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Rooting for Health

  “We put a lot of love into this place” said Judy Fisher Gibson co-owner of Just Sprouted, and it is evident the moment you walk through their door. Bright and cheerful, Just Sprouted welcomes you in with the smiling faces of Judy, Janice and Janice’s mother Carol. Exeter’s freshest business, held its soft opening [...]

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TULARE CO. CROP REPORT

For the week ending April 12, 2014. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Alfalfa is growing well with the warmer temperatures. Fields continue to be cut and baled. Silage and winter grains have emerged and are growing well despite last week’s wind and storms. Those fields that were irrigated during the winter are heading-out. More [...]

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Lowe’s to pay $18mil for Calif. violations

  Tulare County District Attorney Tim Ward, along with 31 other California district attorneys and two city attorneys, announced today that Alameda County Superior Court Judge George C. Hernandez, Jr. has ordered North Carolina-based Lowe’s Home Centers, LLC, to pay $18.1 million as part of a settlement of a civil environmental prosecution. The judgment is [...]

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Self Help turns 50 this year

  As Self-Help Enterprises (SHE) entered its 50th year last month, the non-profit dedicated to supporting low-income families recently celebrated the construction of its 6,000th home. The organization will also say goodbye to its long-time CEO Peter Carey who announced his retirement as the President and CEO after 40 years with the organization. He will [...]

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TULARE CO. CROP REPORT

For the week ending April 5, 2014. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Alfalfa fields are growing well with the warmer weather and rain. While recent rains will help replenish soil moisture more rain is needed to help sustain dryland plantings. Deciduous Tree Fruits, Nuts, And Grapes: Grape and kiwi vineyards are leafing out, and [...]

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2nd install of Secured Property Taxes due April 10

  Tulare County Auditor-Controller/Treasurer-Tax Collector Rita A. Woodard is reminding tax payers that the Second Installment of secured property taxes delinquent date is April 10, 2014 to avoid additional penalties. Payment options: Pay by mailing your check in one of the envelopes provided with your bill, payments must be postmarked by April 10, 2014 or [...]

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CVCB expands Shred Day events in Valley

  During tax season in particular, both business and individuals look to assess and discard sensitive documents in an effort to protect against the rising threat of identity theft and fraud. Identity theft and fraud continues to be among the nation’s fastest-growing types of fraud. According to the 2014 Identity Fraud Report released by Javelin [...]

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County serves eateries with Food Safety awards

  Tulare County restaurants with the highest food inspection ratings are being recognized through the Excellence in Food Safety Awards, and residents can access the list of those top-performing restaurants. Tulare County Environmental Health Services (TCEH) implemented the Excellence in Food Safety Awards Program in March of 2010 to recognize restaurants that have consistent safe [...]

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Investing in the Future

  Claudia Cabrera is the newest face at the Woodlake Banking Center of Valley Business Bank. Four months ago, Claudia Cabrera was hired as VBB’s new Customer Service Manager. The Woodlake native is happy to be back in her home town and is looking forward to giving back to the town that raised her. Claudia’s [...]

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TULARE CO. CROP REPORT

For the week ending March 29, 2014. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Alfalfa is being cut and baled. Fields are being prepared for spring planting of row crops. Winter wheat is heading out. Irrigation continues to be needed due to the lack of rain. Deciduous Tree Fruits, Nuts, And Grapes: Grapevines are breaking bud. [...]

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