Tulare growth signals strong economy

2018 was a strong growth year for Tulare, and all indicators signal more of the same to come in 2019, with upticks in the housing, retail and commercial sectors pointing toward good economic times ahead. Slow and Steady Things are going so well, in fact, the city may soon have to widen its boundaries, adding […]

2019 Women’s March draws hundreds

Women seeking equality and the men who support them gathered by the hundreds Saturday, January 19, in Visalia’s Oval Park before taking to the streets for the 2019 Women’s March. Change is Needed For Melissa Ledbury of Three Rivers, the reason she joined the march is the same reason women have been protesting for 50 […]

Kaweah Delta Affiliates with Nation’s Top Cardio Clinic

Heart patients at Kaweah Delta will now have access to resources from the “world-renowned” Cleveland Clinic thanks to a partnership between Kaweah Delta’s cardio clinic and the nation’s top-ranked heart treatment program, CEO Gary Herbst announced at a press conference Friday, January 25. Cardio Program Gets New Name “Going forward we will be the Kaweah […]

Chief Hensley Returns to Work

Tulare Police Chief Wes Hensley is back on the job after a 16-month absence. The return to the position he was fired from comes following mediation on Friday, January 10, before retired Tulare County Superior Court Judge Howard Broadman. The terms of the settlement between Hensley and the City of Tulare are confidential; however, Hensley […]