Mighty Oak Chorus hosting 40th anniversary show

Our award-winning Visalia Mighty Oak Chorus invites you to join us for our 40th Anniversary Musical Show “Helloooo Broadway.” Saturday, April 30th, 2 pm, in Visalia at the Central Valley Christian High School Theater. You’ll hear some of Broadway’s greatest all-time favorite show songs, like: “Give My Regards To Broadway”.. “Oklahoma”.. “Bring Him Home”.. “Over […]

Parent: “Eternally grateful” to TCSD teachers, aides, therapists, psychologists, administrators

On March 18th, the Valley Voice published an article titled, “Tulare Parent’s Lawsuit Seeks Justice for Disabled Son.” The article told the story of a local family’s struggle with and legal battles against the Tulare City School District; specifically concerning the district’s role in educating their special needs son. As I read the article, I […]

Kaweah Health adopts new district map, wraps up redistricting process with public input

After holding a series of public meetings to gather community input, the Kaweah Delta Health Care District Board, which governs Kaweah Health, has wrapped up its redistricting process, approving a map that redraws the district’s five geographic zones to better reflect the population it serves for future board elections. The new map, which was approved […]

Self-Help Enterprises celebrates groundbreaking of new housing in Farmersville

On April 22, Self-Help Enterprises will hold a groundbreaking of the Los Arroyos apartments, a 108-unit affordable rental community located at 135 E. Walnut Avenue in Farmersville.   Los Arroyos will provide permanent affordable rental housing to working people in Farmersville, and is located within walking distance of shopping, schools, and recreation. It is a highly […]

Climate neutrality on state dairy farms ‘within reach’

As California dairy farmers face increasing pressure to reduce the impact their cows have on the warming planet, scientists and people in the business say tools are available to do just that. But getting more farms to use them will require investment and other incentives to achieve specific targets. “Climate neutrality is definitely within reach. […]

Arts Visalia presenting Christopher Troutman and Chao Ding

Arts Visalia’s May exhibitions will feature the works of Christopher Troutman and Chao Ding. Creating large intricate works, Christopher Troutman uses dynamic compositions to juxtapose imagery from the US and Japan.  Troutman uses life experiences highlighting social and cultural differences to present the audience with a wider global perspective. Chao Ding’s paintings feature abandoned places […]

Kings County District Attorney Fagundes receives all Hanford public safety endorsements

A press release from Kings County District Attorney Keith Fagundes The Committee to Elect Keith Fagundes for another term as Kings County District Attorney has announced that DA Fagundes has swept the endorsements of all Hanford’s Public Safety Associations. After both candidates presented their ability and skill to each group noted below, there is overwhelming […]