the […]

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Foothill Pharmacy: ‘We are here to stay’

When news of Rite Aid’s plans to open a new pharmacy in Woodlake was announced last week, it was reported that the “community’s only drug store had sold its accounts to the national drug store chain.” But owner Steve Richmond responded last week by saying he isn’t selling his accounts and his Foothill Pharmacy isn’t […]

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Lindsay dentist is buying Sweets off the Streets

A Lindsay dentist is redefining the phrase “put your money where your mouth is.” This Halloween, trick-or-treaters can bring in their excess candy to Fred H. Buettner, DDS, Inc., located at 709 N. Sequoia Ave. and save their teeth while supporting the troops. Dr. Buettner and his staff have joined the movement to reduce gingivitis […]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

Oct. 25, 2014. Small Grains and Other Field Crops: Cotton is being harvested. Sorghum, alfalfa, and corn fields continue to be harvest for silage. Some alfalfa continues to be cut and baled. Field preparations for winter grains continue, with irrigated fields germinating well. Deciduous Tree Fruits, Nuts, and Grapes: Table grapes continue to be shipped […]

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Bank of Sierra CEO to retire next year

Sierra Bancorp, the holding company for Bank of the Sierra, today announced that James C. Holly, plans to retire as Chief Executive Officer of Sierra Bancorp and the Bank on March 31, 2015. Holly was instrumental in starting the Porterville, Calif. based bank in 1977, and maintained his role as bank President and CEO for […]

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Rite-Aid to open store in Woodlake

Rite-Aid continues to expand in the Central Valley with a plan for new drug store in Woodlake. The Woodlake Planning Commission approved a construction proposal by Rite-Aid to build a 14,578 sf new store at the corner of Antelope and Magnolia. The new development is across street from the city’s main shopping center and within […]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

For the week ending Oct.18, 2014. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Cotton is being harvested. Alfalfa and corn fields continue to be harvest for silage. Some silage sorghum remains to be harvested. Field preparations for winter grains are underway. Deciduous Tree Fruits, Nuts, And Grapes: Table grapes continue to be shipped to both domestic […]

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‘Relics’ starts anew

When Stacey O’Brien started selling refurbished and repurposed furniture out of a corner of Pine Street Relics in June, she had no idea she would own all 4,000-square feet of the store just a few months later. “I was totally led to do this by God,” Stacey said. The stay at home mom has lived […]

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