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Tulare County Farms See Labor Shortage – Could See Citrus Pest Restrictions Lifted

Tulare County Farms See Labor Shortage – Could See Citrus Pest Restrictions Lifted

Restricted Zone For Citrus Pest in Tulare County Could Be Lifted Restricted movement of citrus fruit and citrus plants out of 2 five mile zones in Tulare County as the…

Around Tulare County…Woodlake Wrestling Complex / More

Around Tulare County…Woodlake Wrestling Complex / More

Woodlake Wrestling Complex Moves Forward Woodlake will see a scaled-back version of the ambitious USA Wrestling project previously slated for Tulare. Woodlake promoter Bruce Kopitar’s 77 acre Twilight Park will…

Visalia Retail News

Visalia Retail News

New Retailer Coming Burlington Coat Factory, a national department store retailer offering clothes and shoes with over 500 stores in 44 states – looks like they are coming to town.…

California, Central Coast Home Sales Higher in April; Median Price Posts Five-Year High

California, Central Coast Home Sales Higher in April; Median Price Posts Five-Year High

Fueled by high demand and tight inventory, California home sales and prices both experienced strong increases in April, with the median price surpassing the $400,000-mark for the first time in…

New Car Sales In State Up 12.6%

New Car Sales In State Up 12.6%

The California new vehicle market continued its steady recovery in the first quarter of this year. New light vehicle registrations increased 12.6 percent during the first three months of 2013…

AG ROUNDUP

AG ROUNDUP

Its not just wine, beef, milk and fruit that are enjoying booming exports. It’s tomato paste too. Through March the US exported 2.2 million tons of paste compared to 1.95…

Large Medical Center Breaks Ground In West Visalia

Large Medical Center Breaks Ground In West Visalia

VISALIA – On Thursday, May 23, Kaweah Delta Health Care District hosted a groundbreaking for Sequoia Medical Center, a 52,000sf medical office building that will complete its west campus in…

Avenal Administrator Plays Down Valley Fever Problem At Prison

Avenal Administrator Plays Down Valley Fever Problem At Prison

Avenal city administrator Steve Sopp is playing down reports that a massive shift of state prisoners is underway because of recent Valley Fever finds. The SF Chronicle reported recently that…

Nuclear Resurgence Dims Due to Rising Costs, Low Demand

Nuclear Resurgence Dims Due to Rising Costs, Low Demand

from ENR- Engineering News-Record by Scott Judy In the span of a single week, the nuclear power industry’s hoped-for U.S. resurgence took a few steps backward as several projects and…

Challenge To Tulare Digester Project

Challenge To Tulare Digester Project

Neighbor Sundale Vineyards has appealed a county Planning Commission approval of an EIR for the Harvest Power project expansion. The project heard a few days ago will be appealed to…

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