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Dinuba Odwalla Plant To Lay Off Third Shift – Amber Foods Will Leave Town

Dinuba Odwalla Plant To Lay Off Third Shift – Amber Foods Will Leave Town

January 23,2015 Dinuba is losing food industry jobs in coming weeks as premium juice maker Odwalla shuts down their third shift,estimated at around 40 people and Amber Foods, who employs…

SLO Jobless Rate Falls To 8-Year Low

SLO Jobless Rate Falls To 8-Year Low

January 24,2015 San Luis Obispo‘s December jobless rate is down to 5 percent says EDD – the best December reading since 2007. December 2013 saw 5.8 percent and there were…

Tulare Cheese Plant To Get March Hearing

Tulare Cheese Plant To Get March Hearing

January 21,2015 All systems are go on the planned CaliCheese plant in Tulare says company CEO Robert Moultrie. Originally approved without an environmental impact report the ” final EIR is…

No McDonalds For Los Osos

No McDonalds For Los Osos

 Fast Food Giant Now Out Of Favor? January 21,201 The franchisee working to bring in a McDonalds restaurant into Los Osos has thrown in the towel. “With all the expenses…

Wet Spell For California

Wet Spell For California

January 21,2015 It’s been a bone dry January but look for a wet spell on its way at the end of the month. Forecast models suggest a period of unsettled…

Visalia: Edeniq Secures $16 Million in Funding

Visalia:  Edeniq Secures $16 Million in Funding

Funding Supports Roll Out of New Products and Expansion into New Markets for Clean Energy Technologies  VISALIA, Calif.  January 20, 2015 – Edeniq, a biorefining and cellulosic technology company, today…

Business: Hogs Get More Space / More Stories

Business: Hogs Get More Space / More Stories

News Notes Badger Pass Closes Due To Lack of Snow From their website: In consideration of guest safety, resource protection, and guest experience, Badger Pass will temporarily close after business…

Lower Oil Prices Hurting Renewables? Maybe Not

Lower Oil Prices Hurting Renewables? Maybe Not

January 20,2015 Alternative energy advocates have worried that low oil and gasoline  prices may hurt the effort to cut greenhouse gas emissions with renewable energy. The counter argument is that…

Parkfield 280MW Solar Project Gets OK

Parkfield 280MW Solar Project Gets OK

January 20,2015 The Monterey County Planning Commission on an 8 to 0 vote approved a huge solar plant to be located nearby Parkfield in Central California. The Commission will recommend…

Spinach / Lame Dairy Cows / Tomatoes

Spinach / Lame Dairy Cows / Tomatoes

January 19,2015 Stores Out Of Spinach – But Not Farmers Market That cold spell that hit California around the first of the year has  cut short the Imperial valley  spinach…

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