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Lindsay Awards 2016: One Smart ‘Cookie’

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN lindsay – Sixty percent of restaurants close in the first three years of business. Even fewer restaurant owners make a successful return to the industry after closing. Probably no restaurant has ever closed and come back more than a decade later to become the best business in town. But none of […]

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Lindsay Awards 2016: Personal touch to insurance

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN lindsay – Since opening up her own insurance business in June of 2016 Seferina Villareal has brought home the hardware as she received the New Business of the Year award on Jan. 28 at the Lindsay Chamber of Commerce awards dinner. “It was very shocking especially just starting the business but […]

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Farm Show at 50

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN tulare – In the dead of winter, after the deafening sounds of wind machines die down, the engines of tractors sit still and as crops lie dormant, farmers and ranches in Tulare County join their foreign yet familiar counterparts in Tulare to begin the work of spring. For the last 50 […]

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Exeter Chamber corrals ride for Ag Expo

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN exeter – The World Ag Expo comes to Tulare County once a year. And for three days people from all over the world flood in to the county to learn about the latest and greatest technology to hit the farming industry. The only problem… parking. For fifty years now the Expo […]

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Top-10 New Products: The Cutting Edge of Ag

@TheSunGazette tulare – Results are in for World Ag Expo’s Top-10 New Products Competition, sponsored by Bank of America. The winners will be showcased Feb. 14-16 during the 50th anniversary of World Ag Expo in Tulare. A group of judges made up of farmers, ranchers and industry professionals selected the Top-10 New Products. Afimilk AfiAct […]

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USDA postpones lemon imports

@TheSunGazette exeter – President Donald Trump has kept his campaign promise to protect domestic business interests from bad trade deals for at least one local business interest. Last week, Exeter based California Citrus Mutual (CCM) applauded the Trump Administration for postponing a decision to allow Argentine lemons into the country. On Jan. 20, the U.S. Department […]

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Crop Report

For the week ending Jan. 28, 2017. SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Growers continue to wait for fields to dry out in order to resume winter grain and field crop planting. The planted grains and field crops continue to mature at an excellent rate, reaping the benefit from all the recent rain. Sorghum seed […]

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Take a little work in the park

By Amy C. Witt @AmyCWitt_SGN visalia – Have you ever dreamed of working in a national park? How about for our Sequoia and Kings Canyon Sequoia Parks? Well, if you love nature, have an interest, experience or education in biology, sciences, or geology, the opportunity is here. Today, Feb. 1, nature enthusiast and job seekers […]

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Two districts return to Friant Water Authority

@TheSunGazette lindsay – During its first Board of Directors meeting of the year today, the Friant Water Authority (FWA) approved the addition of two member districts, and welcomed three new officers to positions on the Board. During the meeting, the Board approved membership agreements for Madera Irrigation District and Hills Valley Irrigation District. Both districts […]

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Time to Gather Your Investment Tax Forms

By Jaison Norton The holidays are now a month behind us, which means it’s about time for another season: Tax Season. While you may not find it particularly festive, you can get through this season with a minimum of stress – if you’re organized. That means, among other things, you’ll need to gather the correct […]

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