City of Visalia accepting applications for Historic Preservation Advisory Committee

Applications are now being accepted for one open position on the City of Visalia’s Historic Preservation Advisory Committee. The application window will be open until Monday, October 17th at 5 p.m. PST. The Historic Preservation Advisory Committee administers and carries out the standards and specifications of the City of Visalia’s Historic Preservation Ordinance. Every City of […]

Hurtado says she will introduce legislation to increase Narcan access in high/middle schools

Today, Senator Melissa Hurtado (D-Bakersfield) released the following statement announcing that she plans to introduce legislation to increase naloxone access in high school and middle schools: “Fentanyl is a deadly, destructive, disaster for our community and I want to do all we can to prevent another parent from losing a child to this evil drug. […]

Sex in a Small Town: First Date in NYC

The men in NYC are like rats. They are everywhere. I’m here to go to museums, offbeat movies, the theater, get lost on subways, eat pizza, and write. But in a city of one million single men vs. the four single men where I live, I should explore my options. My online dating profile sums […]

CHOICES introduces new social-emotional education program in 29 schools

One day each week, freshmen at Mt. Whitney High School in Visalia use their physical education period to attend a new class focused on other elements of their wellbeing. Instead of building muscles and cardiovascular health, the class is designed to build resiliency and social-emotional wellbeing. This fall, members of the CHOICES Prevention/Intervention Education team […]

Green Rose Productions hosting 3rd Annual Dia De Los Muertos celebration

Green Rose Productions is proud to present the 3rd Annual Dia De Los Muertos celebration on Saturday, October 22nd at The Pavilion at the Visalia Cemetery. Starting at noon, GRP will host entertainers like Latin folkstar, Pachango, opera star Erika Nicole Alatorre, singer and entertainers Rosalinda Verde Alexander and Ally Garcia, children’s dance group, Ballet […]

The California Promise needs new leadership

Dear Valley Voice Editor and Readers, California WAS a state that signified opportunity and prosperity. Thousands of individuals used the Golden State as an opportunity to raise a family, start a business, and live a life of prosperity. It was called “The California Promise.” Over the last decade, the hope of the California Promise has […]

GenteFest! ‘22” a GOTV concert & rally

LOUD for Tomorrow and Central Valley Partners announced a get out the vote style concert and rally with performances from Fuego, Snow Tha Product, Las Cafeteras, and OmeDJ. The free show, named ¡GenteFest! ‘22, is taking place on Friday evening, October 7th at the Visalia Fox Theatre in Visalia, CA. Doors will open at 6:00pm and the event will promptly begin at […]

Jevon Price Announces Candidacy for Tulare Local Healthcare District Area 3

Jevon Price is announcing his candidacy for the Area 3 Director seat on the Tulare Local Healthcare District Board. Jevon’s experience and education exceeds the expected qualifications for such a position. His reputation among healthcare leadership and operational management in healthcare is evident by the increasingly growing number of local physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, and […]