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SLO’s Granada Hotel Plans Expansion

SLO’s Granada Hotel Plans Expansion

January 17,2015 The Granada Bistro and Hotel plans a 27 room expansion according to a plan submitted by the company to the city. The SLO Cultural Advisory Committee has received…

Visalia Crime Falls Big In 2014

Visalia Crime Falls Big In 2014

January 17,2015 Watching Effect of Prop 47 Crime fell big time in Visalia in 2014 in comparison to some of the other towns where the bad guys were busier. Total…

Growing Coffee On Central Coast

Growing Coffee On Central Coast

from CFB January 17,2015 From his Southern California farm, entrepreneur and exotic tree-fruit grower Jay Ruskey is setting out to elevate people’s coffee experiences around the world. He’s making a…

Oil Stabilizes But California Gas Price Down Below $2( corrected)

Oil Stabilizes But California Gas Price Down Below $2( corrected)

January 15 Mark this day with two big headlines as WTI oil stabilized for the first time in months – up above $50 as we go to press. 10AM: OOPS!…

Family Health Care Network Will Open Clinic In Tulare

Family Health Care Network Will Open Clinic In Tulare

January 15,2014 Tulare area residents will soon have a new choice of where they can get their healthcare. Family Healthcare Network will open a health clinic in Tulare by midyear…

Around Tulare County

Around Tulare County

County Plans For New Space Needs With 4100 employees countywide Tulare County is a big office user and is about to get bigger. “We have plenty of moving parts and…

Will Bullet Train Help Save Valley Woodlands?

Will Bullet Train Help Save Valley Woodlands?

Rail Authority To Buy 5000 Acres For Mitigation January 13,2015 The California High Speed Rail Authority plans to buy around 5000 acres in the Central Valley as partial mitigation for…

Natural Foods Store Coming To SLO

Natural Foods Store Coming To SLO

January 13,2015 Camarillo-based Lassen’s Natural Foods will open a store in San Luis Obispo late this year at University Square on Foothill and Santa Rosa,  where New Frontiers used to…

California Exports Stumble But Still On Track For Record Year

California Exports Stumble But Still On Track For Record Year

January 11,2015 Weak economies abroad coupled with a stronger dollar put a dent in California’s merchandise export trade in November 2014, according to a Beacon Economics’ analysis of foreign trade…

Morro Bay Bed Tax Revenue Increase Tops 17 Percent

Morro Bay Bed Tax Revenue Increase Tops 17 Percent

Morro Bay Bed Tax Revenue Increase Tops 17 Percent A recent report to the Morro Bay City Council says the city’s TOT revenue is 17.6% higher than the same period…

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