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Taking the Pulse: Gasoline Down To $2.89 / State Home Values Up 25%

Taking the Pulse: Gasoline Down To $2.89 / State Home Values Up 25%

Wow! Gas prices have fallen to $2.89 a gallon at one Costco station in Lodi area – as the average price of regular in California continues to drop. The average…

Restaurant Menu Trends for 2013

Restaurant Menu Trends for 2013

The following came from the NORTH AMERICAN MEAT ASSOCIATION Lean Trimmings Newsletter and is an important read for North Coast producers doing direct marketing. TOP 2013 RESTAURANT MENU TRENDS The National Restaurant…

California Rainfall Totals Vary Widely

California Rainfall Totals Vary Widely

California rainfall totals have varied widely  in the state for the past 30 days.Beneficial rain has soaked Northern California helping to fill the state’s big reservoirs that help feed the…

Three Rivers Will Get Entrance Sign

Three Rivers Will Get Entrance Sign

The foothill town of Three Rivers will get a new 12ft by 8ft  gateway monument sign saying ‘Welcome To Three Rivers’ soon with plans to build the sign going to…

New Tulare Lakebed Solar Projects Include JG Boswell

New Tulare Lakebed Solar Projects Include JG Boswell

Some Call For Moratorium? Kings and Tulare Counties’ mostly dry Tulare Lake bed – once the largest body of water west of the Mississippi – is now sporting fields of…

Exports Of Fall Walnut Crop Up 6.6%

Exports Of Fall Walnut Crop Up 6.6%

This years walnut crop is selling faster than last year at this time with exports up 6.58% and domestic sales up about 0.6% says the California Walnut Commission. While some…

Citrus Farmers Deal With Psyllid Restrictions

Citrus Farmers Deal With Psyllid Restrictions

By Cecilia Parsons Matt Leider, supervisor for Laux Management of Porterville, inspects late-season navel oranges near their shop, which stands outside the five-mile-radius restricted zones created to halt movement of…

Hanford Farmer Dino Giacomazzi Receives Conservation Award

Hanford Farmer Dino Giacomazzi Receives Conservation Award

Hanford dairy farmer Dino Giacomazzi, a founding member of UC Conservation Agriculture Systems Innovation (CASI), received the prestigious 2012 Leopold Conservation Award for California in acknowledgement of his exemplary land…

Visalia Shopping Center Seeks Megaplex

Visalia Shopping Center Seeks Megaplex

Visalia shopping center owner DBO Development is in advanced discussions with three movie theatre chains to open a multi-screen theatre just east of Mooney at Cameron on the south end…

SLO Sales Tax,Bed Tax Revenue Climb

SLO Sales Tax,Bed Tax Revenue Climb

Hottest retail area is Los Osos Valley Rd says new report Sales tax revenue for the second quarter of 2012 was up 7.1% in 2012 after climbing 9.2 % the…

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