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Lindsay council budges on pot, still excludes retail

Lindsay City Council votes to put proposed cannabis tax rate on November ballot for manufacturing and testing cannabis businesses By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – While Lindsay prohibited commercial cannabis within the city limits over a year ago, city administration said there was still the opportunity to change course and allow for certain cannabis businesses. And […]

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Farmers and deputies work to deter theft

Tulare County Sheriff’s Sgt. recommends growers use GPS tracking, ID numbers and SmartWater technology on equipment  By Christine Souza California Farm Bureau TULARE COUNTY – It’s a busy time on the farm, as farmers harvest crops, apply materials and prepare ground for planting. But the tools farmers need to do the work of agriculture—including large […]

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Business Cents: The Retirement Mindgame

Provided by Garrett German What kind of retirement do you think you’ll have? Qualitatively speaking, what if the success or failure of your retirement begins with your perception of retirement? A whole field of study has emerged on the psychology of saving, spending, and investing: behavioral finance. Since retirement saving is a behavior (and since […]

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The Cal Ripken World Series is returning to Visalia next July

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – It will be almost a decade when the Cal Ripken World Series comes back to Visalia next July. They first came to town in 2011 when Visalia became the first host team to win the championship title. The Visalia Convention & Visitors Bureau (VCVB) announced the news last week. Every year the […]

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SoCal Edison warns of utility collection scam

Scammers pose as collection employees who threaten to disconnect service unless pre-paid cash card is used for payment @TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – Southern California Edison is warning Tulare County residents that thieves are continuing to target utility customers through an ongoing scam. “Typically, scammers pose as utility “collection” employees and threaten to disconnect electricity service […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for week ending June 30, 2018

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Corn planted for silage is almost complete, while some corn is beginning to develop ears. Sweet corn is being harvested and sold at roadside stands. Small grain harvest is more or less finished. Cotton continues to be irrigated and cultivated. Cotton is showing good growth on early planted fields. […]

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Svenhard’s Swedish Bakery lays off drivers starting July 15, contracting with Bimbo Bakeries to take over delivery services

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – Svenhard’s pastries have always been sweet, but recent changes in their business model are not so palatable to their drivers. Last month drivers were notified via text from supervisors and formal letters from the company that they were being permanently laid off on July 15.  Svenhard’s chief operating officer David […]

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Tulare County unemployment rate approaches historic low

Retail jobs added the most jobs with major chains Lowe’s and Autozone leading the way By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY – Tulare County may still have one of the highest unemployment rates in the state, but it continues to drop toward a historic low for the area.  California’s unemployment rate dropped to a historic low […]

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Tulare County plans to join 30 other counties in class action civil case for medical, criminal costs associated with opioid epidemic

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Tulare County will soon join a list of at least 30 California counties suing the largest drug makers and pharmacies for creating a state and national opioid epidemic.  Tammie Adkins, public information officer for the Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency, said she could not comment on pending litigation […]

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