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Valley News Nuggets.The Heat / High Speed Rail Station/ Birds Cost $1.5 Mil Delay

Valley News Nuggets.The Heat / High Speed Rail Station/ Birds Cost $1.5 Mil Delay

Extreme heat gradually subsided in the West says the latest USDA crop report Aug 29 noting the Midwest finally got some drought busting rain too late for most summer crops.…

Santa Maria Farmers & Farmworkers Assist In UC Pesticide-Exposure Research

Santa Maria Farmers & Farmworkers Assist In UC Pesticide-Exposure Research

A group of Santa Maria farmworkers has volunteered to participate in a UC study to determine whether they are exposed to hazardous pesticide residues when harvesting strawberries. The study is…

Feinstein to FTC: Investigate Spikes in California Gas Prices

Feinstein to FTC: Investigate Spikes in California Gas Prices

Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) today sent a letter to Jon Leibowitz, chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, calling for an investigation into recent spikes in the price of gasoline in…

Big SLO County Solar Projects To Energize

Big SLO County Solar Projects To Energize

The two sprawling utility-scale solar projects in eastern San Luis Obispo county are approaching their second season of construction this fall and both are targeting energizing – hooking the panels…

SCE Plans Central Valley Smart Meter Rollout In October

SCE Plans Central Valley Smart Meter Rollout In October

Southern California Edison officials are making the rounds in local city halls and county board rooms to get the word out that installation of new smart meter technology in Central…

Around Tulare County: Kings Canyon / Talking Trash / Visalia Airport

Around Tulare County: Kings Canyon / Talking Trash / Visalia Airport

Kings Canyon Entrance Station To Open: Kings Canyon National Park’s new entrance station at Big Stump on Highway 180 will open in the next few days.- targeting September 1.The new …

$56 Mil Projects Offer Tulare Big Boost

$56 Mil Projects Offer Tulare Big Boost

Who says stimulus is a bad word? If it were not for local taxpayer-funded Measure R and the Tulare County Association of Governments (TCAG) the City of Tulare would likely…

ASSEMBLY TO VOTE ON COMMUNITY SOLAR BILL

ASSEMBLY TO VOTE ON COMMUNITY SOLAR BILL

From Rewire If you’d like to use electricity from rooftop solar but you don’t own a rooftop to put it on, the California Assembly will soon be deciding whether or…

Foreign Olives Still A Problem For California Growers

Foreign Olives Still A Problem For California Growers

The Olive Growers Council of California  announced reaching agreement this past week with the major black ripe olive processors for prices to be paid to table olive growers for their…

Ag Update: Meatpacker Shut Down / More California Corn / Letuce Recall / More

Ag Update: Meatpacker Shut Down / More California Corn / Letuce Recall / More

California Farmers Plant 20% More Corn USDA says California’s 2012 corn for grain production forecast is 958 thousand tons, 23 percent above 2011.With the Midwest drought the state’s farmers are…

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