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Woodlake collects almost $50,000 in cannabis revenue

City announces first quarter revenue from cannabis tax and expects it to grow, California brings in $74.2 million in tax revenue from in second quarter @TheSunGazette SACRAMENTO – The City of Woodlake is finally making some green after allowing retail cannabis sales in their downtown.  City manager Ramon Lara said the City collected $46,397 in […]

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Save Mart saves Visalians time with curbside pickup

Save Mart introduces ClickCart to four new locations including Visalia on Goshen Ave. @TheSunGazette MODESTO – Grocery stores are beginning to realize the difficulties of having a hectic schedule. Customers who are juggling three young kids and work, not to mention the growing list of errands every day do not have the time to walk […]

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Ruling may take effective insecticide off the market in California

Farmworker, environmental groups claim insecticide’s residue on food causes neurodevelopmental damage to children By Ching Lee California Farm Bureau SAN FRANCISCO – The manufacturer of the insecticide chlorpyrifos said a court order to ban the material does not require immediate change to uses of the pesticide, and that it expects the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency […]

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Regulations cost citrus industry $203 million per year

New report estimates regulations will increase citrus farming costs by $700/acre @TheSunGazette VISALIA – No one ever said citrus farming was easy, and in California, it will be increasingly difficult. A recent report issued by Bruce Babcock, a professor at the School of Public Policy at the University of California, Riverside, quantifies the impact of […]

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Lindsay lets voters decide on commercial cannabis tax

City places Measure G on November’s ballot, a proposed tax on future commercial cannabis businesses located in Lindsay By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – It doesn’t seem as if Lindsay is ready to let commercial cannabis in the city just yet, but if and when they do they want to be prepared to rake in some […]

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California Farm Bureau’s Crop Row

Report charts tariff impacts on fruits, tree nuts Retaliatory tariffs on exports of U.S.-grown fruits and tree nuts could cause economic impacts of more than $3 billion annually, according to University of California specialists. Their report looked at 10 crops—including almonds, apples, pistachios and walnuts—that have been subject to tariffs from China, India, Mexico and Turkey. The […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for week ending August 18, 2018

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Corn and sorghum are being harvested for silage. Alfalfa cutting and baling for hay continues. Cotton and Black-eyed beans continue to be irrigated and cultivated. DECIDUOUS TREE FRUITS, NUTS, AND GRAPES: Temperatures remain high in Tulare County, with stone fruit still being picked in high volumes for domestic and […]

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Housing affordability hits a decade low in Tulare County

California Association of Realtors says only 65% of households can afford an entry level home By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY – The number of families who can afford to buy a home in Tulare County is at a low for the decade since the housing market crashed.  According to a report released earlier this month […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for week ending Aug. 11, 2018

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Corn and sorghum is in various stages of growth. Some corn and sorghum are beginning to be harvested for silage. Cotton and black-eyed beans continue to be irrigated and cultivated. Alfalfa is being cut, dried, and baled. DECIDUOUS TREE FRUITS, NUTS, AND GRAPES: With high mid-summer temperatures, stone fruit […]

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College of the Sequoias to provide training for Valley workers at Faraday Future plant in Hanford

@TheSunGazette TULARE — College of the Sequoias is training workers for the jobs of the future, Faraday Future to be exact. College of Sequoias (COS) Training Resource Center will be providing Essential Skills training at its Hanford Center facility to new employees at Faraday Future, a California technology company developing intelligent electric vehicles. Faraday, which is […]

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