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Local experts make for Impact-ful conference in Visalia

Visalia Chamber announces second half topics and presenters for Impact Leadership Conference @TheSunGazette VISALIA – The Visalia Chamber of Commerce announced the second half breakout session topics and speakers last week for its 2019 Impact Leadership Conference on March 21. In addition to the two keynote speakers, the Impact Leadership Conference will include a full […]

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Beekeepers feel sting of ag theft

By Christine Souza California Farm Bureau TULARE COUNTY – For some commercial beekeepers, California’s almond bloom ended before it officially started. Early last week, Tulare County beekeeper Steve Godlin of Visalia learned that about 100 honeybee colonies he was managing had disappeared from an almond orchard west of Visalia. “We got hit. It’s a nightmare,” […]

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DaVita employees have a ‘Way of Giving’

@TheSunGazette  VISALIA – Working at a dialysis center, the employees of DaVita Inc. are acutely aware of the toll that chronic illness has on the human body, especially those that are not fully grown. That’s why the employees at DaVita’s Vineyard Dialysis in Visalia decided to donate money to a local non-profit that raises awareness and […]

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Tulare County crop report

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Field activities have slowed due to weather conditions. Forage crops such as alfalfa and winter silage are flourishing from the additional water. DECIDUOUS TREE FRUITS, NUTS, AND GRAPES: There are orchards and vineyards being pushed and replanted. Crews are training and tying vines. Kiwi are also being pruned and […]

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Friday Night Market management still up for grabs despite late payment

Lindsay Chamber offers City half of back payment with promise to repay the rest by Feb. 27 in last ditch effort to keep Friday Night Market By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce is doing their best to make things right with the City of Lindsay with the traditional start of the […]

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Lindsay makes move on canna-biz, retail to follow

Lindsay City Council votes on first reading of new cannabis zoning and permitting while pushing for new discussion on retail  By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Lindsay City Council has been consistent when it comes to commercial cannabis in town: they would not allow it if they could not tax it, and they are not for […]

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Local leaders help make an ‘Impact’ at leadership conference in Visalia

Visalia Chamber’s Impact Leadership Conference breakout sessions feature local industry experts @TheSunGazette VISALIA – David Carr inspired thousands of Fresno State football fans to believe in the power of hard work by leading the Bulldogs to victories over some of the best teams in college football and being the No. 1 draft pick in the […]

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Tulare County remains in top five agricultural counties

Tulare County agriculture hauls in more than $7 billion in agricultural production in latest 2017 reporting @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – While nobody wants to be first runner-up, Tulare County will gladly take their $7.04 billion worth of agricultural production and 10.5 percent increase in 2017 over their 2016 value and enjoy it.  The only county […]

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Visalia Chamber seeks nominations for annual awards

Nominations for Man, Woman, Non-Profit, Businesses of the Year are due by March 1 @TheSunGazette  visalia – So much of business and individual commitment to the community is grinding without the expectation of a thank you. But the Visalia Chamber of Commerce takes one night out of every year to recognize business and individuals that consistently […]

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Lemons grow California’s export market

Lemons emerge as the new fresh market crop to grow the California export market By Jay Pederson Blueprints Magazine TULARE COUNTY – Citrus fruits represent the most important fruit tree crop in the world. This colossal industry encompasses oranges, mandarins, tangelos, tangerines, grapefruit, lemons, limes, and other related fruits with production exceeding 120 million metric […]

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