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Obscure Dollar General plan moving forward in Lindsay

City Council accepts proposal to dedicate additional space at proposed future Dollar General property, still unclear when or whether Dollar General is moving forward @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – It is currently unclear whether Lindsay can look forward to a Dollar General store in the near future, but they are making some progress nonetheless. At last Tuesday’s […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for week ending October 26, 2019

SMALL GRAINS, OTHER FIELD CROPS: Late Black-eyed bean plantings are being harvested. Most summer row crops have now been harvested. Fields are being tilled and pre-irrigated for winter forage and grain crops. Winter grain crop planting has started. Some fields are being laser leveled for better irrigation. Alfalfa hay continues to be cut and baled […]

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Tariff relief from Japan amid China trade war

California’s citrus industry will benefit from Japan cutting tariffs on 90% of all U.S. ag products Kaitlin Washburn  @kwashy12  EXETER – Japan recently agreed to cut tariffs on agricultural and industrial products from the U.S. under a new deal between the two countries.  The agreement, which was announced by President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister […]

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Woodlake makes change to cannabis deliveries

Woodlake City Council waives first reading of cannabis ordinance amendment to include non-storefront retail By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN WOODLAKE – Woodlake has by all accounts been a Tulare County leader in the commercial cannabis market. And after California decided to broadly allow cannabis deliveries in cities, Woodlake decided to amend their commercial cannabis ordinance.  At their […]

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CalEPA announces ban of chlorpyrifos pesticide

The toxic pesticide will no longer be sold in California after Feb. 6 Kaitlin Washburn  @kwashy12 SACRAMENTO – Chlorpyrifos, a controversial toxic pesticide, was recently banned by the California Environmental Protection Agency, a decision hailed as a victory for environmental and farmworker advocates. “For years, environmental justice advocates have fought to get the harmful pesticide chlorpyrifos […]

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USDA suspends Visalia packing house’s license

USDA says Old West Export, Inc. failed to pay produce sellers for produce and then failed to pay again after ruling in favor of the seller @TheSunGazette VISALIA – A Visalia packing house’s license was suspended by the USDA last week for unfair trade practices.   On Oct. 15, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) […]

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L.A. investors buy land near UPS hub in Visalia

Japanese based YS Holdings Inc LLC purchases 38 acres in Visalia Industrial Park By John Lindt Sierra 2 the Sea News service VISALIA – Property in north Visalia’s Industrial Park is being snatched up, and nobody is letting it languish for long.  Japanese based YS Holdings Inc LLC has purchased 38 acres in the Visalia […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for the week ending October 19, 2019

Small grains, other field crops: Late Black-eyed bean plantings are being harvested. Most summer row crops have now been harvested. Silage corn fields have been chopped and await the fall winter wheat plantings. Fields are being fertilized and prepped for the next planting. Some fields are being laser leveled for better irrigation. Alfalfa hay continues […]

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Bell Craft rings in Exeter’s newest taproom

Exeter gives OK for new taproom at Bell Craft Brewing, set to open soon after making some noticeable improvements to building and outside drinking area  By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Bell Craft Brewing has decided they’re ready to do more than just give people a taste of what their brewing on E Street.  Exeter City […]

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