Bird House Auction moves online

Due to the on-going concern regarding the spread of the coronavirus, Habitat for Humanity of Tulare/Kings Counties has made the difficult decision to cancel the live Birdhouse Auction scheduled for August 28th and instead all the wonderful custom birdhouses, dog houses and community donations will be featured in an ONLINE auction. The page is in […]

Arts Visalia extends “Layers of Place” and “California Farm and Foothill” exhibitions

Arts Visalia is extending its July exhibit featuring Matthew Rangel and Paul Buxman! In order to provide the community with a better opportunity to experience Layers of Place: Matthew Rangel and California Farm and Foothill: Paul Buxman, these exhibits will remain at Arts Visalia through September 25th, 2020. Arts Visalia hopes to have the gallery […]

TCOE Excellence in Education winners selected

This week, three Tulare County district employees received notification that they were the winners in the annual Excellence in Education Awards program. The winners are Administrator/Manager of the Year Philip Pierschbacher of the Tulare City School District, Teacher of the Year Stacy Trapletti of Cherry Avenue Middle School in Tulare, and School Employee of the […]

VUSD to begin Measure A upgrades

The Visalia Unified School District (VUSD) has $35 million more dollars in its construction fund following the first sale of Measure A bonds, and is ready to move forward with upgrades at Visalia’s high and middle school campuses. Bond Market Favors Taxpayers Seven major firms competed to buy the bonds during a June 25 sale, […]

Visalia City Council Authorize CARES

At the Monday, August 3rd City Council meeting, the Council received a presentation from Finance Department staff on the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES) funds. Seeking Council authorization to accept and appropriate the dollars, City staff explained that when the CARES Act was signed into law in March of this year, it […]