Welcome Guest! You have 5 free reads leftLogin/Register
Breaking News
You Are Here: Home » Business (Page 136)


Grilling season may feature more poultry With Memorial Day weekend comes the start of the traditional grilling season, and experts believe people will be grilling more chicken and other poultry products. The California Poultry Federation says chicken will be a less expensive alternative, as retail prices for beef and pork continue to rise. Prices for […]

Read more

General Store for Specific Feed & Farm Needs

  Unless you are old enough to retire or spend time in off-the-beaten path mountain communities, most people are unfamiliar with the concept of a general store. Made popular during the days of the Old West, general stores were places where you can generally find just about anything that can be stored – canned food, […]

Read more


Exeter Tire Service plans return to former location in June Exeter Tire Service is moving to its new “old” location next month. Exeter Tire Service will hold a grand opening on Friday, June 13 when it returns to its former location at 153 S. F St. in downtown Exeter. The grand opening will be held […]

Read more

USDA offers $1.5m to fight citrus greening disease

  United States Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced last week more than $1.5 million in funding to expand bio-control efforts to fight Huanglongbing (HLB), also known as citrus greening. This action is the first designation of funds by the Huanglongbing Multi-agency Coordination Group (HLB MAC Group) since it was established by Vilsack in December. “Citrus […]

Read more


  For the week ending May 17, 2014. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Oats, Winter wheat, and other grains are being cut and dried for baling. Wheat silage is being cut and stored for feed. Alfalfa fields continue to be cut, dried, and baled. Alfalfa is also being irrigated. Corn is being planted and […]

Read more

IT guy saves County $100K

  Tulare County Information & Communications Technology employee Ryan McArthur spent much of his extra time in 2013 fixing and upgrading the County’s financial hardware system, AFIN. It was a daunting task because the project was over budget and overdue. At the time, the AFIN project was not his problem or his main focus. However, […]

Read more

Visalia boutique sparkles with style

An Exeter native and former downtown business owner has returned to Tulare County. Janice Borba celebrated the opening of her second Bling Queen Boutique in Visalia last week. The Visalia Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on May 7 for the designer clothing store located at 611 W. Main St. The stylish store carries […]

Read more

Woodlake business wins ethics award

The BBB serving Central California and Inland Empire Counties is pleased to announce the South Central California companies as the Ethics Award winners for Marketplace Excellence: Ortiz Automotive (small business), Courtyard Surgery Pavilion (large business), Rain for Rent (large business), and Univision (Spirt Award) The companies officially received their awards at a recognition lunch on […]

Read more

Tulare Co. Crop Report

For the week ending May 10, 2014 . Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Winter grains are being cut and dried for baling. Some fields are being green-chopped. Oats are being harvested for cattle feed. Alfalfa fields continue to be cut and baled. Most alfalfa fields are being irrigated. Corn is being planted and has […]

Read more

© 1901 - 2019 The Sun-Gazette Newspaper | 402 S F St | Exeter CA 93221 | Powered by Wordpress

Scroll to top