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 […]

Regional districts file suit over state water supply cuts

California’s reservoirs are nearly empty due to historic drought conditions. Water supplies for many farmers are curtailed or cut off entirely, leaving them to hope that Mother Nature brings winter rain and snowpack to rescue them next year. But, until then, irrigation districts in several Central Valley farm communities are going to court, challenging the […]

CSET now recruiting for 2021-22 #LEAD program

The Community Services Employment Training (CSET) Youth Department is pleased to announce the recruitment for the #LEAD (Leading, Educating, Advocating, and Dedication) Program. #LEAD is a Leadership and College/Career Readiness program for high school juniors and seniors in Visalia, Tulare, Porterville, or Dinuba/Cutler-Orosi. “As #LEAD enters its ninth consecutive year, we look forward to connecting […]