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Get A Grip On Bottled Water Controversy

Get A Grip On Bottled Water Controversy

opinion by John Lindt May 11,2015- The drought in California has set up a hypersensitivity to water use in the Golden State, perhaps understandably. The target this past week was…

Cold Storms May 15-24 Could Help Middle California

Cold Storms May 15-24 Could Help Middle California

May 11,2015- While most of us have about given up on more rain at this point – given the calendar – a series of cold winter storms seem to be…

Despite Record Drought Summer Fruit Season Looks Good

Despite Record Drought Summer Fruit Season Looks Good

May 7,2015 As bad as the drought is in California,and it is, you may not have to worry just yet that the state’s farmers will have little to offer in…

Around Tulare County – New RiteAid / Will Chickens Have Their Day in Visalia?

Around Tulare County – New RiteAid / Will Chickens Have Their Day in Visalia?

Farmersville Will Get RiteAid The nation’s third largest drug chain RiteAid continues to expand in Tulare County with a new store planed in Farmersville. The company has submitted building plans…

Mild Winter Gave Ag Pests A Head Start In 2015

Mild Winter Gave Ag Pests A Head Start In 2015

May 5,2015 San Joaquin Valley farmers are facing an unusually high pest population this spring due to the milder than normal winter, and rapidly warming spring conditions, says a UC…

Hispanics Have Lower Death Rates Than Whites Says CDC

Hispanics Have Lower Death Rates Than Whites Says CDC

May 5,2015 Hispanics mortality rate is 25 percent lower than whites says the CDC. That‘s true even though  Hispanics are three times less likely to have health insurance and twice…

Biz News – Around Tulare County

Biz News – Around Tulare County

Visalia Council May Seek Additional Revenue Increasing internet sales are reducing the City’s sales tax revenues. At the same time changing demographics mean a smaller percentage of individuals’ income is…

Cal Poly Study Says Benefits Of Marine Protected Area Will Take 20 Years

Cal Poly Study Says Benefits Of Marine Protected Area Will Take 20 Years

May 5,2015- Benefits from a Marine Protected Area are likely to accrue in the California Current ecosystem, but that 20 years or more may be needed to detect significant changes…

Cal Poly Announces New Location, Expansion Plans for SLO HotHouse Programs

Cal Poly Announces New Location, Expansion Plans for SLO HotHouse Programs

May 5,2015 University Leases 15,000-Square-Foot Location in Downtown San Luis Obispo SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — Cal Poly has leased a 15,000-square-foot space in downtown San Luis Obispo to relocate…

Taft Oil Train Terminal Cited By EPA

Taft Oil Train Terminal Cited By EPA

May 4,2015- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has cited Plains All American Pipeline LP’s Bakersfield crude by rail terminal with a number of violations in violation of the Clean Air…

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