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Community invited to Morro Creek Bike/Pedestrian Bridge Ribbon Cutting

Community invited to Morro Creek Bike/Pedestrian Bridge Ribbon Cutting

July 3,2015- The City of Morro Bay is inviting the community to celebrate the official opening of the Morro Creek Bridge during a ribbon cutting at noon July 4. The…

2015 CALIFORNIA ALMOND FORECAST DOWN AS SET IS POOR

2015 CALIFORNIA ALMOND FORECAST DOWN AS SET IS POOR

California’s 2015 almond production is forecast at 1.80 billion meat pounds, down 3 percent from May’s subjective forecast and down 4 percent from last year’s crop. The forecast is based…

The Train Has Left The Station” – Kings County Grand Jury Blasts County Stance On HS Rail

The Train Has Left The Station” – Kings County Grand Jury Blasts County Stance On HS Rail

Hanford May Seek Funds To Plan Station Despite County Position July 2,2015 -“ The Kings County Board of Supervisors have been unanimous in their multi-year legal battle raging against high…

Vineyard Expansions Challenge Production-Demand Balance in California

Vineyard Expansions Challenge Production-Demand Balance in California

July 2,2015 A Structural Mismatch Between Grape Supply and Demand in Certain Wine-Price Tiers Will Impact Inventories and Future Production FRESNO, CA–(Marketwired – July 02, 2015) – California’s wine industry…

Home Goods Store Coming To Visalia

Home Goods Store Coming To Visalia

July 2,2015 Popular retailer Home Goods will open a store in Visalia later this year in the Dicks Sporting Goods shopping center. The company will occupy the space formerly used…

Cal Water Connects 26 Families To Water Supply After Private Wells Run Dry

Cal Water Connects 26 Families To Water Supply After Private Wells Run Dry

July 2,2105 VISALIA – Two neighborhoods in Visalia now have water after their wells ran dry, and the neighborhoods have five new fire hydrants to increase fire protection capability in…

Peach Crop Down 8 Percent Says USDA On Warm Winter

Peach Crop Down 8 Percent Says USDA On Warm Winter

July 2,2015 As summer has arrived, the 2015 California peach harvest is underway. The initial USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) forecast for California’s 2015 peach crop was set at…

RoofTop Solar Impact: U.S. Solar Is Producing 50 Percent More Electricity Than We Thought

RoofTop Solar Impact: U.S. Solar Is Producing 50 Percent More Electricity Than We Thought

from SEIA July 1,2015 Actual solar electricity production in the United States is 50% higher than previous estimates, according to new analysis by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and kWh Analytics.…

Visalia Home Building Stays Strong In June

Visalia Home Building Stays Strong In June

July 1,2015 Single family home building stayed strong in June with permits for 45 new homes issued. That compares to 31 in June 2014 and 30 in May 2015. For…

Kings County Power Project Runs Out Of Gas

Kings County Power Project Runs Out Of Gas

Owners Finally Throw In Towel on 600 MW Avenal Plant July 1,2015 The California Energy Commission (CEC) says the proponents of the controversial Avenal Power Center plant in Kings County…

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