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Barista sprouts up down E Street

By Amy C. Witt @AmyCWitt_SGN exeter – Many of us need the satisfying taste of coffee to jumpstart our morning. We seek out the best places for the most delightful brew. The art of making the perfect coffee starts with the hands of the barista. She must be cautious to use the right combination and […]

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Bag ban is big change for shoppers

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN tulare county – It would be hard to find local people with more knowledge of California’s ban on single use plastic bags than R-N Market managers. As an independent grocery chain, R-Ns must track even the smallest fluctuations in wholesale costs to adopt to an ever-changing and increasingly challenging grocery industry. […]

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Chambers seek award nominations

@TheSunGazette lindsay, exeter – Local chambers of commerce are seeking nominations for their annual awards. The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for community members and businesses whom have exemplified “the spirit of Lindsay.” The annual awards include Man, Woman, Youth, Organization, Business and Employee of the Year. Nominees should be selected for their […]

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TULARE CO. CROP REPORT

For the week ending Nov. 26, 2016. SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Corn silage is still being harvested. Winter forage crops continue to be planted. Winter wheat and barley that was planted before the first rains has germinated well. This week’s rain will help, but more is needed. Fields continue to be prepared and […]

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Experience the Exeter Christmas Celebration

By Amy C. Witt @AmyCWitt_SGN exeter – Thanksgiving has come and gone and the Christmas spirit has begun. The streets of Exeter will soon be filled with the smells of coffee, hot cocoa and delicious treats. Colorful lights will glitter the streets of the charming city, with intertwined hands of their loved ones, residents walk […]

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Suncrest OK’d for acquisition of Security First

@TheSunGazette visalia – Suncrest Bank received regulatory approval earlier this month for its $18 million acquisition of Security First Bank. The transaction combines two local community banks with strong customer relationships in their neighboring markets of Visalia and Fresno, and approximately $457 million in combined assets. “We are delighted to have received the requisite regulatory approvals at […]

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CROP ROW

Wet October helps reservoir storage After California ended the first month of its rainfall season, reservoir storage has improved, compared to a year ago. Figures from the California Department of Water Resources show the state’s largest reservoir, Shasta, holds just more than average, as do Don Pedro Reservoir and Millerton Lake. Many other reservoirs remain below […]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

For the week ending Nov. 19, 2016. SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Winter wheat and barley that was planted before the last rains has germinated well, but will require irrigation if more rain is not forthcoming. Fields continue to be prepared and planted to winter forage. Cotton harvest is mostly completed and fields are […]

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Support local business and ‘Shop Small’ this Sat.

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN visalia – Holiday shoppers may subscribe to a “go big or go home” mentality when they wait in huge lines at “big box” retailers for large discounts on big ticket items this Friday. But a new movement is encouraging consumers to Shop Small. The day after Black Friday will be the […]

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Gyms continue to flex in Visalia market

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN visalia – A former beauty school will now help people get a full-body makeover. At its Nov. 14 meeting, the Visalia Planning Commission approved a conditional use permit to convert the former Marinello School of Beauty on Mooney Boulevard into the first location for Flex Fit Gyms. The 11,000 square foot […]

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