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California’s gasoline imports increase 10-fold after major refinery outage

California’s gasoline imports increase 10-fold after major refinery outage

October 21,2015- Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, publication Over a five-month period following an explosion at a California oil refinery in February 2015, imports of gasoline into California increased to…

Following the fuel: How portable biomass energy generation may help rural communities

Following the fuel: How portable biomass energy generation may help rural communities

October 21,2015- The forests that surround many of California’s mountain communities tend to have an abundance of woody biomass and a pressing need for thinning to reduce fire danger. Revenue…

Capturing El Niño For The Underground

Capturing El Niño For The Underground

 UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences October 19,2015 University of California scientists recently identified 3.6 million acres of California cropland suitable for replenishing the state’s groundwater reserves, which are at…

Bakersfield Backs Solar Power – Urges Extension of Federal Solar Tax Credit

Bakersfield Backs Solar Power – Urges Extension of Federal Solar Tax Credit

There are now over 10,000 households and businesses with solar in Bakersfield, making Bakersfield one of the top cities in the state, not to mention the country, for solar. BAKERSFIELD,…

California Unemployment Rate Drops To Lowest Point In Eight Years

California Unemployment Rate Drops To Lowest Point In Eight Years

October 17,2015- “In addition to the 8,200 Nonfarm jobs added last month, the Farm sector also added 4,400 jobs despite the drought that has persisted for several years.” California’s unemployment…

Around Tulare County

Around Tulare County

Tulare County Jobless Rate below Double Digits For the first time in years Tulare County’s’ jobless rate has dropped to single digits at 9.9% in September said EDD Friday.It was…

SLO County Jobless Rate Falls To 4.1 Percent

SLO County Jobless Rate Falls To 4.1 Percent

October 16,2015- The unemployment rate in the San Luis Obispo County was 4.1 percent in September 2015, down from a revised 4.7 percent in August 2015, and below the year-ago…

Developer Dave Paynter Buys Fourth Mooney Shopping Center In Visalia

Developer Dave Paynter Buys Fourth Mooney Shopping Center In Visalia

October 16,2105- He actually developed what was to become the Costco shopping center on south Mooney in the 1990s. Now Dave Paynter has re-purchased the center, today anchored by Walmart,…

NOAA: Strong El Nino To Bring Wet Weather To California

NOAA: Strong El Nino To Bring Wet Weather To California

October  15,2015 Winter Oulook Issued Forecasters at NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center issued the U.S. Winter Outlook today favoring cooler and wetter weather in Southern Tier states with above-average temperatures most…

Rail Traffic Lower As Carloads Of Coal,Petroleum & Metals Are Down

Rail Traffic Lower As Carloads Of Coal,Petroleum & Metals Are Down

October 15,2015- Coal Loses Favor: Chart shows rail carload of coal by year Rail operators like BNSF are looking for more business with its  paycheck commodity coal – down 12…

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