Update: Even if Hanford Museum Fixes 95% of List of Repairs, City Says They Will Be Evicted

The fate of the Hanford Carnegie Museum was discussed during a Tuesday afternoon meeting between Board President Sylvia Gonzales Scherer, museum lawyer Steve Alfieris, Hanford Community Development Director Darlene Mata and City Attorney Ty Mizote. The question was asked: if the Carnegie Museum got 95% of the repairs completed by the 10-day deadline what would […]

Latinas break glass ceiling in cancer research

When Alma Torres-Nguyen, Community Outreach Coordinator for Kaweah Delta Health Care District (KDHCD), heard there was a potential research project involving rural Latinas she didn’t just get excited, she participated in securing the funding. What piqued her interest was the fact that the study involved Central Valley Latinas with limited English, an underserved group in […]

Political Fix (1 August, 2019)

Rich? Yes, Smart? No Everyone knows California is one of the largest economies in the world, rivaling England for fifth place. We are rich, trend setting, diverse, scenic, innovative and have a $30 billion or so surplus in our state’s general and rainy day fund. But as the saying goes, money doesn’t always buy happiness […]

August/September Calendar

August 2: 18 The Odd Couple Visalia Players present this classic comedy and Tony Award winner about sloppy and super neat roommates. Icehouse Theatre, 410 E. Race, Visalia. August 2, 3, 9, 10, 16 & 17 at 7:30 p.m. Sunday matinees August 4, 11 & 18 at 2 p.m. Info 559 734-3900 or www.visaliaplayers.org   August […]

July and August Events

July 19-27:Read all about it! Paper Mill Playhouse presents Newsies J. Williams Theater, 1001 W. Main St. in Visalia. Tickets are $8-$20. For more information, visit tcoe.org. July 19: Peña Planetarium  CAPCOM GO! The Apollo Story To celebrate the 50th anniversary of NASA putting a man on the moon at 6:00 and 7:00 p.m. CAPCOM […]