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New Grade Separation For Tulare

New Grade Separation For Tulare

Tulare City Council approved a contract to build the new Bardsley rail underpass for $10.7 million to Clovis-based Emmett’s Excavation.The low bid was $1 million less than the engineer’s estimate.That…

It’s Alive… Aquatic Weed Chokes Friant Kern Canal

It’s Alive… Aquatic Weed Chokes Friant Kern Canal

Water districts up and down the Central Valley will participate in a massive dewatering of the 152 mile Friant Kern Canal beginning this month to allow for chemical treatment on…

Tulare County: 20 Mile Quarantine Expected With 2nd Citrus Pest Find

Tulare County: 20 Mile Quarantine Expected With 2nd Citrus Pest Find

  The discovery of a second find of a single Asian citrus psyllid in a Tulare County citrus grove insect trap near Strathmore is expected to spur CDFA and USDA…

Judge Denies Injunction For High Speed Rail

Judge Denies Injunction For High Speed Rail

Sacramento Superior Court Judge Tomothy Frawley denied a request for a preliminary injunction to halt work on construction of the Central Valley segment of the high speed rail line late…

Tulare / Kings Retail RoundUp

Tulare / Kings Retail RoundUp

In Hanford the city council will offer sales tax incentives to Costco to locate at store on the east side of town.The council passed two resolutions this week.One resolution expands…

Election Could Mean Green Light For Green Projects In Central California

Election Could Mean Green Light For Green Projects In Central California

Results of the presidential election should boost the spirits of supporters of green energy and green transportation projects in Central California. Critics on the other hand are disappointed but not…

Milk Co-ops Plead For Relief One More Time

Milk Co-ops Plead For Relief One More Time

On election’s eve California’s strapped dairy operators are back at CDFA’s ag secretary’s front door pleading for a change in the milk pricing formula in California that might offer them…

California Dairies Inc Buying SoCal Diary Co-op

California Dairies Inc Buying SoCal Diary Co-op

Visalia-based California Dairies Inc.(CDI) has purchased the assets of Security Milk Producers Association,a milk cooperative that produces around 1.3 billion pounds of milk a year with sales if around $300…

Higher Ag Income Fuels Demand For “Good Ground”

Higher Ag Income Fuels Demand For “Good Ground”

With the exception of the dairy sector the rest of the Valley’s farm commodity markets are having a banner year and that is fueling demand for farm properties says Jim…

Retail News / Staples & Walmart

Retail News / Staples & Walmart

Visalia Staples Will Move Next Door The Visalia Staples store on South Mooney will relocate to a downsize location in the same Dick Sporting Goods-anchored shopping center according to a…