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New Car Sales In Tulare County Up 75% Since Recession

New Car Sales In Tulare County Up 75% Since Recession

New vehicle registration has revved back since the Great Recession in Tulare County mirroring a trend seen across the nation. “We’re not all the way back from the high during…

Log Beach Port Cargo Volume in August Hits 6-Year High

Log Beach Port Cargo Volume in August Hits 6-Year High

 Strong imports, exports fuel busiest month since 2007 Sept. 16, 2013 Containerized cargo volume at the Port of Long Beach surged 16 percent in August compared to the same month one…

Building a Wind Farm At Poly Canyon

Building a Wind Farm At Poly Canyon

With an eye to increasing renewable power generation at Cal Poly, the school’s facility department is preparing a wind study for Poly Canyon to test the wind resources overlooking the…

UC Researchers Help Growers Find Alternatives To Methyl Bromide

UC Researchers Help Growers Find Alternatives To Methyl Bromide

A special collection of original research on methyl bromide alternatives is part of the July–September 2013 issue of California Agriculture, UC’s peer-reviewed journal of agricultural, natural and human resources (http://californiaagriculture.ucanr.edu).…

Cal Poly President Armstrong Calls For Growth

Cal Poly President Armstrong Calls For Growth

Cal Poly faculty and staff began the new academic year Monday with the kickoff to the university’s annual Fall Conference, which precedes the start of classes on Sept. 23. Monday’s…

Rail Era Legacy: North East Visalia Getting New Road Connections

Rail Era Legacy:  North East Visalia Getting New Road Connections

Visalia’s historic road connections have been shaped by the railroad and it is only recently that that the town has pushed to connect dead end roads that have hampered access…

News Briefs Around Visalia

News Briefs Around Visalia

Rebid On Visalia Wastwater Plant Expansion? Visalia’s largest construction project ever – the expansion of the city wastewater treatment plant – has run into a snag. The ambitious project was…

Fracking Legislation Clears Assembly Floor

Fracking Legislation Clears Assembly Floor

from ACWA                                                        …

UFW Hails Higher Minimum Wage Passage

UFW Hails Higher Minimum Wage Passage

California farm workers to benefit from minimum wage increase says the United Farmworkers Union. Gov. Jerry Brown promised to sign bill giving the state’s lowest-paid workers a 25 percent raise…

Walmart Going Green

Walmart Going Green

BENTONVILLE, Ark., September 12, 2013 – In front of an audience of associates, suppliers and nonprofit organizations at its Global Sustainability Milestone Meeting, Walmart today highlighted its progress with the…

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