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California Dairies acquires Hilmar Cheese plant

California Dairies, Inc. of Visalia purchases Hilmar Cheese Company’s milk powder facility in Turlock By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN VISALIA – California’s largest milk producer has purchased one of the state’s most state-of-the-art milk powder manufacturing plants. On May 21, Visalia-based California Dairies, Inc. (CDI) announced it had completed an acquisition of Hilmar Cheese Company’s milk powder […]

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Waste hauler reminds city not all recycling is green

Farmersville City Council discusses ways to educate residents on how to properly separate recyclables By Crystal Havner Reporting for The Sun-Gazette FARMERSVILLE – The idea of recycling green waste and plastics is not a new one, but getting people to properly separate them is an old problem.  During her annual report to the Farmersville City […]

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Visalia Chamber is now accepting applications for its 9-month Leadership Visalia program

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – In the Central Valley, where attracting quality people from outside of the area is a constant battle, where will Visalia find the leaders of tomorrow? They’re already here, they just need to build on their knowledge of the area by developing the skills to be a leader through organizations like the Visalia […]

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Visalia Unified holds informational meeting about Calif. Cadet Corps pathway beginning this fall

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Serving the military is like any other career, in the sense that the more studies and experience you obtain before graduating from school the further along you can start your career. Visalia Unified School District understands that many of its graduates choose a career of military service after graduating from high school […]

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teens can hang out in…’The Club’

Visalia Boys & Girls Club is offering a teen room with booth seating, hi-def TV, video games, a full-sized kitchen @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Teenagers don’t like sharing a room with their younger siblings on summer vacations, and they certainly don’t want to hang out with younger children they aren’t related to at a Boys & […]

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County trains public to identify elder abuse

Tulare County offers a no-cost “Signs of Elder Abuse” training during World Elder Abuse Awareness Month @TheSunGazette  VISALIA – Unlike other abuses, like that of a child or a woman, elder abuse flies largely under the radar. In fact, most of it goes unreported, leaving thousands in Tulare County vulnerable in several ways. With June […]

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Panel offers farmers a survival kit for new groundwater rules

Panel of experts hopes to answer questions farmers have about the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) @TheSunGazette EXETER – California’s groundbreaking legislation regulating the water flowing beneath the ground beneath our feet is quite literally uncharted territory for farmers. But come next January, farmers will play a major role in how groundwater levels are reported, […]

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Amazon customers will now have free shipping, easy returns in all Kohl’s stores starting in July

@TheSunGazette MENOMONEE FALLS, WIS. – Visalia may not be on the list of 200 Kohl’s locations that will carry Amazon merchandise in its stores, but it will be among 1,150 locations nationwide where you can return anything you buy from Amazon. Just last month, Kohl’s announced that all of its stores will be accepting free, […]

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Tulare County Crop Report for the week ending May 25, 2019

SMALL GRAINS AND OTHER FIELD CROPS: Winter wheat is being green-chopped for silage; some is being dried, with harvest nearing completion. Harvested fields are being disked and planted to silage or other forage crops. Alfalfa fields are making excellent progress; and being cut, dried, and baled. Corn continues being planted, and earlier planted fields are […]

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