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Studies look at drought, food prices Food production from California will fall this year due to drought and water shortages, but how much will that affect food prices? Two new reports tackle that question. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says it’s too soon to know, but that the California drought could push food price inflation […]

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Come On In, The Water’s Fine

  During this historic drought, having a water-based recreation business might give you a “half empty” mentality of this year’s business forecast. But Kaweah Marina owners Brad and Jeanne Howard are looking at things from a “half full” point of view. And for good reason. The Howards officially began their fifth season as owners of […]

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Don’t rent out your identity to scammers

  In today’s market, fewer people are buying homes so it’s no surprise that dishonest companies and landlords are now targeting renters. The BBB of Central California 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 […]

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FHCN dir. is MVP of health centers

  The National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) has honored Dante Rosh, Director of Administrative Services with Family HealthCare Network in Visalia, CA, with the Elizabeth K. Cooke Advocacy MVP Award. The award recognizes the dedication and energetic efforts by advocates to generate public and political support for the strength and expansion of America’s […]

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DOWNTOBUSINESS

Lindsay Chamber holds April 26 ribbon cutting The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 26 for the Central Valley Farm Garden & Ranch Supply, 419 W. Hermosa St. in Lindsay. For more information on the business, call 559-562-2000. For more information on holding a ribbon cutting, […]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

For the week ending April 19, 2014. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Alfalfa fields continue to be cut and baled. The second cutting has begun in some areas. Irrigated oat fields are showing good growth. Dryland plantings are showing sparse growth. Irrigated grain silage fields are maturing and being cut and baled. Cotton planting […]

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Crop Row

California almonds crack into social media Looking to enhance their reach to promote their crop, almond marketers have expanded their presence on social media. The Almond Board of California recently launched accounts on both Instagram and Pinterest. The social media emphasis goes beyond the U.S., too. The almond board now has a Facebook page in […]

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Rooting for Health

  “We put a lot of love into this place” said Judy Fisher Gibson co-owner of Just Sprouted, and it is evident the moment you walk through their door. Bright and cheerful, Just Sprouted welcomes you in with the smiling faces of Judy, Janice and Janice’s mother Carol. Exeter’s freshest business, held its soft opening […]

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TULARE CO. CROP REPORT

For the week ending April 12, 2014. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Alfalfa is growing well with the warmer temperatures. Fields continue to be cut and baled. Silage and winter grains have emerged and are growing well despite last week’s wind and storms. Those fields that were irrigated during the winter are heading-out. More […]

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Lowe’s to pay $18mil for Calif. violations

  Tulare County District Attorney Tim Ward, along with 31 other California district attorneys and two city attorneys, announced today that Alameda County Superior Court Judge George C. Hernandez, Jr. has ordered North Carolina-based Lowe’s Home Centers, LLC, to pay $18.1 million as part of a settlement of a civil environmental prosecution. The judgment is […]

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