New sweet treat to be available at Tulare County Fair drive-thru

The Tulare County Fair’s line-up of sweet treats is now even sweeter, with the addition of BOSS Burger’s bacon churro cheeseburger. The drive-thru fair will be open Friday, Sept. 18, through Sunday, Sept. 20, from noon to 10 p.m. daily. Traditional fair food items, including churros, cotton candy and corndogs, will be available. Families can […]

Exeter FFA alumni to compete at the national level

Grace Jardon, a 2019 Exeter Union High School graduate, will once again represent the Exeter FFA Chapter at the 93rd National FFA Convention and Expo. Jardon is competing with her proficiency project in the Agriscience Research – Animal Systems category based on her research titled “Epidemiology and Treatment of Spinose Ear Ticks on a California […]

Hanford seeking money for 43-acre SW park

Hanford is applying for an $8.5 million state grant to purchase land for a new city park. The plan is to  and partially develop a 43-acre parcel of land behind the bowling alley on East Lacey Boulevard or another site at 9 ¼ and Florinda, said the parks director. The city council recently told Parks […]

California Farm Bureau Federation disappointed in governor’s Prop 15 endorsement

Following Gov. Gavin Newsom’s announcement of support for Proposition 15, the split-roll property tax initiative, California Farm Bureau Federation President Jamie Johansson said the endorsement ignores the measure’s harmful impact on the state’s rural communities. Proposition 15 would establish a split-roll property tax that would reassess and raise taxes on commercial and industrial property, including […]

Endocrinologist joins Adventist Health Physicians Network Tulare

Adventist Health is pleased to welcome endocrinologist Danielle Eagan, DO, RD, to Adventist Health Physicians Network Tulare. Eagan provides the latest, most advanced treatments for patients with hormonal and metabolic conditions of varying severity. These include diabetes, thyroid disorders, osteoporosis, and some adrenal and pituitary conditions. Eagan completed a bachelor’s degree in dietetics, nutrition, fitness […]

TCOE Theatre Company announces fall virtual classes, new online production

TCOE’s Theatre Company announced this week a variety of virtual fall workshops, including classes for dance, acting, monologue, and vocals. The classes have been designed to accommodate small groups of 10 to 20 students who will meet with instructors through Zoom. Theatre Company Director Bethany Rader will conduct the two acting workshops, including the Monologue […]

SCICON launches virtual lessons this fall, for students unable to visit

This month marked the beginning of SCICON’s virtual tours for students in schools scheduled to visit the outdoor education program this fall. While the campus remained closed to visitors for the latter half of the spring semester, SCICON connected with students through fun and educational videos. As the new school year begins and the campus […]