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Tulare Co. Crop Report

For the week ending Aug. 31, 2013. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Alfalfa is being cut and baled. Cotton bloom is over. About 5% of the bolls are open. Nitrogen is being injected into the ground for corn. Black-eye beans are in various stages of development, with some pods drying and some still developing. […]

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Crop Row

Rim Fire kills cattle, destroys timber As firefighters work to slow the Rim Fire in the Sierra Nevada, ranchers and timberland owners try to assess the extent of their losses. Cattle ranchers rescued as many of their animals as possible, but know that some perished in the flames. The fire also destroyed grazing lands, and […]

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Down to Business

Exeter Chamber holds Sept. 5 ribbon cutting The Exeter Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 5 at Schroth Park for the exercise equipment installed by Exeter Community Services. The equipment was purchased by the Exeter Lions Club through a generous donation by the James G. Boswell Foundation. […]

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More cities planning to see ‘Dollar’ signs

Fast growing retailer Dollar General will build a new store in Exeter on Visalia Road adding to their string of new stores in the Tulare County orange belt area. The company is seeking a a conditional use permit from the Exeter Planning Commission at their next meeting September 19, says planner Greg Collins. “They want […]

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Well in hands

When Tami Flowers reopened her massage business in Exeter less than two years ago, she was surprised by two things – how quickly her clients came back and how much rent had risen during her four-year hiatus from the business. “Things were going well in Exeter but the rent meant there was little left over,” […]

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F’ville plants seed for industrial park

For years Farmersville has been trying to attract a major retailer to anchor the east side of Farmersville Boulevard and the City’s entrance into town off Highway 198. And while there hasn’t been much activity on that front, there is a lot going on across the street. On Aug. 16, the City of Farmersville opened […]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Beans, silage corn and Sudan grass are showing good growth. Black-eyed bean fields are continuing to mature. Early plantings of Silage corn are being harvested, and Sudan grass cutting and baling continues. Alfalfa fields continue to be cut and baled. Cotton fields are maturing, and showing increased boll set. […]

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Crop Row

Emergency planning can save animals With wildfires burning in California, animal-welfare specialists remind farmers and ranchers to be ready with emergency plans for their livestock. The California Animal Response Emergency System—or CARES—helps plan for fires, floods, earthquakes and other disasters. The program provides resources for individuals, businesses, shelters and emergency officials in planning to care […]

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Down to Business

Lindsay Chamber holds Sept. 12 ribbon cutting The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 4 at El Palmar restaurant, located at 109 W. Main St. in Pixley. The Lindsay Chamber is asking the community to support the opening of the Lindsay-based restaurant’s second location. There will […]

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Cutting out

After 42 years of providing Exeter with the best meats and sausage in town, Joe and Pat Luiz retired on Aug. 9. The couple sold its Exeter Meats and Processing on Palm Street to a young couple interested in carrying on the tradition of butchering, cutting and sausage making that has made the business a […]

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