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Fluctuations in Lindsay, Exeter farmers markets

Lindsay gets the city-wide party started this Friday, March 8 with the return of Tulare County’s most popular outdoor market. Lindsay’s Friday Night Market and Street Faire kicks off its 2013 season this Friday. The market runs from 5-10 p.m. every Friday through Nov. 15 at Sweet Brier Plaza on North Sweet Briar Avenue between […]

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Down To Business

Exeter Chamber holds March 7 ribbon cutting Connie Roche (pictured above) does the ceremonial honors during a ribbon cutting for her business on March 7 at the Exeter Chamber of Commerce. Roche is owner of Maid To Order. For more information about Maid To Order, call 559-592-7192. For more information about a ribbon cutting, call […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending March 9, 2013. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Crops like wheat, barley, and oats continue growing. Field preparation for different row crops such as cotton and corn has started. Planted field crops are being irrigated due to the lack of precipitation. Warmer conditions from previous days are encouraging good growth […]

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Crop Row

CA families find food waste wastes money California families have had to tighten their budgets in a poor economy, and according to the American Farm Bureau Federation, one way to save money is to decrease food waste. According to studies, families throw away one-quarter of the food they purchase. With more meal planning, smaller portion […]

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Tribal gaming grants available

  Sun-Gazette The Tulare County Indian Gaming Local Community Benefit Committee (IGLCBC) is seeking grant applications from interested special districts and local governments who can mitigate impacts related to the Eagle Mountain Casino. Senate Bill 621, which became law on Jan. 1, 2004, makes grant funding available to counties, cities and special districts impacted by […]

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Golden Opportunity

Anna Alfarez’s cookies have been the highlight of her kids’ birthday parties for years, but recently they played a starring role at a pre-Oscar party. Last month, the Lindsay mom was the talk of at least one Hollywood party as actors, producers, agents and rising stars raved about her Oscar-shaped cookies. “It’s kind of like […]

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Citrus Showcase to address growing concers in industry

“Contemporary philosopher, Oprah Winfrey coined the phrase about having an ‘aha moment.’ It is that moment in time when you realize that you have learned something startling that will influence you in the years to come,” said CCM President Joel Nelsen leading up to the 2013 Citrus Showcase on Thursday, March 7th at the Visalia Convention […]

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Jeff Scott is County Librarian

The Tulare County Board of Supervisors announced today that Jeff Scott has been appointed County Librarian.  Scott replaces County Librarian Brian Lewis, who retired on December 29, 2012, after nearly 30 years as the Tulare County Librarian. “Jeff’s years of experience with the Tulare County Library, work ethic, and leadership make him a great fit […]

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SHORTCUTS

Owners Mike and Jill Smythe (far right and second from right) do the ceremonial honors during an Exeter Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting on Feb. 28 for their new business TCB Tanning, located at 125 E. Pine St. in Exeter. For more information, call TCB Tanning at 559-592-5551.

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