Sierra View Medical Center’s Wound Healing Center Receives Two Nationally Recognized Awards

Recognized by Healogics®, the nation’s leading and largest wound care management company, Sierra View Medical Center’s (SVMC) Wound Healing Center recently received not only one, but two nationally recognized awards: The 2021 Center of Excellence Award and the 2021 Center of Distinction Award. “I’m extremely proud of our outstanding wound care team,” says Donna Hefner, […]

West Hills College Lemoore Named 2022 Best College/University by Fresno Bee’s Best of Central California People’s Choice

West Hills College Lemoore Named 2022 Best College/University by Fresno Bee’s Best of Central California People’s Choice  West Hills College Lemoore has been awarded Best College/University by the Fresno Bee’s Best of Central California People’s Choice sponsored by Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino. According to the Best of Central California team, this year’s contest had […]

Little Reading Club / Pequeño Club de Lectura

Tulare County Library’s Read to Succeed Literacy hosts Pequeño Club de Lectura, a bilingual book club and storytime for families with children ages five and under, from June through September, 2022. Based on our popular Early Learning with Families program that teaches skills for parents to prepare their children to enter school and learn to […]

‘There’s a perfect storm brewing,’ Farm Bureau president warns in D.C. visit

Arriving in Washington, D.C., amid concerns over global conflict, the pandemic and inflation, the California Farm Bureau board of directors met with members of Congress, federal agencies and others on pressing issues affecting agriculture. Discussions focused on themes including the California drought, trade challenges and immigration and farm workforce issues. “This drought is even more […]

Urban water use is latest target for drought cutbacks

With farmers across California already facing severe cuts in irrigation supplies, state officials are now imposing additional aggressive conservation measures for urban consumers and local water agencies across the state. Emergency regulations, adopted May 24 by the California State Water Resources Control Board, are now targeting California cities and communities and the state’s nonagricultural landscapes. […]

Fresno-Yosemite International ready to welcome summer travelers

Fresno Yosemite International Airport (FAT) anticipates a busy summer travel season beginning late May and beyond Labor Day weekend. Fully recovered to pre-pandemic passenger levels, FAT is forecasting record passenger volume during the summer travel period.  Travelers are encouraged to arrive early and to check with their airline for any requirements to ensure seamless travels. […]