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Crop Row

Weather affects vegetable harvests Warm weather in the desert and rainy weather on the coast could conspire to disrupt supplies of fresh vegetables this spring. Farmers along the Central California coast say their vegetable planting has been slowed by winter storms. At the same time, warm temperatures in desert growing regions has meant an early end […]

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Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending March 18, 2017. SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Winter forage crops are maturing well. Some growers are starting to harvest silage. Alfalfa is making good growth with the warmer weather. Black-eyed beans are being exported to Cyprus and Korea. DECIDUOUS TREE FRUITS, NUTS, AND GRAPES: Field work in vineyards continues with: pruning, […]

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Down to Business

Exeter Chamber holds two ribbon cuttings in the next week The Exeter Chamber of Commerce will hold two ribbon cutting in the next two weeks. The first will be held at 10 a.m. on Thursday, March 23 at Vance Physical Therapy & Wellness, 511 W. Visalia Road in Exeter. Owner Josh Vance, a licensed physical […]

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Planning Commission: Equipment, quiet clash in country life

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN woodlake – Living in the country is one of the great pleasures of rural life in Tulare County. But not everyone agrees on what that lifestyle should look like. For rural residents, that might mean unobstructed views of scenic landscape. But for small business owner/operators, it’s often a place to not […]

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Rising to a Better Life

@TheSunGazette woodlake – There’s no better way to start your morning than a cup coffee, a pastry and a little bit of hope, the last one being the owner of Woodlake’s Business of the Year. Panaderia La Estrella owner Esperanza (which translates as Hope in English) Haro epitomizes the hope of many who have immigrated […]

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Crop Report

For the week ending March 11, 2017. SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Black-eyed beans are being exported to Australia and Korea. DECIDUOUS TREE FRUITS, NUTS, & GRAPES: Field work in vineyards and orchards continues with: pruning, tying, berm sanitation, and brush shredding. Some early varieties of stone fruit are beginning to bloom and leaf-out. […]

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By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN lindsay – The Friday Night Market in Lindsay’s downtown has become a great gathering for people and business to interact. The increase in business, also means more foot traffic and more trash and cleanup. And this year the market will see more vendors than ever before, growing the events 198 businesses […]

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Will JCPenney in Visalia close?

@TheSunGazette visalia – Two months after three department stores were spared from cost cutting measures across the country, Visalia is again wondering if it will lose one of its major retailers. On Feb. 24, J. C. Penney Company, Inc. (NYSE: JCP) announced it will close 130-140 stores and two distribution facilities over the next few months […]

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The Business of Service

By Amy C. Witt @AmyCWitt_SGN exeter – From donating funds to city organizations to helping enhance the Exeter community, it is no wonder why the Kiwanis Club of Exeter was awarded 2016’s Business of the Year. The club, made of many respectable individuals, donate their time and energy in making sure that schools, organizations and […]

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Crop Report

For week ending February 25, 2017 SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Growers continue to wait for fields to dry out sufficiently so that they can resume planting winter grain and field crops. The planted grains and field crops continue to mature at an excellent rate, reaping the benefit from all the recent rain, and […]

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