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Farm bureau claps for bravo lake garden grower

The man responsible for innovative techniques to grow blueberries in Tulare County and for creating a community garden that educates people about local agriculutre will receive a much deservd award tonight. Manuel Jimenez, a Farm Advisor with the University of California, Cooperative Extension office in Tulare will be honored for special contributions to the agriculture […]

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Tulare co. crop report

Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Early planted grains are reaching maturity. Dryland grains are browning, and some have been disked under due to the early dry season. Alfalfa and forage hay is being mowed and baled. Raised beds have been formed, and corn and other row crops are being planted. Cotton continues to germinate […]

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Sgt. named county employee of the year

Tulare County Sheriff’s Department Sergeant Kevin Kemmerling had a busy year in 2012. He played an important role in the County’s eradication efforts of illegal marijuana grow sites and helped launch an education campaign to prevent people from drowning. These examples are just a couple of reasons why the Board of Supervisors announced Tuesday that […]

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County contract lowers landfills, budget

Tulare County will be keeping more of its wood and green waste but wasting less money on finding ways to recycle it. At its April 23 meeting, the Tulare County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to award its natural material recycling to Fresno-based West Coast Waste, Inc. The contract price is $16.80 per ton with […]

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County bar association celebrates law of the land

The Tulare County Bar Association (TCBA) invites the public to join us as we celebrate the rule of law in a free society. With the theme of “Realizing the Dream, Equality for All” the Bar Association joins with the Superior Court of Tulare County for this week’s Law Day Festivities. Today, Wednesday, May 1, 2013, […]

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Proteus turns 45 with May 10 event

Proteus, Inc. will commemorate its 45-year history with an anniversary jubilee event to be held on Friday, May 10 at 6 p.m. at the Visalia Convention Center.   The jubilee will feature a no-host social hour, dinner, entertainment, dancing, and a tribute to Proteus’s history and customers.  The musical group, Sosa Sisters, and world-renowned illusionist, Joseph […]

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Realtor celebrates ‘dos de mayo’

J. Heaton/Coldwell Banker in Exeter has two reasons to celebrate this Thursday at its annual ‘Cinco de Mayo’-themed mixer on May 2. In addition to holding the Exeter Chamber of Commerce’s annual mixer for the month of May, the real estate office is also inviting the community to come see their new office. Don’t worry, […]

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Tulare co. crop report

For the week ending April 27, 2013. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Wheat and winter forage oats are ready to be cut for silage. Corn is growing rapidly in the warmer weather. Alfalfa fields are being cut and baled. Cotton is up and growing well. Deciduous Tree Fruits, Nuts, And Grapes: Fruit thinning continues […]

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Reclamation reduces water supply to 55%

Promising early winter conditions have turned into an arid late winter/spring and now are promising a summertime Friant Division surface water supply that will seem just plain parched. The driest January-through-March precipitation conditions and discouraging April 1 Sierra Nevada snowpack data have prompted the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation to make a big cut in the […]

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Come to Light

Sixteen years ago, Shawn Phillips was looking to slow down. A printer by trade, Phillips said the daily deadlines, impossible pace and extended hours were like a smoke signal of ominous things to come. Not wanting to get burnt out, Phillips tried to find ways to unwind. One of the most potent was puffing on […]

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