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News Roundup: New Tower Likely In Downtown Visalia

News Roundup: New Tower Likely In  Downtown Visalia

May31,2014 Kaweah Delta Not Optimistic On Seismic Waiver Request Kaweah Delta hospital’s lobbying effort with the state to retain the Mineral King wing for acute care past the 2030 seismic…

Planning Begins on 400MW Pumped-Storage Hydroelectric Project On American River

Planning Begins on 400MW Pumped-Storage Hydroelectric Project On American River

May 30,2014 GEI Consultants, Inc.,one of the nation’s leading geotechnical, environmental, water resources, and ecological science and engineering firms, announced recently that it is providing certain Owner’s Engineer services for…

Valley Gets First Grid‐scale Iron‐Chromium Redox Flow Battery in the World

Valley Gets First Grid‐scale Iron‐Chromium Redox Flow Battery in the World

May 28,2014 TURLOCK, Calif. – Today, the California Energy Commission on May 22,2014 joined the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to dedicate EnerVault Turlock, the first grid‐scale iron‐chromium redox flow…

Judge Denies Restraining Order On SJ River Water Release

Judge Denies Restraining Order On SJ River Water Release

Statement of Friant Water Authority Regarding Denial of Temporary Restraining Order on Water Releases To San Joaquin River May 28,2014 The Friant Water Authority has issued a statement in response…

Fall Midwest Corn Crop Looks Good

Fall Midwest Corn Crop Looks Good

Learning To Love El Nino May 27.2014 Above: 1 Year  Chart of Corn Futures for Sept delivery down to $4.66 today Good news for Valley livestock owners – Corn futures…

Central Valley Sees 46% Less Wintertime Fog Needed By Fruit & Nut Crops

Central Valley Sees 46% Less Wintertime Fog Needed By Fruit & Nut Crops

May 27,2014 By Sarah Yang, Media Relations | BERKELEY — California’s winter tule fog – hated by drivers, but needed by fruit and nut trees – has declined dramatically over…

San Luis Obispo County: PG&E Volunteers Help Save the Monterey Pine

San Luis Obispo County: PG&E Volunteers Help Save the Monterey Pine

May 27,2014 By John Lindsey Reduced Fog May Be Factor SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY — On a clear and blustery day along the Pacific Coast Highway, a group of PG&E…

Mexico Reforms Aim To Increase Oil Production

Mexico Reforms Aim To Increase Oil Production

Mexico’s energy reform seeks to reverse decline in oil production Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration May 27,2014 In late 2013, Mexico’s congress approved historic legislation that altered the 1938 ban…

What Drought? State Tomato Production To Climb 17.6%

What Drought?  State Tomato Production To Climb 17.6%

May 26,2014 What Drought? California Tomato Growers Expect To Increase Production 17.6% This Year California tomato processors say they contracted with the state’s tomato growers for 14 million tons of…

SLO Biz Pulse: What’s Up ….. What’s Not

SLO Biz Pulse: What’s Up ….. What’s Not

May 26,2014 Growing Passenger Traffic Heats Up Search For More Flights To SLO The latest airline passenger count from April at San Luis Obispo airport shows traffic up 17.5% from…

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