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Rural neighbors concerned with noise from dog whisperer

Reputable dog trainer Rebecca Corso to open training facility on Lort Dr. north of Exeter By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN EXETER – A dog whisperer is coming to rural Exeter, but neighbors are concerned her dog training facility might be too noisy. Rebecca Corso came before the Tulare County Planning Commission on Jan. 10 to request a […]

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CCM praises Governor’s decision to help fund fight against ACP, HLB

Gov. Jerry Brown issues budget that carves out $2.5 million to prevent the spread of devastating citrus disease @TheSunGazette EXETER – The pest known as the Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) is becoming much more than a mild irritant to growers. With their infectious Huanglongbing (HLB) disease’s devastating effect on citrus, as has been played out […]

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Financial Focus: When Do You Need a Financial Advisor?

Submitted by Jaison Norton If you could accomplish all your financial goals just by putting your paycheck into the bank every couple of weeks, you wouldn’t need the services of a financial advisor. But life isn’t that simple – and so, at some point, you may realize you need some professional assistance. But when? Actually, you […]

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Moose Dog Brewing will begin brewing American, English ales in Visalia this year

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Starting a small business is never easy, especially when you already have a full-time job. But that hasn’t stopped Jeff Wimp from following his dream of being among a handful of brewers trying to fill Visalia’s microbrewery district with beers made right here in Tulare County. That doesn’t mean it’s […]

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Business Cents: Refrain from Tapping into Your Retirement Fund

Resist the temptation — your future self will thank you Provided by Garrett German Retirement accounts are not bank accounts. Nor should they be treated as such. When retirement funds are drawn down, they impede the progress of retirement planning, even if the money is later restored. In a financial crush, a retirement account may seem like […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for week ending Jan. 13

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Winter forage crops, such as wheat, barley, other cereal grains and forage mixes, continue to be planted. This week’s rain will reduce the need for irrigation. As always more rain is needed in the weeks to follow. Shipments of corn seed are being received in preparation for spring planting. […]

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Scam Alert: New phone scam spoofs your own number

Scammers are calling residents and phishing for personal information @TheSunGazette FRESNO – A new phone scam has been popping up recently, but with a strange new twist — your own number is calling you. Scammers are using this new tactic to phish for your personal information. Hundreds of residents in the Central Valley have reported receiving this […]

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California quarantine restricts movement of citrus fruit, tree shipments as of Jan. 1

@TheSunGazette EXETER – In a battle with an invasive pest, California is forming a united front around its citrus producing counties to block the spread of a deadly disease that could destroy the industry. On Jan. 1, the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) implemented an emergency regional quarantine to more effectively protect California […]

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Sierra View Medical Center to build clinic in Strathmore

Rural Health Clinic is a first for Sierra View Medical Center and first services offered outside of the Porterville city limits By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN STRATHMORE – After going decades without so much as a doctor’s office, Strathmore may have two new health clinics by the end of next year. Sierra View Local Health Care District, […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for week ending Jan. 6

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Winter forage crops, such as wheat, barley, other cereal grains and forage mixes, continue to be planted and seed shipments received. Irrigation is still necessary to maintain growth of those plantings that have germinated. Rain is still desperately needed. DECIDUOUS TREE FRUITS, NUTS, AND GRAPES: Stored table grapes continue […]

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