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Almond processor plans large expansion

Treehouse Almonds to add 255,000 square feet, hire more employees at Earlimart facility By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN EARLIMART – One of Tulare County’s most popular almond producers is expanding its operation. Treehouse Almonds is expanding its processing, packaging and storage facility in Earlimart. The company sells a full range of roasted and manufactured almonds, including blanched […]

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Aspen Dental helps dentists find peak efficiency

Dr. Sam Saab opens first Aspen Dental location on Mooney Boulevard in Visalia @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Doctors have a passion for practicing medicine but not for dealing with health insurance, billing and business practices. One dental provider has found the best of both worlds by having full control of his practice but having access to business […]

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Self-Help Enterprises’ The Lofts at Ft. Visalia plans to bring together history, art and housing

By John Lindt Sierra2theSea News Service VISALIA – A first of its kind mixed use project is being proposed on the site of the first structure in Visalia’s history.  Self-Help Enterprises (SHE) has won the bidding to buy the Fort Visalia block, 300 E. Oak Avenue in downtown Visalia, from the City of Visalia. The […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for week ending October 5, 2019

SMALL GRAINS, OTHER FIELD CROPS: Cotton harvest has begun. Alfalfa hay continues to be cut, dried, and baled. Corn and sorghum silage harvest is wrapping up. Black-eyed beans are being harvested.   DECIDUOUS TREE FRUITS, NUTS, AND GRAPES: Stone fruit orchards continue to be harvested. Some stone fruit orchards are being pruned and topped, and […]

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County home prices on the rise

Median home price in August rises to $250,000 in Tulare County, home sales see steep drop off By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VALLEY – Home prices reached a new high in California this summer. That’s good news from homeowners building equity in their homes but bad news for those still chasing the dream of owning a home. […]

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Exeter council sets hearing for water, sewer rate increase

Water, sewer customers are given the opportunity to protest rate increases at Dec. 10 public hearing By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN EXETER – If there is one thing Exeter has learned over the last few years is their water and sewer system is in need of some significant care. The dreary state of the Exeter water and […]

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East Kaweah sets hearing for GSP acceptance

East Kaweah GSA presents their sustainability plan to Lindsay City Council, public hearing date is Dec. 16 By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – California is just three short months away from a new era of groundwater regulation, and the public is being invited to weigh in. Last week the Lindsay City Council got their detailed report […]

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Lindsay finds new markets for chamber of commerce

Lindsay Chamber of Commerce works to reinvent itself after the loss of the Friday Night Market in March By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN LINDSAY – When the Lindsay City Council voted in March to take away the Friday Night Market from the Lindsay Chamber Commerce and give it to an outside organization, councilmembers implied the city didn’t […]

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EPA fines local company for minor violations

EPA fines eight California facilities $18,780 and requires improved chemical safety to comply with Clean Air Act @TheSunGazette SAN FRANCISCO – A local company was fined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) last week over minor violations of the federal Clean Air Act’s chemical safety requirements. On Sept. 24, the EPA announced settlements with […]

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Politicians, stakeholder support Newsom’s SB1 veto

The citrus advocacy agency said the bill would have “devastating impacts” on water management, Valley politicians applaud veto Kaitlin Washburn @kwashy12 EXETER– Valley politicians and agricultural stake holders did something that may seem impossible in the day and age of divisiveness, they agreed with California’s Democrat governor. Gavin Newsom decided to forego Senate Bill 1 that […]

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