Crush Party Features Flavors of California & Local Region

From the Tulare Chamber of Commerce For the seventh year, the College of Sequoias Foundation and Tulare Chamber of Commerce are collaborating to present Crush Party.  This event showcasing premium California wines, local restaurants, caterers, and breweries, will be held on the evening of Friday, October 1st outside at the COS Tulare Campus Center.  Wineries and […]

Parents speak: “Victor Robert Krumdick, his story of life and death in the Kaweah Delta ER”

This opinion submission was taken from a comment left on our most recent article, “Kaweah Health CEO defends hospital amidst open state investigation,” by the parents of Victor Krumdick, Victor Robert and Gillian Mary Krumdick. In the process of reporting on Kaweah Health’s recent hospital inspection, the Valley Voice was able to confirm that Krumdick […]

California Farm Bureau Praises Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Veto of AB 616

California Farm Bureau President Jamie Johansson today applauded Gov. Gavin Newsom for vetoing Assembly Bill 616. The legislation would have allowed yearlong mail-in card-check campaigns for unionizing instead of a secret ballot election. “The California Farm Bureau is proud of our farmers, ranchers and farm workers who stood up and spoke out against AB 616 […]

Kings Canyon National Park Now Largely Closed, New Evacuation Warnings

Press release from the National Park Service and Tulare County Sheriff Large portions of Kings Canyon National Park have now been closed due to KNP Complex Fire activity, with further closures expected. Also, Sheriff Boudreaux has issued an evacuation warning for the Wilsonia area of Kings Canyon National Park in Tulare County. The closure includes: […]

Carnegie Museum of Kings County presents exhibition celebrating history of Naval Air Station Lemoore

The history of the U.S. Navy’s largest master jet base will be celebrated in an exhibition presented by the Carnegie Museum of Kings County from Sept. 25-Oct. 24. Naval Air Station Lemoore is the premiere training center for the carrier-based strike fighter squadrons of the Pacific Fleet. Commissioned in 1961, it is home base for […]

COS Pharmacy Tech Program accredited by American Society of Health-System Pharmacists

College of the Sequoias (COS), Pharmacy Technician Program was approved and accredited in August 2021 by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP). This prestigious accreditation for the Pharmacy Technician Program at COS was established over a three-year process and places the program as one of 22 programs in California to be accredited. The COS […]