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Tulare County citrus growers hoping China opens its market
For most of the past eight months, Randy Veeh, and many of his fellow Central Valley navel orange growers weren't greatly concerned about China's decision to stop importing California citrus.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Family of Azusa nurse killed in hit-and-run issues plea for information
Relatives of hit-and-run fatality victim Aguida Luna meet with the news media at the CHP Baldwin Park Station to ask for the public's help in finding the driver of a 1994-1997 Acura Integra that may have been involved in the Nov. 27, 2013 accident on Citrus Avenue in incorporated Azusa.
It's Cold! Yes - Cold
That frost you might have seen this morning doesn't lie - it's cold this morning.
Calif. Citrus Growers Take Steps To Protect Crops During Cold Snap
Farmers have been checking wind machines and running water through their fields in anticipation of the colder temperatures, which began Tuesday night with temperatures as low as the upper 20s in the Central Valley.
CDFA and growers work together to prepare for freezing temperatures
With freezing temperatures in the forecast this week for much of the Central Valley, concern is high for growers of commodities in the midst of harvest, or close to it, such as citrus and avocados.
Big Freeze Could Mean Big Losses for Valley Citrus Growers
With forecasts showing temperatures in the mid-20's to low 30 degrees, there's the potential for a lot of harm to the industry.
California citrus crop OK despite cold temps
Bob Blakely, of California Citrus Mutual, said today that temperatures in the Central Valley stayed in the upper 20s.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Cold snap hits California; citrus farmers prepare
Citrus farmers in California's Central Valley are making preparations to protect their crops, as a cold front that could bring near-record low temperatures in parts of the state begins moving through.
The Daily Democrat
Central Valley citrus growers brace for cold snap
The Morse family will awake to alarms if the temperature drops below 27 degrees this week.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Winter welcome: Arctic blast to settle over Bay Area
An arctic blast is about to wallop the Bay Area, an unwelcome wake-up call after last weekend's dreamy summertime weather.
Citrus disease find in California a mystery
Detections of sweet orange scab that began in California's Imperial County groves have the citrus industry searching for an explanation and a remedy.
The Fresno Bee
A serious chill for $1.5 billion citrus industry
Farm leaders are holding their breath as a Canadian arctic blast passes Portland, Ore., today, charging toward the San Joaquin Valley's $1.5 billion citrus crop.
San Diego Source
Citrus growers brace for California cold snap
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Opening arguments are scheduled to begin Monday in the trial of two of the six officers who were involved in the brawl with 37-year-old Kelly Thomas.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
The Fresno Bee
Cold snap on its way to the Valley; citrus growers ready for action
Fresno's unseasonably warm temperatures will be a long-gone memory when freezing temperatures roll into town by the middle of the week.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Gold Line Project from Pasadena to Azusa 50 Percent Complete
The following update is provided by the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority.
Pedestrian Struck, Killed By Vehicle near Azusa
A 52-year-old woman was struck and killed by a motorist early Wednesday and the motorist is still outstanding.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Voices from those who were there
Kathleen Bazil: I was in class at Citrus Elementary and I remember my teacher crying and then everything seemed so still and quiet and sad ... and then being off school and just staring at all the events on TV.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Nov. 22, 1963: Disbelief, sorrow, confusion recalled
These days, we often claim to be shocked by events, most of which are more dismaying or absurd than truly shocking, and which we may claim to be shocked by purely to persuade ourselves we aren't jaded.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Azusa/Glendora Soroptimists Helping Make Girls' Prom Dreams Come True
My Sister's Closet is currently collecting special occasion dresses for a special cause.