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Around The Central Valley

Around The Central Valley

Alltech, the Kentucky-based animal feed supplement company has filed for its design review permit at the City of Tulare to build their new complex near the Agricenter. The city planning…

Tulare Gets New Bridge Funding

Tulare Gets New Bridge Funding

No Longer Town Divided With Three New Crossings Tulare received some good news this month. The California Transportation Commission approved the city application for matching funds to build a new…

Climate Change Promises to be a Hot Topic at 8th Annual Sustainable Ag Expo

Climate Change Promises to be a Hot Topic at 8th Annual Sustainable Ag Expo

Industry Leaders Discuss the Science and Policy behind Climate Change At Sustainable Ag Expo 2012 In Monterey Climate change is already having an impact on farming around the world. Agriculture…

Wholesale Gasoline Prices Drop 90 Cents In 3 weeks

Wholesale Gasoline Prices Drop 90 Cents In 3 weeks

Wholesale CRBOB gasoline have now dropped around 90 cents from the beginning of October to today, a bit over three weeks later.The gasoline blend is used in California.The drop comes…

Navy’s Mini Carrier Will Support Joint Strike Fighter

Navy’s Mini Carrier Will Support Joint Strike Fighter

Coming just a few days before the big Presidential debate touched on the subject of US Navy ship strength,the news here is that the Navy is not just playing “battleship”…

Valley Elderberry Longhorn Beetle Proposed for Delisting



Valley Elderberry Longhorn Beetle Proposed for Delisting



The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has announced a proposed rule to remove the Valley Elderberry Longhorn Beetle from the list of threatened species. The delisting will be important to landowners, flood…

California Had 91,000 Acres Of Organic Crops In 2011

California Had 91,000 Acres Of Organic Crops In 2011

WASHINGTON: U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)-certified organic growers in the United States  sold more than $3.5 billion organically grown agricultural commodities in 2011, according to the results of the 2011…

Solar Power Ramped Up at Five California Prisons

Solar Power Ramped Up at Five California Prisons

Discounted power saves tax dollars, curbs greenhouse emissions. (Solar panels at Delano prison pictured.) The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) today announced that solar energy fields that generate…

More Signs Of Recovery In Tulare County Economy

More Signs Of Recovery In Tulare County Economy

More Signs Of Recovery: Tulare County’s unemployment rate dropped to 14.1%, the lowest since September 2008 before this “great recession” hit.The rate dropped from 15% in August 2012 and 15.4%…

KELLER WILLIAMS LAUNCHES COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE DIVISION IN TULARE/KINGS COUNTIES

KELLER WILLIAMS LAUNCHES COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE DIVISION IN TULARE/KINGS COUNTIES

  Keller Williams Realty is expanding its operations in Tulare and Kings Counties by launching a commercial real estate division. The launch of this division will allow Keller Williams to…

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