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Financial Focus: During Holidays, Be Extra Vigilant About Protecting Financial Data

Submitted by Jaison Norton To help achieve your long-term goals, such as a comfortable retirement, you should save and invest regularly. But that’s only part of the picture. You also need to protect your financial assets in various ways. One such method is guarding your personal information – especially any information that could be linked […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for week ending Nov. 18

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Cotton is still being harvested. Fields are being shredded and disked to comply with Cotton Plowdown Regulations. All fields must be brought into compliance prior to Dec. 20. Black-eyed beans are being exported to Malaysia. Most summer crops have been harvested, and fields are being worked and having fertilizer spread […]

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COS helps employers with workplace skills training

@TheSunGazette TULARE – The workplace environment, with both culturally and generational diversities, can provide some of the trickiest situations. That is why it is necessary for employees and employers alike, to be equipped with certain essential workplace skills. College of the Sequoia’s Training Resource Center is offering Essential Workplace Skills training beginning on Nov. 28 […]

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Suncrest Bank expands to the capital

Visalia-based bank acquires Community Business Bank in Sacramento for $62 million @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Suncrest Bank announced last week that it acquired Community Business Bank in a deal worth $62.5 million. On Nov. 7, the Visalia-based Suncrest Bank announced the merger with CBBC Bancorp, the parent company of Community Business Bank based in West Sacramento, […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for week ending Nov. 11

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Cotton is still being harvested for lint and seed. Fields are being shredded and disked to comply with Cotton Plowdown Regulations. All fields must be brought into compliance prior to Dec. 20. Alfalfa fields are still going strong, and continue to be irrigated, cut, and baled. Black-eyed beans are […]

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Foundation donates $2.5 mil. for low-income loans

Non-profit credit union will use funds to provide reasonable rates loans in Porterville area @TheSunGazette FRESNO – A $2.5 million donation from a Valleywide foundation will help a local non-profit lender help hundreds of low income people in disadvantaged communities obtain loans at reasonable rates. On Nov. 7, the Central Valley Community Foundation and its […]

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Proteus, Inc. Board of Directors asks interested prospects to apply for two board vacancies

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – The monotony of everyday life can sometimes be a real grind. And sometimes it can leave well to do workers without a significant sense of purpose. As a result they look for more fulfilling opportunities outside of work. And just recently the nonprofit, Proteus is looking for applicants to apply for […]

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Exeter at epicenter of California citrus industry

California Citrus Mutual celebrates trade association’s 40th anniversary on Nov. 16  By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – On Nov. 16, California Citrus Mutual (CCM) will celebrate 40 years as the “Voice of the Citrus Grower” at its Annual Meeting held at the Visalia Convention Center. And while its title accurately describes the statewide representation of its […]

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Visalia’s old courthouse may become a snazzy hotel

Local developer plans to transform the former courthouse into a 1930s-esque luxury hotel By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – An abandoned building in downtown may became a luxury hotel with an appearance that could have been ripped from the pages of The Great Gatsby. That’s the vision of Matt Ainley, lead developer of Courthouse Square Ventures, […]

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