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Visalia co. products continue upward swing

A local company will make its second straight appearance among the Top 10 New Products at this year’s World Ag Expo. The ML5.8 Hammer by Hammer Works Manufacturing, LLC in Visalia was among the 2014 winners whose products are exhibiting at the 47th annual World Ag Expo this week. The ML5.8 is a long-handle, zinc-composite […]

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Citrus industry sends out SOS for new disease

  Tulare County’s citrus industry put out another SOS as it prepares to stay afloat against an endless sea of obstacles. Fresh off a year that saw a seven-day freeze, multiple finds of the Asian citrus psyllid and a compounding drought, citrus growers will now have to defend the County’s crop from a new disease. […]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

For the week ending Feb. 8, 2014. Small grains and other field crops: The recent light rains have been welcome, but due to the overall dry conditions row crops and alfalfa still require irrigation to maintain growth. Dryland plantings continue to suffer from the drought conditions. Many fields that should be green with winter forage […]

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Supervisors vote to can 1 landfill

  Tulare County is taking out the trash. In a second overhaul of its solid waste system, the Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the closure of the Woodville Landfill at its Feb. 4 meeting. In the same motion, Supervisors also approved restoring operating hours at Teapot Dom Landfill and authorizing staff to negotiate alternative disposal […]

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Heart Of The Matter

  If you are looking for a unique Valentine’s Day gift, why not get something that not only shows how much you love that special person, but how much you love Tulare County and the environment. Exeter native Peter Hickey has made a limited edition item from trees that probably predate St. Valentine himself. Hickey […]

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CropRow

Farm bill provides resources for California farmers and ranchers The new federal farm bill that gained final congressional approval Tuesday includes programs to help farmers and ranchers through drought and other emergencies. The California Farm Bureau urged government agencies to implement the programs as quickly as possible. California farmers welcomed Senate passage of the final […]

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Down to Business

Exeter Chamber holds Feb. 27 ribbon cutting The Exeter Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 27 for The CrisCom Company at the chamber office, located at 101 W. Pine St. in Exeter. CrisCom is a public relations firm specializing in business development and government affairs based in […]

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Video follows citrus ‘From the Tree to the Table’

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to follow a single piece of fruit from the tree to your table? Well now you can thanks to a collaborative video between a leading citrus industry cooperative in Exeter and a Lindsay-based production company. Just last month, JRM Productions in Lindsay delivered its 10-minute video […]

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In With the Old

Lindsay’s 2013 New Business of the Year is bringing back an old idea. A little more than a year ago, Rick Loftin opened his Wild Bills Barbershop and Shave Parlour in the Sierra Vista Plaza in downtown Lindsay. Loftin, along with Fabian Orosco, George Alvarez and Brian Gonzalez take the time to offer any style […]

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County reappoints Marilyn Kinoshita to Ag Commissioner

The Tulare County Board of Supervisors announced today Marilyn Kinoshita has been reappointed to an additional four-year term as Tulare County Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer. This will be Kinoshita’s second four-year term. Kinoshita was first appointed to the Ag Commissioner position in December 2009. Board of Supervisors Chairman Phil Cox said Kinoshita’s proven track record as Ag […]

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