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Climate Change Threatens To Worsen U.S. Ozone Pollution

Climate Change Threatens To Worsen U.S. Ozone Pollution

May 05, 2014 BOULDER—Ozone pollution across the continental United States will become far more difficult to keep in check as temperatures rise, according to new research led by the National…

Cal Poly Getting $3 Mil Loan For Energy Upgrades

Cal Poly Getting $3 Mil Loan For Energy Upgrades

May 5,2014 California Poly San Luis Obispo will receive a $3 million loan at one percent interest for energy efficiency measures at the university campus the California Energy Commission announced.…

Central Coast Leads State In Wine Grape Expansion

Central Coast Leads State In Wine Grape Expansion

May 5,2014   Allied Grape Growers report that the Central Coast remains the fastest growing region in the state for wine grape production.The grower sponsored  group in a presentation made…

Some Rain & Snow In Parts of State This Week

Some Rain & Snow In Parts of State This Week

May 5,2014 It’s a May surprise in drought suffering California this week with several storms bringing light precipitation to Northern and Central California’s Sierra.Tahoe snow forecaster  Bryan Allegretto says on his…

Morro Bay Council Will Weigh Site For New Coast Guard Building

Morro Bay Council Will Weigh Site For New Coast Guard Building

Embarcadero Could See “Fishermen’s Market” Plan May 2,2014 There is news on the Morro Bay waterfront. After years of talk here the US Coast Guard appears ready to pitch the…

Drought Impact On Crops

Drought Impact On Crops

May 2,2014 California Upland Cotton Acres At Record Low With California farmers starring at a nasty drought a first look at field crop intentions in 2014 shows dramatically reduced acreage…

Around Tulare County: Economy / Gas / Home Permits

Around Tulare County: Economy / Gas / Home Permits

May 2,2014 Brighter Times Ahead for Central Valley Says Economist Chris Thornberg, founding partner at Beacon Economics LLC in Los Angeles, spoke at the annul Sequoia Valley Economic Summit held…

South Valley Farmers Face Water Loss Next Week

South Valley Farmers Face Water Loss Next Week

May 1,2014 Instead of water from Millerton Lake flowing south down the Friant Kern Canal to irrigate  farms in Tulare County – water from the dam may be released down…

Cargill Fresno Expansion To Add 300 Jobs

Cargill Fresno Expansion To Add 300 Jobs

April 30,2014 A $50 million dollar expansion at the Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation facility will improve their 57 acre West Fresno plant adding 300 jobs to the 1000 person workforce…

Tulare County & City of Porterville Sign Settlement Agreement; General Plan Lawsuit Dropped

Tulare County & City of Porterville Sign Settlement Agreement; General Plan Lawsuit Dropped

                      Several years of negotiations between Tulare County and the City of Porterville related to land use and the process…

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