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Visalia Feed Company Rushes To Help Texas Animals 

Visalia Feed Company Rushes To Help Texas Animals 

September 10,2017- Visalia-based Western Milling is rushing animal feed and pet food to help the thousands of displaced and hungry animals impacted by Hurricane Harvey across south Texas. This weekend four…

Around Kings County

Around Kings County

Corcoran Industrial Building In Escrow A large, but empty industrial building at 1200 Orange Ave in Corcoran is in escrow to be sold says the broker on the project, Mike…

Valley Agricultural Leader Speaks out on DACA

Valley Agricultural Leader Speaks out on DACA

Fresno, CA — On September 5, 2017, Manuel Cunha, Jr., President of Nisei Farmers League announced that he was deeply disappointed in the termination of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals…

California Exports Slip, Ever So Slightly

California Exports Slip, Ever So Slightly

September 6, 2017- California’s export trade declined modestly in the latest numbers. According to a Beacon Economics analysis of U.S. trade statistics released this morning by the U.S. Census Bureau,…

Siempra Acquires Fresno Solar Project From Recurrent Energy

Siempra Acquires Fresno Solar Project From Recurrent Energy

News Release September 2,2017- Recurrent Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of Canadian Solar Inc., has announced that Sempra Renewables LLC, a unit of Sempra Energy, acquired its 200 MW-AC Great…

Auto Sales Sputter But Trucks Are Picking Up

Auto Sales Sputter But Trucks Are Picking Up

August 31,2017 New vehicle sales in California were down 4.4 percent in the second quarter of 2017 vs the same quarter last year says the California New Car Dealer Association.…

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