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Farmers still assessing impacts of Dec. freeze

Crop damage from the string of blisteringly cold nights at the beginning of December continues to be assessed, and agricultural commissioners throughout the state say it will be weeks before the extent of losses is known. Growers note the cold hit early in the season, when about 75 percent of the state’s citrus crop was […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending Dec.21, 2013. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Most cotton fields are being chopped and disked in an effort to comply with the Cotton Plowdown Regulations. Growers should remember that the deadline for having cotton fields in compliance is December 20, 2013. Favorable weather continues for both the harvest and bringing […]

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Fat Boyz offers big New Year’s Eve party for little money

New Year’s Eve parties can be expensive. There’s normally a cover charge, your ticket price includes a pricey dinner or a long cab ride to avoid leaving your car at the bar. Fortunately for Lindsay residents Fat Boyz Bar and Grill has got you covered. Owner Gloria Morales said Fat Boyz will hold its second […]

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Bank of the Sierra selects new Pres.

The Board of Directors of Sierra Bancorp (Nasdaq:BSRR), parent of Bank of the Sierra (the “Bank”), today announced the promotion of Kevin J. McPhaill to President and Chief Operating Officer of the Company and the Bank, effective January 1, 2014. James C. Holly, the current President and Chief Executive Officer, will continue to serve as […]

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County closer to $40 mil for correctional facility

Tulare County is one step closer to receiving $40 million in state funds to replace the existing Men’s Correctional Facility and Day Reporting Center located north of Visalia. A committee of the Board of State and Community Corrections recommended today to allocate $500 million to 15 counties for upgrading local jails to include rehabilitative program […]

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Friday Nights get light in Lindsay

For the second straight year the Friday Night Market in Lindsay has moved indoors for the winter. But, unlike last year, vendor attendance seems to be down. Virginia Loya, executive director of the Lindsay Chamber of Commerce, said there are only about 10-20 vendors in attendance for the first two nights of the Market on […]

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Down to Business

Lindsay Gardens plays hosts to Dec. mixer Lindsay Gardens nursing home will play host to an open house and Lindsay Chamber of Commerce mixer at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 19. The skilled nursing facility will offer tours as well as answer questions about Medi-Cal and Medicare. There will be refreshments, door prizes and networking […]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

Small Grains and Other Field Crops: Most cotton fields are being chopped and disked in an effort to comply with the Cotton Plowdown Regulations. Growers should remember that the deadline for having cotton fields in compliance is December 20, 2013. Favorable weather continues for both the harvest and bringing fields into compliance. The recent cold […]

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