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Supervisors adopt balanced County budget

Tulare County is beginning to put their fiscal house in order as they are on cusp of crawling out of the Great Recession thanks to a balanced $1 billion spending plan approved by the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday. The County will continue to put money into reserves, pay down more debt, and fund one-time [...]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Alfalfa is being cut, dried, and baled. Second crop silage sorghum is making excellent progress, with some fields being cut. Cotton is showing good growth and still setting bolls. Bolls are opening and early fields are being defoliated. Black-eyed beans are being harvested. Silage corn continues to be harvested. [...]

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Crop Row

Wine market to become more competitive For the third straight year, the United States leads the world in wine consumption. People in the California wine business see that as good news, of course—but they also warn that California wineries can’t take the U.S. market for granted. California wine marketers say they expect more competition from [...]

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Group hopes ‘Exeter Responds’ to sweet offer

Halloween is right around the corner, which means Exeter is running out of time to collect enough candy for its annual Trunk or Treat event. In order to kick start the candy contributions Exeter Responds, a collation of public and non-profit organizations and churches, held a ribbon cutting on Sept. 18 at the Exeter Chamber [...]

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Tulare Co. Job Fair is today

The Tulare County Employment Connection will host the 23rd Annual Tulare County Job Fair on Wednesday, Sept. 24.  The Job Fair is from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and will be held at the Visalia Convention Center. More than 50 businesses and organizations from throughout the Central Valley will have booths and employment opportunities at the [...]

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CDFA OKs standards for olive oil labeling

The California Department of Food and Agriculture has approved grading and labeling standards for California olive oil, which are scheduled to take effect on Sept. 26, in time for the upcoming olive harvest season. The standards were recommended by the recently-formed California Olive Oil Commission – brought into existence by olive oil producers in recognition [...]

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FHCN names new Medical Director

Family HealthCare Network (FHCN) is pleased to announce Carolina Quezada, MD as the organization’s newest Medical Director. As Medical Director, Dr. Quezada will oversee patient care for FHCN’S Woodlake, Three Rivers and Ivanhoe Health Centers. Prior to her promotion to Medical Director, Dr. Quezada practiced as a physician specializing in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at [...]

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Credit card scam targets Exeter residents

Last week the Sun-Gazette warned local residents of a potential loan scam using reloadable credit cards. Earlier this week, the Exeter Police Department reported that four people in Exeter received phone calls from scammers pushing loans with upfront fees. Two of those people lost between $100 and $150 when they agreed to pay the fake [...]

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Tulare County Crop Report

Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Alfalfa is being cut, dried, and baled. Second crop silage sorghum is making excellent progress, with some fields being cut. Sudan grass is being cut and baled. Cotton is showing good growth and still setting bolls. Bolls are opening and early fields are being defoliated. Black-eyed beans are being [...]

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Down to business

Exeter Chamber holds Sept. 18 ribbon cutting The Exeter Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting for Exeter Responds at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 18 at the chamber office, located at 101 W. Pine St. in Exeter. Exeter Responds is a coalition of public and non-profit organizations and churches who collaborate to put [...]

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