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Crop Row

Young farmers see promising outlook The future looks bright for young people entering farming, ranching and food production, said experts presenting at this year’s California Young Farmers and Ranchers Leadership Conference. The three-day event in Santa Cruz included seminars about finances and agricultural issues, plus tours of nearby farms and ranches. Organizers say the Young […]

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‘Big Apple’ business takes over Kings Canyon

New York-based Delaware North Parks and Resorts has won a 10 year concession contract to operate overnight accommodations in Kings Canyon National Parks beginning this fall NPS announced March 6. The hospitality company already provides service in next door park Sequoia National Park as well as Yosemite, Yellowstone and Grand Canyon. Delaware North will take […]

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Keeping Things Running

Lino Moran, affectionately known as “Mr. Lino” has been retired for more than a decade, but is still working hard to promote his hometown. Moran is no stranger to hard work and going the distance for his community. He began working in the orange groves before taking a job building concrete slabs for bridges at […]

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KDHCD launches redesigned website

Kaweah Delta Health Care District has a new, redesigned website (KaweahDelta.org) that is user-friendly and interactive for people seeking health information. The new website gives people an opportunity to take one of 15 free health risk assessments to identify factors that put them at risk for health conditions such as diabetes, stroke, cancer, heart attacks […]

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TULARE CO. CROP REPORT

For the week ending March 23, 2013. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Wheat, barley, and other winter forage crops continue growing well. Some grain crops, like wheat and oats, are now heading out. Rainfall from last week helped to add moisture to the soil, and warmer temperatures are increasing growth in alfalfa fields. Fields […]

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Ranchers Report

Ranchers report dry pastures Cattle ranchers in Northern California say grasses are slow to grow this year, leading to challenges finding enough forage for their herds. While last year saw a dry fall and wet spring, this year has included the opposite pattern—a wet fall and dry spring. Ranchers report seeing pastures starting to dry […]

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Townhomes take two steps toward completion

An abandoned subdivision of townhomes on Sequoia Drive in Lindsay took two more steps toward revitalizing the housing project last week. At its March 12 meeting, the Lindsay City Council voted to close the road running through the project, Alameda Circle, to public use and release the road and the only two constructed lots, along […]

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Small businesses can recoup revenue dried up by drought

Small, nonfarm businesses in the California counties of Fresno, Kings and Tulare are now eligible to apply for low interest federal disaster loans from the U. S. Small Business Administration (SBA). “These loans offset economic losses because of reduced revenues caused by the drought that occurred January 15 – March 11, 2013, in Kings County,” announced Alfred […]

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Down To Business

Owner William Stimple does the ceremonial honors at a ribbon cutting of his business, Visalia Remodeling/Simple Plumbing, on March 14 at the Exeter Chamber of Commerce’s office. For more information about the company, call Stimple at 559-594-1041. To hold a ribbon cutting, call the chamber at 559-592-2919.   Superior Court honors Judge Glade F. Roper […]

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