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Briefs: Governor appoints Tulare County Superior Court Judge; Exeter Chamber holds June 28 ribbon cutting

Governor appoints Tulare County Superior Court Judge SACRAMENTO – A new face will preside over court cases in Tulare County.  On June 1, Gov. Edmund G. Brown announced the appointment of Kerri M. Lopez, 46, of Visalia, to a judgeship in the Tulare County Superior Court. Lopez has served as an assistant district attorney at the Tulare […]

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Ruiz Foods recalls 50K lbs. of frozen breakfast burritos

12-count packages of El Monterey brand of egg, sausage, cheese and potato burritos may contain pieces of plastic @TheSunGazette WASHINGTON – Dinuba-based Ruiz Food Products, Inc. is recalling over 50,000 pounds of frozen breakfast burritos that may be contaminated with pieces of plastic.  On May 31, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service […]

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Are Your Beneficiary Designations Up to Date?

Provided by Garrett German Here’s a simple financial question: who is the beneficiary of your IRA? How about your 401(k) or annuity? You may be saying, “I’m not sure.” It is smart to periodically review your beneficiary designations.  Your choices may need to change with the times. When did you open your first IRA? When […]

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BBB issues an alert regarding Cashnowoffer.com which advertises to buy back diabetic test strips

@TheSunGazette FRESNO – A web site offering to buy back unused diabetic test strips is getting a prickly reviews from users and a warning from the Better Business Bureau. Better Business Bureau serving Central California & Inland Empire Counties issued a warning to Valley consumers earlier this month regarding Chicago online business Cash Now Offer […]

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Briefs: Adding seaweed to cows’ feed; New vote on farm bill

Project looks at adding seaweed to cows’ feed Under a theory being tested at the University of California, Davis, adding a hint of seaweed to cows’ feed could help reduce methane emissions from dairy farms. An animal science professor at the university will demonstrate his project this week. The research tests how a small amount […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for week ending May 26

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Corn is still being planted as weather and soil conditions allow. Fields are emerging and growing well with the warm weather. Winter wheat and oats are being cut, dried, and baled. Small grains are also being chopped for silage. Alfalfa is being cut and baled. Cotton is emerging and […]

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Bank of the Sierra adds Lompoc branch

Porterville-based bank completes its acquisition of Lompoc Branch of Community Bank of Santa Maria @TheSunGazette PORTERVILLE – Another Tulare County-based bank is branching out beyond the Central Valley.  Bank of the Sierra completed its $35 million acquisition of the Lompoc Division of Community Bank of Santa Maria on May 18. The Lompoc Branch is located at […]

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The Bourez family sold their country home to invest in two dirt lots along the railroad tracks to develop an in-town farm

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN EXETER – The phrase “I wouldn’t bet the farm on it” is often used to describe a risky proposition, requiring the buyer to liquidate all of their assets for one shot to make it big. But in the case of Darian and Summer Bourez, they bet their house for the farm.  In […]

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California citrus makes up $7 billion of state’s economy

UC Riverside study says industry employs 21,000 people and added $1.6 billion to state’s GDP in 2016 @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Known for their shiny rinds, sweet juice and delicious taste, California oranges are the most iconic representation of the Golden State’s appeal. They are also a bright beacon of economic prosperity for many Californians. According […]

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Suncrest CEO calls merger with Community Business Bank “transformational,” nearly doubling its assets

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Suncrest Bank, the only bank headquartered in Visalia, has nearly doubled in size following a merger with a Sacramento area bank.  On May 21, Suncrest Bank closed its merger with CBBC Bancorp (CBBC), the parent company of Community Business Bank in West Sacramento, Calif., bringing Suncrest’s total assets to $900 million, nearly […]

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