Tom Kisken | Ventura County Star A long-anticipated new Santa Paula Hospital would be built alongside Highway 126 on the city’s edge in a plan involving the landowner, county officials and a developer. Limoneira, the large Santa Paula citrus grower and real estate developer, issued a letter of intent disclosing its tentative agreement for selling 25 acres to another developer who would build […]

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Article from: Produce Blue Book   Economic forecasting is a treacherous art, and one that would seem to be doomed to failure. It can only predict on the basis of current trends, but of course current trends don’t continue. There are constant surprises and dislocations—as anyone knows who has lived through 2020. Nevertheless, the exercise […]

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As the old song goes, “there’s no place like home for the holidays.” This year, those heartfelt lyrics have added significance. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, many families have decided to celebrate individually, instead of in large groups. Some folks might even find themselves celebrating alone. If that’s the case for you or your family, have […]

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Summer doesn’t have to be ruined due to continued COVID-19 restrictions. These genius indoor and outdoor social distancing games keep kids 6 feet apart from friends while they play. Thanks to Parenting Magazine for these wonderful ideas. Worried your kid will not take kindly to directed playtime? Try explaining the “why” behind the need for […]

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August is all about lemons! It is home to not one, not two, but THREE lemon-centric holidays: National Lemonade Day, National Lemon Juice day, and National Lemon Meringue Pie Day. To help you celebrate these zesty holidays, Limoneira Spokesperson Megan Roosevelt has created delicious recipes that will be featured on the Limoneira YouTube channel and […]

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In today’s ever-connected world, having access to the internet is quickly evolving from a luxury to a necessity. Everything from paying your bills to applying for a job to researching a school paper is primarily done online. But with internet prices averaging about $60 a month, it can be difficult to find low cost options […]

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If there ever has been a Independence Day to celebrate America and its citizens, it’s this one. In these unprecedented times, we can still fire up the grill with the best 4th of July recipes and figure out where to watch fireworks from a distance, but most of us could really use a good shindig […]

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