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TULARE CO. CROP REPORT

  For the week ending Aug. 9, 2014. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Alfalfa is being cut, dried, and baled. Second crop silage sorghum is up and making excellent progress. Cotton is showing good growth, with fields in full bloom. Black-eyed beans are in various stages of development, woith some pods drying. Silage corn […]

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Harvests start early It’s a common refrain on many California farms: Harvests are starting earlier than usual. Grape growers report their crops maturing two weeks or more ahead of a typical schedule, and many other harvests are also ahead of average dates. The mild, dry spring gave crops a head start, and warm summer weather […]

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Don’t get wrapped up in car ad scam

  So you receive an email stating that Rockstar is looking for people in your area to have their cars wrapped in full-car advertisement for the energy drink. An easy way to increase your income, right? Only if you’re a scammer. For the recipient, it’s a losing proposition, says the Better Business Bureau of Central […]

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Cutler packing house expands stone fruit recall

  Out of an abundance of caution, Wawona Packing Company of Cutler is expanding its voluntary recall from July 19, 2014, of whole white and yellow peaches, white and yellow nectarines, plums and pluots due to the potential of the products being contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. Listeria monocytogenes is an organism which can cause serious and sometimes […]

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2020 has FORESIGHT

  The more diverse your investment portfolio, the clearer your financial future will be. That was Garrett German’s thought process when he joined 20/20 Financial Advisors in February. 20/20 is a national partnership of 11 financial representatives in California, Florida, Texas, Indiana and Delaware. Collectively, German said the 11 partners manage 25% of the assets […]

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TULARE CO. CROP REPORT

  For the week ending Aug. 2, 2014. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Alfalfa is being cut, dried, and baled. Second crop silage sorghum is up and making excellent progress. Cotton is showing good growth, with fields in full bloom. Cotton, corn, and Black-eyed beans continue to be irrigated and cultivated for weeds. Silage […]

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County forms temporary event committee

  It has been a year since the Environmental Health Division of Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency surveyed temporary event organizers and vendors about permitting fees and inspection experiences. The community meetings were held in each Supervisorial District following outrage from mobile businesses, non-profit groups and chambers of commerce regarding a proposed fee […]

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Energy costs could rise due to drought It’s another impact from the California drought: With reservoir levels dropping, utility companies say their hydroelectric facilities won’t generate as much power this summer. The companies say they expect to have enough power available from other sources, but that electricity prices could rise. That’s because companies have to […]

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TULARE CO. CROP REPORT

  For the week ending July 26, 2014. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Alfalfa is being cut, dried, and baled. Second crop silage sorghum is up and making excellent progress. Cotton is showing good growth, with fields in full bloom. Cotton, corn, and Black-eyed beans continue to be irrigated and cultivated for weeds. Silage […]

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Race YOu THERE

  Motorsports are funded by sponsors. Formula 1 racers are billboards for international industries. NASCAR vehicles are covered in national corporate logos. And major energy drinks drive motocross. So it makes sense that remote control trucks one-tenth the size of those should be sponsored by small businesses just down the street. Exeter Hobbies recently unveiled […]

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