Tulare Public Cemetery District doubles its spending in four years, post says

Members of the Political Perspective on the Tulare Cemetery Facebook page have been posting and commenting on the doubling of the district’s budget without seeing any benefit. A concerned citizen, with several family members buried in Tulare Cemetery, contacted the Valley Voice expressing concerns over what she felt was uncontrolled spending and a lack of […]

My Diabetes Tutor is first diabetes telehealth education program approved for all Medi-Cal patients

My Diabetes Tutor, the first telehealth diabetes education program in California to receive national accreditation, is now the only virtual diabetes education provider credentialed to accept Medi-Cal patients.  Medi-Cal, California’s Medicaid healthcare program, will pay 100 percent of each patient’s cost for My Diabetes Tutor’s diabetes self-management education and support (DSMES) program. DSMES programs have resulted in measurably […]

TCOE announced as a regional hub for new residency assistance grant

Last month, the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing announced Santa Clara County Office of Education as the recipient of the Statewide Residency Technical Assistance Center grant that totals $20 million. The grant includes Tulare, Humboldt, Sacramento, and San Diego county offices of education as consortium members that will work with Santa Clara to establish regional […]

Sierra View Medical Center’s Breastfeeding Resource Center empowers new moms during breastfeeding journey

When it comes to breastfeeding, Sierra View Medical Center understands that doing what is natural doesn’t always come naturally. Thanks to its partnership with First 5 Tulare County, the SVMC Breastfeeding Resource Center is here to provide new moms and their little ones with breastfeeding support. The SVMC Breastfeeding Resource Center offers lactation services to […]

Disability Rights CA, Disability Rights Advocates claim deficient, discriminatory conditions at Kings County Juvenile Detention Center

Disability Rights California (DRC) and Disability Rights Advocates (DRA) have released a report, “Youth in Crisis: How Kings County Locks Up Youth with Disabilities.” This report outlines findings from a multi-year investigation of the conditions at the Kings County Juvenile Center. DRC and DRA call on Kings County to reform what they claim are horrific […]

West Hills College Lemoore Presents “Evening of HOPE” Free Event for Kings County Community and College Students

West Hills College Lemoore is hosting an “Evening of HOPE” event, a free and exciting gathering to bring together the Kings County community and the college community. This event will occur at the college’s student union on Friday, September 8, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. “Our college’s focus is to put the ‘community’ back in […]