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A Glass Act Service

  Mike Weller owner of A Glass Act Window Cleaning has been squeegeeing windows across the Foothills no matter how high or how low for the past year. In May of this year, Weller celebrated his one year anniversary as a small business owner and is looking forward to many more years to come. Weller […]

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Opportunity knocks for rental scammers

  In today’s market, fewer people are buying homes so it’s no surprise that dishonest companies and landlords are now targeting renters. Your BBB is urging consumers to be aware of these types of scams when looking to rent an apartment or house. “Scammers often take advantage of people looking for a new place by […]

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Business growing in Farmersville

By Reggie Ellis Sun-Gazette After a vicious five years of budget crunching following the housing market crash, the City of Farmersville may see some positive sales tax revenues in the next few years. In the midst of budget planning, Farmersville Finance Director Steve Huntley said the City is projecting it will see an increase in […]

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Want to work more efficiently? Take a vacation

  NAPSI Perhaps one of the best-kept secrets for staying happy and efficient at your job may be what you do outside office walls.   Why To Vacation According to new research by the Society for Human Resource Management, employees who take regular vacations enjoy greater productivity, increased job satisfaction and higher organizational morale than […]

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TULARE CO. CROP REPORT

  For the week ending June 28, 2014. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: The planting of corn silage is almost completed. Early planted field corn is in the tasseling stage. Alfalfa fields are being irrigated, cut, and baled. Drying conditions are ideal with the current warm weather. Wheat harvest for grain is mostly completed. […]

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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 founding owners Garth and Judy Ramsier. As new owners, the […]

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Bling goes Vintage

  Sherrie Fry has recently rebranded her boutique Bling N Thingz to Vintage, a name that better suits the unique and intimate feel of her cozy store. Before clients walk through the doors of Vintage the beautifully decorated windows give downtown shoppers a peek of the treasure trove that awaits inside. Vintage holds accessories, custom […]

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TULARE CO. CROP REPORT

For the week ending June 21, 2014. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Corn and sorghum for silage continues to be planted, cultivated, and irrigated. Alfalfa fields are being irrigated, cut, and baled. Drying conditions are ideal with the current warm weather. Wheat harvest for grain is finishing up, and wheat straw is being baled. […]

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DOWNTO BUSINESS

Exeter Chamber holds June 18 ribbon cutting The Exeter Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, June 18 for the Exeter Food Pantry, located at 200 S. E St. in Exeter. The Exeter Food Pantry provides meals to eligible individuals and families in need. It receives food from a […]

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