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Drought Cast Big Shadow As Ag Prices Zoom Higher

Drought Cast Big Shadow As Ag Prices Zoom Higher

January 25 Gloom Meets  BoomWatch out;Tulare County is being whipsawed by events out of its control, some of which are both scary and potentially exciting. Try on this little stream…

Some Optimism High Pressure Over California Will Break

Some Optimism High Pressure Over California Will Break

  Forecasters are for the first time this year suggesting the persistent high pressure ridge that is keeping storms away from the state will dissipate as we head into February.…

Tulare Hospital Census Continues To Fall

Tulare Hospital Census Continues To Fall

January 17 Figures are in for November and December 2013 for embattled Tulare Regional Medical Center (TRMC) and will be reported at next week’s district finance committee meeting.The numbers,posted January17,…

Restaurant Sales Up 3.6% In 2013

Restaurant Sales Up 3.6% In 2013

January 16, 2014 This will mark the fifth consecutive year of real sales growth for the restaurant industry despite a continued challenging economic landscape, aaccording to the National Restaurant Association’s…

Large Old Trees Grow Fastest, Storing More Carbon

Large Old Trees Grow Fastest, Storing More Carbon

JAN 15 2014 Trees do not slow in their growth rate as they get older and larger — instead, their growth keeps accelerating, according to a study published today in…

Governor Brown Declares Drought State of Emergency

Governor Brown Declares Drought State of Emergency

Calls for Conservation Statewide, Directs State to Manage Water for Drought Jan 17,2014 SAN FRANCISCO – With California facing water shortfalls in the driest year in recorded state history, Governor…

New Report Shows California’s Recidivism Rate Declined Again

New Report Shows California’s Recidivism Rate Declined Again

January 15, 2014 California’s recidivism rate is now 61.0 percent SACRAMENTO – The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) today released its 2013 Outcome Evaluation Report, the fourth in…

Package Delivery Firm Adding 70 Jobs In Visalia

Package Delivery Firm Adding 70 Jobs In Visalia

January 17,2014 OnTrac, a service offering regional overnight package delivery, is expanding its operation in Visalia says the company. OnTrac has leased 90,000 sf in the Visalia Industrial Park at…

Building Permits Up in Tulare County

Building Permits Up in Tulare County

January 17,2014 Tulare County officials say the number of building permits for both single family homes and commercial buildings increased in 2013. County records show 3,363 building permits were issued…

Central Valley Counties Get Millions To Construct Jails

Central Valley Counties Get Millions To Construct Jails

January 16, 2014 LOS ANGELES — The Board of State and Community Corrections has approved conditional awards totaling $500 million to 15 counties for upgrading local jails to include rehabilitative…

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