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Central Valley Community Bank Celebrates

  FRESNO – Daniel J. Doyle, Chief Executive Officer of Central Valley Community Bank (CVCB), is pleased to announce the Valley Grown For Youcampaign – an initiative designed to promote San Joaquin Valley agribusiness and encourage individuals to buy local fresh and produced food products. The campaign is taking place now through July 31, 2014 […]

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Tulare Co. leads nation in agri. production

  Agriculture is the lifeblood of Tulare County. The industry is largest private employer in the valley, accounting for nearly a quarter of all jobs. At the Board of Supervisor’s meeting on Tuesday, July 8 Tulare County Agricultural Commissioner, Marilyn Kinoshita presented the 2013 Tulare County Annual Crop and Livestock Report. During Kinoshita’s presentation it […]

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INBRIEF

Alice Gray appointed to new position Bank of the Sierra recently announced Alice Gray as Vice President, Director of Deposit Services. In her new position, Gray will oversee initial and technical selling of deposit services to commercial and municipal customers. Gray was most recently employed by Bank of the West as Vice President, Central California/Nevada […]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

  For the week ending July 12, 2014. SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Alfalfa is in all stages of growth and harvest. 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 corn continues to mature and some fields are […]

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DOWNTO BUSINESS

Exeter Chamber holds July 17 ribbon cutting The Exeter Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. on Thursday, July 17 for Cappella Coffee House, located at 132 N. E St. in Exeter. Sheldon and Kathy Logan purchased the coffee shop from Garth and Judy Ramsier. As new owners, the Logans invite […]

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CROPROW

Water shortages are effecting tomatoes Food processors want to buy more tomatoes this year to make into salsa, ketchup and other products, but water supplies and weather could cause the crop to fall short of the record 14 million tons requested. Overall acreage is up, but some tomato farmers have already reported water shortages and […]

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Lindsay reverses decision on parallel parking

  It isn’t often that everyone agrees on something in Lindsay. But at the June 30 meeting of the Lindsay City Council, business owners, church congregation members, community activists and concerned citizens were united in one respect – parallel parking is bad. In a meeting that was held specifically to pass a budget before the […]

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DOWNTO BUSINESS

VIP Pizza to host ambassador meeting On Thursday, July 10, there will be an ambassador meeting beginning at noon at Kirkman’s VIP Pizza located at 180 E. Pine St in Exeter. For more information contact the Exeter Chamber of Commerce at 592-2919 or visit them at 101 W. Pine St. in Exeter.   Chamber of […]

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TULARE CO. CROP REPORT

  For the week ending July 5, 2014. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Alfalfa is in all stages of growth and harvest. Higher yields have been observed in the early cuttings. Cotton is showing good growth, with fields squaring and starting to bloom. Cotton, corn, and Black-eyed beans continue to be irrigated and cultivated […]

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Utility scammers continue to target SCE Customers

  Utility bill scammers are once again targeting customers throughout the United States by phone and sometimes even email. In both scenarios, the scammers often request personal information and threaten to cut off electrical service if they do not receive immediate payment. Some Southern California Edison (SCE) customers have reported receiving these suspicious emails that […]

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