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New owner to take wheel of Monarch Ford

Exeter’s Monarch Ford car dealership is expected to change hands next month if all approvals go forward. A legal Bulk Notice of the pending sale was published Nov.15 saying the sale was anticipated to be complete by December 5. The notice says the buyer is Michael D. Moore who has formed a corporation called Exeter […]

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Shop Small Business Saturday

Everyone has heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but have you heard of Small Business Saturday? Just as the holiday shopping season kicks off this Friday at malls and major retailers across the country and this Monday in online shopping carts across the world, the first holiday shopping day for small businesses comes after […]

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Down To Business

Exeter Christmas Open House begins Nov. 29 The Downtown Merchants Association will hold its 21st annual Exeter Christmas Open House from 5-9 p.m. every Thursday between Nov. 29 and Dec. 20 throughout downtown Exeter. The event kicks off the holiday season on Nov. 29 as businesses stay open later than normal business hours to welcome […]

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Ready to be a crafty-minded individual

If you love creating handmade crafts and you always hear people advising you that you should sell your materials, it is likely to be time to move into the world of cash. Like creating any type of home-based business, entering the world of selling handmade crafts must be efficiently planned out. There are a good […]

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Appellate Court overturns 2007 dairy ruling

California’s ailing dairy industry took another last week following a ruling brought in part by a Visalia-based non-profit. In a precedential ruling, Sacramento’s Third District Court of Appeal overturned last week a controversial Order that implemented regulations for 1,600 Central Valley dairies, because it failed to either stop practices that have polluted the region’s groundwater […]

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Twice the Deal

The one positive that may have come out of our country’s current economic crisis is that it forces people to shop local. Gas prices add a small percentage to every shopping trip from small towns to their larger neighbors, and with the holidays coming up, more people are looking to spend less on gas and […]

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Twice the Deal

Hertz debuts local edition in Porterville Manager Ronnie Wrest did the ceremonial honors during a ribbon cutting at the Exeter Chamber of Commerce for Hertz Local Edition in Porterville. Wrest said instead of focusing on airports, Hertz is now opening rent-a-car locations in small towns called Hertz Local Editions to serve a variety of business […]

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Tree, vine rootstock business growing fast

As more San Joaquin Valley growers transition from row crops such as cotton and tomatoes to permanent tree and vine crops, commercial nurseries feel the impact. An informal survey of major California nurseries reveals that for trees including almonds, walnuts and cherries, the availability of new purchase for plantings this winter is non-existent and orders […]

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Pushing the Envelope

The Downtown Improvement Project that forced the City of Lindsay to repay $1 million in misspent funds has been given an award for that same project by the same agency who collected the settlement. The Tulare County Association of Governments awarded the City of Lindsay’s Downtown Renovation Project with its Innovation Award less than a […]

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Nothing ventured, nothing gained

Local startups will get their chance to pitch investors from all over the Valley during the 7th Annual Central Valley Venture Forum. The Central Valley Venture Forum (CVVF) brings together venture capitalists, investment bankers, angel investors, leading startups, valuation executives, corporate executives, and community leaders to discuss economic and financial opportunities relating to the Central Valley. […]

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