Tulare County Activates COVID Vaccine Call Center, Seeks Volunteers to Assist with COVID Vaccine Distribution, as Preparations Are Underway for Next Phase

DIAL 2-1-1 to get the latest information on the COVID-19 Vaccine in Tulare County The Tulare County Health & Human Service Agency (HHSA) has partnered with the United Way of Tulare County to activate a COVID Vaccine Call Center for residents seeking information about the vaccine for COVID-19. The Call Center will assist in providing vital […]

Congress introduces one article of impeachment: Incitement of Insurrection

Resolution impeaching Donald John Trump, President of the United States, for high crimes and misdemeanors. Resolved, the Donald John Trump, President of the United States, is impeached for high crimes and misdemeanors and that the following article of impeachment be exhibited to the United States Senate: Article of impeachment exhibited by the House of Representatives […]

Tulare County Cattlewomen offering scholarships

The Tulare County Cattlewomen are currently offering scholarships based on academic achievement and leadership skills.  Students must be planning to pursue an education in the agriculture industry with a livestock emphasis.  Below are the requirements for applicants and a list of available scholarships. To apply: Student(s) must attend school (college or Jr. College) currently, or […]

“We will need some political unity and government leadership that will bring us together…”

The Covid-19 virus has affected all of us throughout this past year.  The consequences were felt worldwide.  In America, thousands died and thousands more were infected and recovered from this virus.  Besides the catastrophic health impact, the virus has had devastating effect on the economy of the world.  Worldwide, we have been on various forms […]

Agriculture, business coalition challenges Cal/OSHA emergency standards

A coalition of agricultural and business employers has filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court challenging the COVID-19 related emergency temporary standards (ETS) recently approved by the California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board (Board). The complaint alleges, among other things, that the Board lacks statutory authority to impose many of the sweeping measures […]

“A New Year’s Resolution for Life”

2020 has truthfully tested the very fabrics of our society. We saw the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic. We saw the U.S. economy plummet. We saw thousands of Americans take to the streets in peaceful protests over systemic injustice. Lastly, we experienced a U.S. election that has divided this nation. This year, many have lost […]

Kaweah Water Foundation to Host Safe Drinking Water Public Workshop Series in January 2021

The newly formed Kaweah Water Foundation (KWF) will be hosting a series of Safe Drinking Water public workshops in January 2021 for residents within Tulare County.  The Part One and Part Two workshops will focus on nitrates in the Kaweah area and short-term drinking water solutions for community water systems and domestic well users. Attendees […]