Gas from Tulare County Dairy Farms being delivered to Calgren Plant
March 5, 2019
Gas from Tulare County Dairy Farms being delivered to Calgren Plant

In October of 2018, as part of Maas Energy Works/Calgren Dairy Digester Pipeline project, the first of 10 methane gas digesters became operational. The digester captures methane emitted from the dairy’s manure lagoons and delivers the gas, via the pipeline, to Calgren Diary Fuels, where it will be turned into renewable energy.

Business Spotlight Kerman Mobile Homes
January 10, 2019
Business Spotlight Kerman Mobile Homes
Business Spotlight: Ventura Coastal
January 10, 2019
Business Spotlight: Ventura Coastal
Vossler Farms is now open for the season! 
October 2, 2018
Vossler Farms is now open for the season! 

Vossler Farms is now open for the season! Click for more information!

Business Spotlight: Sierra Subs and Salads
September 5, 2018
Business Spotlight: Sierra Subs and Salads

Business Spotlight: Ritchie Bros Auction
August 30, 2018
Business Spotlight: Ritchie Bros Auction

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Business Spotlight: Streamline Irrigation
August 15, 2018
Business Spotlight: Streamline Irrigation

Check out our first ever Business Spotlight, featuring family owned and operated Streamline Irrigation!

April 5, 2018
Dollar General Opens in Goshen!
June 21, 2016
Plainview Celebrates New Park

Play area officially dedicated.It took more than a decade but Plainview finally has a park to call its own. On Monday morning, a crowd of around 50 people attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the park’s completion.“Twelve years ago when I came on the [Tulare County] board of supervisors, I met with the Plainview Mutual Water Company,” said Allen Ishida, who represents the area on the board. “At that time we had a severe water issue here but the other issue that came up was that they wanted a park.”

 

High-Speed Rail moving forward in Tulare County
January 15, 2016
High-Speed Rail moving forward in Tulare County

There are plenty of politicians and others in the Valley who object to California’s high-speed rail projects — but it’s here and more is on the way.

The first 17-mile portion of construction began in Madera County in June, and last week the Tuolumne Street Bridge near downtown Fresno was closed, with plans to demolish it and replace it over the coming year with a taller bridge so high-speed trains can eventually travel under it.