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Morro Bay Opposes Wave Park Plans

Morro Bay Opposes Wave Park Plans

September 26,2014 With the urging of the towns fishermen Morro Bay has opposed proposed locations for a wave park of the Central Coast by Dynegy, owner of the shuttered Morro…

Ag Beat: Drought Cuts Field Crop Acreage / More

Ag Beat: Drought Cuts Field Crop Acreage / More

Sundale Vineyard Plan Major Cold Storage Expansion Sundale Vineyards is seeking a Special Use Permit for a project on the west side of Road 140, approximately 1,800 feet south of…

Around Tulare County

Around Tulare County

September 25,2014 Visalia Hotels Do Well In August Visalia metro region hotels were busier in August with occupancy year over year climbing by 3 percent. Hotels recorded a 77.6% occupancy…

Central California To Get Largest Battery Energy Storage Project in North America

Central California To Get Largest Battery Energy Storage Project in North America

Tehachapi Energy Storage Project, partially funded by the Department of Energy, aims to modernize the grid to integrate more clean energy. ROSEMEAD, Calif., Sept. 24, 2014 — For Southern California…

Expand Psyllid Quarantine Countywide Says Top Tulare County Ag Official

Expand Psyllid Quarantine Countywide Says Top Tulare County Ag Official

Citrus Pest Settles In September 24,2014 In a September 18 letter to CDFA secretary Karen Ross Tulare County’s top ag official asked the state to approve a countywide citrus psyllid…

Utah Wind Farm Could Power LA

Utah Wind Farm Could Power LA

$8-billion green energy initiative proposed for Los Angeles Project would link one of nation’s largest wind farms to one of world’s biggest energy storage facilities LOS ANGELES, Sept. 23, 2014…

Millennials Tip The Glass

Millennials Tip The Glass

California wine leaders adapting to drought and consumer shifts, surveys find September 22, 2014 As the baby boomers ‘pass the glass’ to the millennial generation, there will be trade-offs in…

SLO Hotels Gain In August

SLO Hotels Gain In August

September 22,2104 San Luis Obispo County hotels enjoyed higher occupancy and much improved per room revenue in August compared to the same month in 2013. Smith Travel who posts hotel…

Savings At The Pump As Oil/Gas & Ethanol Prices Fall

Savings At The Pump As Oil/Gas & Ethanol Prices Fall

September 22,2014 Oil prices are again falling this week down to $91.46 a barrel for WTI even as refineries are starting a switch to cheaper winter blends of fuel for…

Northern California To Get Wet This Week

Northern California To Get Wet This  Week

September 22,2014 Northern California  is likely to get the first significant pulse of rain this Thursday as a storm out of the Northwest makes its way into the state dropping…

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