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Lindsay Cafe offers Rx for Mex Cuisine

At first glance, the Nov. 25 ribbon cutting at Venez Café in Lindsay appeared to be the announcement of another restaurant serving a slight variation on the traditional Mexican menu. The sign, décor and even the menu looked like a typical Central Valley Mexican restaurant. The menu features everything you would expect a Mexican restaurant [...]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

For the week ending Dec. 6, 2014. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Field preparation and planting of winter wheat for grain and silage continues. Earlier plantings are sprouting with the help of recent rains. Cotton harvest is nearing completion. Modules are being moved to the gins. The Cotton Plowdown Regulations’ compliance deadline is rapidly [...]

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County hires new director of Child Support Services

The Tulare County Board of Supervisors announced on Tuesday that Roger Dixon of Las Vegas, Nevada has been hired as the County’s new Director of Child Support Services (CSS). Dixon will be relocating from Nevada to Tulare County for the position and has over 20 years of Child Support Services experience. He has served as [...]

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Taste a Rainbow of citrus this Sat.

The University of California citrus research center swings open its doors this week to give farmers and the public the opportunity to view and taste dozens of mandarin varieties – which in recent years have emerged as Americans’ favorite citrus – as well as sweet oranges, lemons, grapefruit, kumquats, blood oranges, tangors and many other [...]

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County continues work on Yokohl Ranch EIR

The JG Boswell Company continues to work on the draft EIR for Yokohl Ranch east of Exeter – planning a new town in rural Tulare County. The project – in the works since 2005 -  may have a draft of their environmental study about a year away from being released by the County says Michael [...]

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Open for Christmas

With Thanksgiving come and gone it’s time for The Downtown Merchants Association to kick off its 23rd annual Christmas Open House. During the open house local shops stay open late from 5-9 p.m. and visitors will be greeted by store owners offering hot cocoa, warm cider, fresh baked cookies, hors d’oeuvres and wine and a slice of nostalgia. As [...]

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Tulare Co. Crop Report

For the week ending Nov. 29, 2014. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Field preparation and planting of winter wheat for grain and silage continues. Earlier plantings are sprouting with the help of recent rains. Cotton harvest is nearing completion. Modules are being moved to the gins. Harvested fields are being shredded and disked to [...]

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Down to Business

Citrus Nursery Backlog Told This summer the Kern farmer John Gless knocked over 60 acres of Valencia oranges due to lack of water. Now he says he plans to plant the open 60 acres with Cara Cara oranges, a popular variety but has to wait because “there is a 2-year backlog on orders from the [...]

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Crop Row

UC offers help in managing citrus pest Would you know what to do if the Asian citrus psyllid showed up in your lemon tree? The insect has been found in many parts of California, and can carry a disease that kills citrus trees. The University of California says the best way to prevent the citrus [...]

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Start the season by shopping small

From the coffee shop that serves up the most flavorful espresso to the florist designing beautiful arrangements day after day, small businesses around the country are gearing up for the start of the holiday shopping season with Small Business Saturday. According to the third-annual Small Business Saturday Insights Survey, released last week by the National Federation of Independent [...]

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