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CSET seeks volunteers to provide financial assistance

Regardless of how much money you make, there is never an easy way to tackle your taxes or navigate the mortgage market. And for those working multiple jobs just to get buy, they don’t have the money to hire someone to answer their questions. That’s why Community Services Employment Training (CSET) is seeking volunteers to […]

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Memo to job seekers: It’s not the economy, it could be you

Job seekers are growing increasingly pessimistic about their ability to gain employment. Nearly two in five job seekers (37%) lack confidence that the job market will improve next year, according to a recent study conducted by the Career Advisory Board, established by DeVry University. Hiring managers, however, disagree. Eighty-seven percent of hiring managers think the […]

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Economic confidence slips despite growth

The San Joaquin Valley Business Conditions Index, produced by Fresno State’s Craig School of Business, remains above growth neutral for the 11th consecutive month. Overall, the October index advanced to 51 from 50.2 in September. An index of greater than 50 indicates an expansionary economy over the course of the next three to six months. The […]

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Local co.’s install alt energy sources

Woodlake’s Visalia Citrus Packing Group is installing a 1.1 megawatt solar unit at their Woodlake Packing house this fall. The ground mounted units are being installed by Sacramento-based Coldwell Solar and are valued at $3.6 million in their building permit. The solar arrays will handle most of the power needs at the Ave 344 packing house […]

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County appoints Solid Waste Director

The Tulare County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday appointed Bryce Howard as the County’s new Solid Waste Director. Howard has over 30 years of Solid Waste experience and has held management positions throughout California.  Most recently, Howard served as Landfill Development Manager for the Ratto Group/Earthworks, Inc. with offices in Santa Rosa, CA and Vancouver, […]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

For the week ending Nov. 16, 2013. Small grains and other field crops: Fields are being prepared for winter forage. The last of this year’s alfalfa is in windrows and being baled. Some fields are being sheeped-off. Sorghum and Sudan grass are being harvested for silage. Cotton harvest is finishing, followed by shredding and discing […]

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Crop Row

Turkey farmers report good holiday demand The spotlight shines on turkey farmers at this time of year, and California-grown birds will be in high demand. Only 40 percent of the turkey consumed in California is grown here, so experts encourage people to plan ahead if they want to serve fresh California turkey for Thanksgiving. Farmers […]

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Major ag marketer to buy Lindsay Co.

Wilbur-Ellis Company announced Monday that it has signed a letter of intent to purchase the assets of Orange Belt Supply (OBS). OBS is a retail agriculture provider located at 25244 Road 204 in Lindsay, and has been in operation since 1921 servicing growers in the Central Valley, including many citrus growers. “We’re pleased to move […]

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Repainting Pride and Joy

A-Plus Custom Painting, a commercial and residential painting company located in Visalia, is proud to announce the winner of their 3rd annual Paint-it-Forward Veterans Home Painting Giveaway. Congratulations to Charles Steinman of Visalia, the 2013 winner. Charles “Charlie” Steinman served in the United States Army for 5 years during World War II, enlisting on March […]

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