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Container Maker Closing in Kingsburg

Container Maker Closing in Kingsburg

First printed Fresno Business Journal Silgan Containers will close its can making operation in Kingsburg as Del Monte winds down its fruit processing plant there. City manager Don Pauley confirms…

Sacramento Salmon Fall Run Looks Good

Sacramento Salmon Fall Run Looks Good

The Pacific Fisheries Management Council (PFMC) predicted last Spring that this Fall’s chinook salmon run on the Sacramento would be expected to yield 455,800 adult salmon coming back up the…

Ag Beat: Milk / Citrus /Eggs/ GM Foods / More

Ag Beat: Milk / Citrus /Eggs/ GM Foods / More

California August Milk Production Falls 5.8% Those hot August days helped reduce milk production in California in August by 5.8% compared to the same month in 2011 while across the…

Arctic Sea Ice Reaches Lowest Extent For The Year And The Satellite Record

Arctic Sea Ice Reaches Lowest Extent For The Year And The Satellite Record

Sea ice can take many forms, as seen in this image of Arctic sea ice from a recent Operation IceBridge aerial survey. Varying thicknesses of sea ice are shown here,…

Dairy Watch: Tulare Meeting Focuses On Possible Change To Federal Orders

Dairy Watch: Tulare Meeting Focuses On Possible Change To Federal Orders

Unhappy with the state regulated system that does not seem to listen to producers, the state’s dairymen centered in Tulare & Kings Counties are eying a big change that might…

Feds Approve High-Speed Rail Route from Merced to Fresno

Feds Approve High-Speed Rail Route from Merced to Fresno

Sacramento, CA — In a major step forward for California High-Speed Rail, the U.S. Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) has issued a Record of Decision that approved the alignment from Merced…

Gas Prices Finally Falling

Gas Prices Finally Falling

California gasoline prices are finally on a downward slide this week well after the traditional Labor Day decline in high summer prices. Across the US, AAA has reported gasoline prices…

LA Ports Cargo Volumes Mixed In August


LA Ports Cargo Volumes Mixed In August


Cargo container volumes at the Port of Long Beach climbed in August, the start of the “peak season” when shipments begin arriving for the end-of-the-year holiday shopping season say the port authority. But nearby…

Smart Phone Helps You Park….

Smart Phone Helps You Park….

From Kristin Eberhard’s Blog,NRDC “Have you tried parking in Santa Monica recently?  You probably found it helpful to see the electronic signs outside public parking structures telling you how many…

California Home Sales Down But Median Price Hits 4-Year High

California Home Sales Down But Median Price Hits 4-Year High

LOS ANGELES (Sept. 17) – California home sales declined in August but continued to maintain a strong pace, recording five consecutive months of year-over-year sales gains, while the median price…

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