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New Dairy Princess crowned in Tulare

Reagan Bosma of Tipton selected as District 9 Dairy Ambassador for California Milk Advisory Board @TheSunGazette TULARE – Reagan Bosma was selected as the 2019 Dairy Princess for the California Milk Advisory Board’s (CMAB) District 9. The crowning took place before a crowd of 300 dairy industry members and their families and friends, on Friday, […]

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Vacation, Retirement: Different Goals Require Different Investment Strategies

Submitted by Kelly Stankewitz To achieve any of your financial objectives, you need to save and invest—that much is clear. But just how you save and invest may differ from goal to goal. Let’s look at two common goals to see the differences in your savings and investment strategies. The first goal we’ll consider is […]

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Casino relocation awaits Newsom’s OK

Gov. Gavin Newsom will play key role if Eagle Mountain Casino is going to relocate near Porterville By John Lindt Sierra2theSea News Service PORTERVILLE – The relocation of Eagle Mountain Casino from the Sierra foothills to the Valley floor near the Porterville airport in Tulare County is one step closer this month with the release […]

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Visalia steakhouse to become Thai eatery

Davorn’s Place will relocate across Willis Street into the former Bravo Farms Smokehouse  By John Lindt Sierra2theSea News Service VISALIA –  Visalia’s Bravo Farms Smokehouse, formerly The Wagon Wheel landmark steakhouse at 400 N. Willis in Downtown Visalia has shut their doors and will instead be leased by Davorn’s Place, a popular Thai eatery located right […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for the week ending June 15, 2019

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Fields are being tilled and replanted with corn, sorghum, and Black-eyed beans or other forage crops to be used for feed and silage for local dairies. Due to the cool/wet spring some cotton growers are concerned about their stands and considering disking and replacing with summer silage.  DECIDUOUS TREE […]

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Nestor Varela separates from McDermont, gets approval to open new gym in central Lindsay

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LINDSAY– The town of Lindsay is getting its own boxing gym. Nestor Varela, who came to Lindsay 15 years ago to set up a club, is leaving his partnership with McDermont to open his own gym. At the Lindsay City Council meeting on June 11, the council voted 5-0 to approve a […]

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Tony S. Mendonca Family will be honored as Tulare’s 2019 Dairy Family of the Year at June 14 event

@TheSunGazette TULARE – Tony Mendonca has seen the fat and the skim of the dairy industry over the last 65 years. Chasing work from dairy to dairy in the industry’s infancy, saving up to own his own dairy while raising a young family, staying alive under increasing pressure from environmentalists, and then teaching his children […]

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Preliminary figures suggest honey harvest from bee colonies could be up in 2019

By Christine Souza California Farm Bureau CENTRAL VALLEY – It’s a “mixed box” when it comes to beekeeper expectations regarding this season’s honey crop. Some beekeepers report that winter weather brought plenty of forage for honeybees to feast on this year, and others say uneven citrus bloom in some areas may affect honey production. Although […]

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Almond growers learn about their ‘largest challenge’

Valley farmers attend seminar to answer questions about water rights, regulations, and restrictions By Christine Souza California Farm Bureau CENTRAL VALLEY– Because trying to understand and comply with a multitude of water regulations takes up a greater proportion of farmers’ time and attention, the Almond Board of California invited farmers and water specialists to a […]

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Tulare County ready to make the ‘switch’ to solar

Tulare County government facilities estimate a $40 million saving in energy over next quarter century @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Tulare County is going green. Not with cannabis of course, but with energy. Last week the Tulare County Board Supervisors, county staff and community members gathered to “Flip the Switch” at Government Plaza. The symbolic light switch […]

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