Cutting from two cultures

Lindsay was once dubbed an All-American City and last week, a ribbon cutting was held illustrating its diverse cultures stirred into the melting pot of American society. On Dec. 23, the Lindsay [...]

Ag Expo celebrates UCCE’s 100th year

To mark its 100th anniversary, UC Cooperative Extension (UCCE) will host a free educational speakers’ series and hands-on family-friendly activities at the World Ag Expo, Feb. 11-13, in Tulare. [...]

Crop Row

Mobile site locates farmers markets If you’re on the go, looking for fresh food and have your smartphone handy, there’s a new resource for finding the nearest California farmers market. The state [...]

Tulare County Crop Report

For the week ending Dec.21, 2013. Small Grains And Other Field Crops: Most cotton fields are being chopped and disked in an effort to comply with the Cotton Plowdown Regulations. Growers should [...]

Who needs a 1099 or a W-2?

As the year winds down, it is time to start thinking about recent tax changes and how they affect you, especially if you run a small business. But keeping tax details straight is tough – [...]

Bank of the Sierra selects new Pres.

The Board of Directors of Sierra Bancorp (Nasdaq:BSRR), parent of Bank of the Sierra (the “Bank”), today announced the promotion of Kevin J. McPhaill to President and Chief Operating Officer of [...]

Friday Nights get light in Lindsay

For the second straight year the Friday Night Market in Lindsay has moved indoors for the winter. But, unlike last year, vendor attendance seems to be down. Virginia Loya, executive director of [...]