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Svenhard’s sells Oakland facility for $8mil

For years Exeter has been anticipating Svenhard’s move to Industrial Drive, and after several delays Svenhard’s has taken a big step toward its June 2016 target date. Svenhards has sold its current facility in Oakland, Calif. for $8 million and plan to close escrow in 18 months. The Swedish baking company will be using a […]

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TCFB present 5th ‘Bounty of County’

Tickets are selling fast for this year’s Bounty of the County event! The culinary sampling in a casual country setting is hosted by the Tulare County Farm Bureau with local restaurants, chefs, breweries, and other artisans sharing samples of their best recipes using the bountiful crops grown here in Tulare County. The event will be […]

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Immigrants are one-third of Valley’s Workforce

Tulare County immigrants are beginning to garner a lot more attention as the threat of deportation looms larger for undocumented immigrants while legal immigrants become an emerging factor in future elections. The California Immigrant Policy Center recently released a new report “Looking Forward: immigrant Contribution to the Golden State” outlining immigrant contributions to California. While […]

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Green Dot marks the spot for loan scams in Valley

Tulare County could be considered the poverty capital of the Golden State. So when loan scams target the Central Valley and the state’s poorest resident, they are particularly harmful. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) serving Central California is alerting consumers of a scam that is hitting the area. So called “lenders” are making false promises […]

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Down to business

Deadlines are approaching for the Lindsay Chamber of Commerce’s inaugural Menudo and Pozole Cook Off on Oct. 4 in downtown Lindsay. Monday, Sept. 15 is the deadline to operate a retail vendor booth or to sponsor the event. Sponsorship packages include recognition on the event banner and are as follows: Gold – is $200 and […]

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Dojo kicks off new site

David Unger remembers the early years of his karate training in the backyard of his childhood home in Woodlake. David’s father, Marc Unger began the small school after parents requested he teach their children, “We called the sparing ring the ‘dirt hole’ because everyone would work out in that one spot it got so worn […]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Alfalfa is being cut, dried, and baled. Second crop silage sorghum is making excellent progress, with some heading noted. Sudan grass is being cut and baled. Cotton is showing good growth and still setting bolls. Open bolls have been noted in some fields. Black-eyed beans are in various stages […]

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Woodlake Golf Course stays in play despite subpar water year

Does Woodlake still have a golf course? Yes, but a subpar water year has left locals missing the green fairways of the once lush links. The loss of a water well, the extra expense of pumping groundwater has forced Hank’s Woodlake Ranch Golf Course to cut water use and expenses by letting the fairways brown […]

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Small businesses adapt to new world of work

Just as social media and mobile technologies are changing how individuals connect with friends and family, they are also changing how consumers and businesses interact. For small businesses to respond faster to change and deliver better customer experiences, they need to work like a network so they can listen, adapt and grow in new ways. […]

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