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Friday Nights get light in Lindsay

For the second straight year the Friday Night Market in Lindsay has moved indoors for the winter. But, unlike last year, vendor attendance seems to be down. Virginia Loya, executive director of the Lindsay Chamber of Commerce, said there are only about 10-20 vendors in attendance for the first two nights of the Market on […]

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Down to Business

Lindsay Gardens plays hosts to Dec. mixer Lindsay Gardens nursing home will play host to an open house and Lindsay Chamber of Commerce mixer at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 19. The skilled nursing facility will offer tours as well as answer questions about Medi-Cal and Medicare. There will be refreshments, door prizes and networking […]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

Small Grains and Other Field Crops: Most cotton fields are being chopped and disked in an effort to comply with the Cotton Plowdown Regulations. Growers should remember that the deadline for having cotton fields in compliance is December 20, 2013. Favorable weather continues for both the harvest and bringing fields into compliance. The recent cold […]

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Tasting offers a wide variety of citrus varieties

Christmas comes early for citrus lovers every year because in early- to mid-December, Tulare County residents can head to the foothills of Lindcove and taste one of the largest collections of citrus fruits ever assembled. The University of California Lindcove Research and Extension Center (REC) is hosting its annual Citrus Fruit Display and Tasting event […]

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A Hand in History

Before coffee houses served up wifi and Facebook apps fueled social media on our phones, barbershops were the social hub of a community. Men would gather after work to talk politics, sports, fishing, hunting, cars and girls. While waiting their turn in the chair, or long after their trim, they would sip on coffee, read […]

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Pesticide training to be held in Exeter

Pesticide worker safety education is being offered for farm employees in Tulare and Kings Counties in both Spanish and English in Exeter. The training workshop will be held on Thrusday Dec. 19 at the Exeter Memorial Building, located at 324 N. Kaweah Ave. in Exeter. The Spanish session will be held from 8 a.m. to […]

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Down to Business

Lindsay’s Friday Night Market moves indoors for the winter months The Lindsay Friday Night Farmers Market has left the outside cold of downtown Lindsay for the indoor heating of the McDermont Field House. Last Friday, Dec. 6 was the first night of the Friday Night Indoor Market at the sports and recreation center. Now through […]

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Cost of Thanksgiving dinner down for 2013

The American Farm Bureau Federation’s 28th annual informal price survey of classic items found on the Thanksgiving Day dinner table indicates the average cost of this year’s feast for 10 is $49.04, a 44-cent price decrease from last year’s average of $49.48. “The cost of this year’s meal, at less than $5 per serving, remains […]

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Shop Small for Big Change

The U. S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is encouraging every American to shop small and make a big impact in your local community. SBA is a proud supporter of Small Business Saturday®, a day dedicated to supporting small businesses on one of the busiest shopping weekends of the year. This year’s Small Business Saturday ® […]

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