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BBB suggests smart shopping tips for the holidays

Holiday spending is expected to shatter previous records @TheSunGazette FRESNO – The holiday shopping season is right around the corner, which means consumers will be out in full force looking for the perfect gifts for their loved ones for the next month. But there are some things to consider before perusing the net for just the […]

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Agriculture gets easier with unmanned labor

Crinklaw farm services inc., CFS, LP unveil the first unmanned agricultural orchard sprayer @TheSunGazette FRESNO – The work of the American farmer has revolutionized global agriculture. From the soil to the breed of crops things have definitely trended towards greater yields. And now farmers might be able to increase efficiency with the new Global Unmanned […]

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Business Cents: What Expenses Could Change When You Retire?

Provided by Garrett German Your retirement may seem near at hand or far away, but one thing is certain: your future will differ from your present. Financially, that fact is worth remembering. Some of the costs you have paid regularly all these years may suddenly decrease or fade away. Others may increase. Will your insurance […]

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Dollar General opens in Farmersville, grand opening Dec. 2

Newest store in Farmersville opens at 1425 N. Farmersville Boulevard @TheSunGazette  GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. – Residents in Farmersville can eat well while saving some cash with the opening of their newest dollar store. In its new location at 1425 N. Farmersville Blvd., Dollar General will offer area residents a convenient new place to shop for everyday essentials […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for week ending Nov. 25

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Cotton harvest is coming to an end. Fields are being shredded and disked to comply with Cotton Plowdown Regulations. All fields must be brought into compliance prior to December 20th . Black-eyed beans are being exported to Argentina. Fields are being worked and having fertilizer spread for winter planting. […]

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The Rock Yard Tavern in Exeter schedules grand opening for the weekend after Thanksgiving

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – There have been some major changes afoot when it comes to downtown Exeter. Just last month, Pine Street welcomed the Exeter Coffee Company, earlier this year Snap Fitness relocated to their new and improved space and, in its latest change, Exeter is now a two-bar town. With the opening of […]

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Exeter businesses, Chamber of Commerce look past Black Friday to Shop Small Saturday

@TheSunGazette EXETER – After the hustle and bustle of Black Friday shopping, many consumers will turn their attention to small, local businesses on Saturday, Nov. 25 to celebrate Small Business Saturday. Small Business Saturday was founded in 2010 by American Express, which caters its services to small business accounts, and has since turned into an annual tradition […]

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Tulare County Board of Supervisors allocated $250,000 to prevent ACP infestation

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN VISALIA – The Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) that transmits the citrus killing disease Huanglongbing (HLB) has decimated Florida’s citrus industry by nearly two-thirds. It has made its way through Texas and has arrived in force in southern California. According to a Tulare County Board of Supervisors staff report the disease has placed agriculture […]

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California Department of Regulation adopts rules on agricultural pesticide use near schools and daycare centers

@TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO – Growers and Ag managers are going to have to watch when, where and how they spray pesticides starting Jan 1. Just recently the California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) has adopted new rules intended to further protect young students from pesticide exposure. The rules regulate the use of agricultural pesticides near schools […]

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Business Cents: Will You Be Prepared When the Market Cools Off?

Submitted by Garrett German We have seen a tremendous rally on Wall Street, nearly nine months long, with the S&P 500, Nasdaq Composite, and Dow Jones Industrial Average repeatedly settling at all-time peaks. Investors are delighted by what they have witnessed. Have they become irrationally exuberant? The major indices do not always rise. That obvious […]

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