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Tulare Co. Crop Report

Small grains and other field crops: Due to the dry conditions row crops and alfalfa are requiring irrigation to maintain growth. Dryland plantings continue to suffer from drought conditions and are not germinating. The overall planting of small grains is significantly lower than previous years as a result of the December freeze and lack of […]

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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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CropRow

North Calif. irrigation district runs out of water due to drought Drought and unusual early irrigation needs have caused one Northern California irrigation district to run out of water. The board president of the Orland-Artois Water District in Glenn County says its supplies ran out last week. Because of the dry January, farmers have been […]

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Eating Up 2013

  Last year will be remembered as a year of celebration for one of Lindsay’s favorite eateries. In 2013 China’s Alley celebrated its 70th year anniversary, re-opened its doors at its original location after a fire destroyed most of the building in 2011, owner Ruben Gonzales held an impromptu car show/toy drive which provided over […]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

For the week ending Jan. 25, 2014. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Alfalfa fields remain in a state of winter dormancy. Silage, winter grains, and dryland plantings continue to suffer from drought conditions and are not germinating. Winter grain growers continue to report crop loss as a result of the December freeze, with no […]

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A Fine Thread Counter

  Three years ago, the City of Lindsay found itself in a precarious financial position. The city’s top management people began leaving in a quick string of retirements. The former auditing firm cut loose from the city without finishing its most recent audit and were succeeded by a hyper critical firm following strands of financial […]

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Crop Row

Animal feed suffers from drought The California drought will have “serious impacts” to production of animal feed, according to University of California specialists. They describe oat hay as “a disaster” due to lack of rain, and predict diminished supplies of alfalfa hay, as well. At the same time, livestock owners need to buy more hay, […]

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2014 Mock Trials are back in session

  The public is invited to watch 14 Tulare County high school teams compete in the annual Tulare County Mock Trial Competition beginning January 28. The Mock Trial teams are comprised of 10 to 20 students who take on the roles of lawyers, witnesses, court clerks and bailiffs. All teams must make their presentations based on […]

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Lindsay tightens its own home loan guidelines

  Lindsay clarified rules for its homebuyer assistance program to avoid expensive loans for elaborate homes granted under the previous administration. At its Jan. 14 meeting, the Lindsay City Council approved changes to its Homebuyer Guidelines in three key areas. The new guidelines also included a clarification on the amount of down payment assistance a […]

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