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Exeter begins growing at a faster pace

Exeter’s growth is accustomed to moving at a snail’s pace, but recent changes to the City’s Southwest Specific Plan atop other recent commercial undertaking is confronting the City’s slow growth policy. Exeter Southwest Specific Plan is bordered by Visalia road to the north, an extension of Elberta to the west, Glaze to the south, and […]

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Exeter Chamber holds three ribbon cuttings in three weeks The Exeter Chamber of Commerce is welcoming new business at quite a clip. The Chamber will hold three ribbon cuttings between now and the end of the month. The first will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 16 at JRM Productions, 1094 Lindsay Blvd. in […]

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Crop Row

New water year begins October 1 marked the start of a new “water year” for California, and water managers hope it will be more plentiful than the one that just ended. The state Department of Water Resources says the 2014 water year ended with less than 60% of average rain and snow, and with reservoirs […]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Cotton is being harvested. Fields are still being defoliated. Alfalfa is being cut, dried, and baled. Second crop silage sorghum is making excellent progress, with some fields being cut. Local dairymen are finishing cutting silage corn. Black-eyed beans harvest is coming to an end. Field preparation for winter grains […]

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‘A Virtuous Woman’ found in Woodlake

“Who can find a virtuous woman? For her price is far above rubies” -Proverbs 31:10 As you walk into the cheerfully painted boutique in downtown Woodlake you will be greeted by the biblical scripture in Proverbs which describes the virtuous woman. Nicole Macias owner of Virtuous Woman Boutique, said that the attributes of the Proverbs […]

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A peek at the Past’s Furture Home

Woodlake residents got a sneak peek at the future home of their hometown’s past. The Woodlake Valley Chamber of Commerce held its semi-annual mixer on Sept. 25 at the unfinished Woodlake Valley Cultural Museum, located at 130 N. Magnolia Ave. in Woodlake. The mixer was one of two held by the Chamber each year to […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

The cotton crop is progressing nicely, and the majority of bolls are set. Bolls are opening and the more mature fields are being defoliated. The acreage planted to cotton in Tulare County continues to decline. Alfalfa is being cut, dried, and baled. Second crop silage sorghum is making excellent progress, with some fields being cut. […]

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Crop Row

Exeter Chamber holds Oct. 2 ribbon cutting The Exeter Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 2 for Pine Street Relics, located at 201 E. Pine St. in Exeter. Pine Street Relics is an antique shop and craft store in Exeter’s historic downtown. New owners James and Stacey […]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Alfalfa is being cut, dried, and baled. Second crop silage sorghum is making excellent progress, with some fields being cut. Cotton is showing good growth and still setting bolls. Bolls are opening and early fields are being defoliated. Black-eyed beans are being harvested. Silage corn continues to be harvested. […]

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Crop Row

Wine market to become more competitive For the third straight year, the United States leads the world in wine consumption. People in the California wine business see that as good news, of course—but they also warn that California wineries can’t take the U.S. market for granted. California wine marketers say they expect more competition from […]

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