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New market to square up triangle-shaped parcel in north Visalia

Planning commission’s actions allow oddly shaped property to become convenience store with walk-up window By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – A triangular piece of property in north Visalia will soon become an independent market with a walk-up window. At its Jan. 14 meeting, the Visalia Planning Commission unanimously approved changes to a property at the […]

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World Ag Expo ready to show off 10 best products

@TheSunGazette TULARE – Results are in for World Ag Expo’s Top-10 New Products Competition, sponsored by Bank of America. The winners will be showcased Feb. 12 to 14 during the World Ag Expo in Tulare, Calif. A large and impressive field of cutting-edge, cost-saving, and resource-managing products were submitted for the contest by exhibitors of […]

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Farms explore new sales options from e-commerce

By Ching Lee California Farm Bureau Federation CALIFORNIA– Shoppers now go online to buy a vast array of goods and services, but for farmers and other food producers trying to harness the power of the internet to sell their products, e-commerce remains one of the last frontiers. That may be changing, though, as people become more […]

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Casey Creamer takes over top spot at California Citrus Mutual

@TheSunGazette EXETER – The search for California Citrus Mutual’s next President and CEO is over. This Monday CCM announced the appointment of Casey Creamer to fill the shoes of Joel Nelsen who is stepping down from his post and assume a new role within the organization. Creamer came to CCM last February after a national […]

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Letter to the Community: The State of Agriculture Leadership

Dear Community Friends, Development of the next generation of agricultural leaders is as important to California agriculture as the crops we grow that feed and clothe the nation and world. Today, like never before, the viability and relevancy of our industry is challenged by many issues including ever expanding regulations and a growing urban population […]

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Local credit unions allowed federal workers affected by shutdown to skip loan payments

@TheSunGazette FRESNO – When the story of this shutdown is recorded in history, it will talk of heroic prison guards who put their life in harm’s way without pay, services that went undelivered to populations who need it the most, and the ripple effect that led to layoffs at private sector contractors. It probably won’t […]

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Lindsay Chamber in limbo as Council seeks new Friday Night Market management

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN LINDSAY – Last week’s unanimous decision by the Lindsay City Council to accept proposals to manage the weekly Friday Night Market, has left the Lindsay Chamber’s existence in limbo. Between March and November, the Lindsay Chamber hosts the Friday Night Market bringing between 3,000 and 5,000 people to downtown every week. Hauling […]

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Crop Report

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Good amounts of rain have insured ground moisture, which continues to improve the growth of alfalfa and grain crops. Recently planted seeds continue to thrive with ideal growth and development. Field activities have been on hold for a couple of days due to the recent rains, and will gradually […]

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Fresh baked, grilled eateries coming to Visalia

Urbane Café and California Fish Grill to open locations at the corner of Mooney Blvd. and Beech St. at Visalia Mall By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – Two new restaurants will be bringing fresh-baked breads and freshly grilled fish to the Visalia Mall. The Visalia Mall recently announced that Urbane Café and California Fish Grill […]

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