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CCM finds flaws in tariff relief programs

California Citrus Mutual issues statements on fed’s $12 billion relief measure for those affected by increased tariffs @TheSunGazette EXETER – The White House proposal to give $12 billion in relief to U.S. farmers to offset losses resulting from the ongoing trade debate has left California Citrus Mutual (CCM), a citrus producers’ voluntary membership trade association, […]

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Tulare County ‘aggressive’ in removing abandoned citrus, limiting ACP

Assistant ag commissioner Tom Tucker implements abandoned citrus abatement program in effort to fight ACP and HLB @TheSunGazette EXETER – California Citrus Mutual (CCM) issued a statement last week praising Tulare County’s efforts in limiting the infestation of the Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) and preventing the introduction of the fatal tree disease huanglongbing (HLB).  In […]

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Should You Pay Off Your Home Before You Retire?

Provided by Garrett German  Should you own your home free and clear before you retire? At first glance, the answer would seem to be “absolutely, if at all possible.” Retiring with less debt … isn’t that a good thing? Why not make a few extra mortgage payments to get the job done? In reality, things […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for the week ending July 28, 2018

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Cotton continues to be irrigated, cultivated, and growing well. Alfalfa fields are making steady progress; and being irrigated, cut, and baled. Corn for silage continues to grow and will soon be ready for harvest. DECIDUOUS TREE FRUITS, NUTS, AND GRAPES: Stone fruit season continues with a busy demand for […]

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CDFA holds public comment for water efficiency and healthy soils

Tulare County, Central Valley farmers and industry stakeholders will have the opportunity to comment on draft grant applications Sept. 4 in Fresno @TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO – Early next month the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) will be accepting public comment on draft requests for grant applications. Specifically they are accepting comment on the State […]

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Visalia DMV is among 60 field offices that will begin offering Saturday service hours on Aug. 4

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – The line at the DMV in Visalia may get a little shorter thanks to new Saturday hours beginning next month. The Visalia DMV will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. every Saturday beginning Aug. 4. Five other field offices in the Central Valley – Bakersfield, Clovis, Fresno (Olive Avenue), Merced, and Modesto – will also begin […]

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Visalia City Council to consider new hours, rules for food trucks in Industrial Park, East Downtown and East Main Street at its Aug. 6 meeting

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Food trucks have evolved from roach coaches to gourmet meals on wheels in the last decade, and while tastes, attitudes and perceptions about food trucks have changed, local laws are a little behind the curve. The City of Visalia is hoping to change that next month when they consider a […]

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CalCom Solar is now CalCom Energy to include new focus on water, energy and food

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – A Visalia-based solar company changed its name last month to reflect its rapid growth into other natural resource industries including water, energy and food. CalCom Solar launched its new name CalCom Energy, as well as a new web site and identity in July, more aptly reflecting the company’s focus on providing integrated energy solutions […]

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WalletHub.com ranks Visalia 135th overall of 300 cities across the nation for affordability, real estate market and quality of life

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Visalia was recently ranked in the top half of cities listed as the best places for first-time homebuyers, not just in California, but across the nation. WalletHub, personal finance web site offering analysis to consumers, compared 300 cities of varying sizes across 27 key indicators of market attractiveness, affordability and quality of life. […]

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The Retirement Gender Gap

Provided by Garrett German What is the retirement outlook for the average fifty-something working woman? As a generalization, less sunny than that of a man in her age group. Most middle-class retirees get their income from three sources. An influential 2016 National Institute on Retirement Security study called them the “three-legged stool” of retirement. Social […]

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