Central California’s Portuguese festivals to be the focus of a special event at the Carnegie Museum of Kings County Aug. 12

One of the most enduring and beloved traditions among Portuguese Americans will be the focus of a special event at the Carnegie Museum of Kings County on Saturday, Aug. 12. “Festa: A History of Central California’s Azorean Celebrations” will highlight the religious roots and central features of the annual Portuguese festivals, which are held from […]

Father of Infant Boy Executed in Goshen Massacre Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Tulare County Child Welfare Services and Tulare County Sheriff’s Office

 Panish | Shea | Boyle | Ravipudi LLP attorneys David Rudorfer and Wyatt Vespermann have filed a wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of Shayne Maupin, the father of 10-month-old Nycholas Parraz—the youngest victim of the January 2023 mass shooting that left six people dead in the California farming town of Goshen. Nycholas was murdered in the […]

Westlands farmers awarded $4m through LandFlex program to minimize groundwater footprint

Close to 2,422 acre-feet of groundwater will remain in the aquifer of the Westside Subbasin thanks to a grant from The California Department of Water Resources (DWR). Farmers in the Westlands Water District Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA), which manages the groundwater in the Westside Subbasin, and three other GSAs were eligible to receive funding through […]

West Hills Lemoore strengthens leadership team with key administrative hires

West Hills College Lemoore appointed three distinguished individuals to its administrative team. With an unwavering commitment to student success and a wealth of experience in higher education, Elmer Aguilar, Kris Costa, and Nestor Lomeli join West Hills College Lemoore as the Vice President of Student Services, Vice President of Education Services, and Dean of Student […]

Child Support Awareness Month: Different wants and needs, but one shared goal

August is Child Support Awareness Month, recognized in California and nationwide. In partnership with the 47 county and regional child support offices, California Child Support Services understands that every co-parent has different wants and needs for their children, but all have the same shared goal: to see those children thrive. The services available through California’s […]

Educational Resource Services offering educators sessions on utilizing AI

Suspicious, excited but overwhelmed, lost, ready to learn, nervous. These were some of the feelings toward artificial intelligence that educators shared at the start of the Educational Resource Services’ (ERS) AI workshop. Held last Friday, July 28, the “Artificial Intelligence: Unpacking Standards and Lesson Design with AI” session helped educators feel more comfortable with the […]