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Tulare County Crop Report

For week ending Jan. 12, 2013. Small grains & field crops: Dryland grains and winter forage crops continue to grow well. However, many farmers are currently undecided regarding further planting. Dried beans are being exported to the Caribbean. Grazing-off of alfalfa fields has virtually ended, as growers are preparing for herbicide applications. Deciduous tree fruits, […]

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A Grape Snack

According to a recent snacking study, fresh fruit is not only the top snack food consumed in America, it is also one of the fastest growing. With fresh Grapes from California available through the end of the month, there is still time to enjoy this super fruit this season. The study results, conducted by The […]

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Small-businesses express cautious optimism for 2013

There’s no doubt that small businesses are a driving force in the American economy. And because they feel the shifts in the economy so acutely, the insight of small business owners can provide a real-time picture of what’s going well and where potential problems lie. The semi-annual Bank of America Small Business Owner Report explores […]

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Down To Business

Noodle People Thai restaurant opens in Lindsay Lindsay Mayor Ramona Padilla did the ceremonial honors during a Lindsay Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting for Noodle People Thai food restaurant on Jan. 14. Noodle People, owned by Sammy Lee (left), is located at 246 Elmwood Ave. in Lindsay. For more information about the restaurant, call 559-303-7793. […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending Jan. 12, 2013. Small grains & field crops: Dryland grains and winter forage crops continue to grow well. However, many farmers are currently undecided regarding further planting. Dried beans are being exported to the Caribbean. Grazing-off of alfalfa fields has virtually ended, as growers are preparing for herbicide applications. Deciduous tree […]

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United Way of TC names new executive director

Rosemary Caso, branch Executive Director of the YMCA, has been named Executive Director of United Way of Tulare County. Caso began her new job on Jan. 2, taking over from Exeter’s own Ernie Hernandez, who served as executive director for 26 years. Caso brings to the position nine years in early childhood development and program […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending Dec. 29, 2012. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Winter forage crops continue to grow well, with most plantings already sprouting due to adequate soil moisture resulting from the continuing rains. Field activities have slowed because of the recent rains but should pick up later in the week. All cotton fields […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending Dec. 29, 2012. Small grains and other field crops: Winter forage crops continue to grow well, with most plantings already sprouting due to adequate soil moisture resulting from the continuing rains. Field activities have slowed because of the recent rains but should pick up later in the week. All cotton fields […]

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Many happy returns

No matter how carefully you shop for the perfect gift, occasionally the item is the wrong size, an unflattering color, or it simply doesn’t meet the recipient’s desires or needs. To minimize the hassle of post-holiday returns, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) advises shoppers to ask about retailers’ return policies before making a purchase. Retain receipts until […]

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Crop Row

California leads winter farmers markets With the benefit of relatively mild winter weather and year-round crops, California has expanded its offerings of winter farmers markets to more than 280. That’s nearly double last year’s total and the most in the nation. The US Agriculture Department says year-round and winter markets lead to more stability for […]

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