Sierra View Teams-Up with Imperial Ambulance and Tulare County Health & Human Services in Efforts to Administer COVID-19 Vaccines

Porterville, CA – May 12, 2021: Sierra View Medical Center (SVMC) and Imperial Ambulance have become community partners with Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency (TCHHSA) to help administer COVID-19 vaccines to the community beginning Thursday, May 13, at the Porterville Memorial Building, 1900 W. Olive Ave, Porterville, CA, 93257. This is an effort to […]

UPHS named California Distinguished School

University Preparatory High School (UPHS) was named a California Distinguished School. The two-year honor was awarded by the California Department of Education (CDE) based on the school’s performance and progress with the state indicators specified on the California School Dashboard – indicators that include test scores, suspension rates, and conditions and climate. This spring, the […]

COVID-19 Community Vaccinations in Tulare County

Tulare County Public Health is organizing pop-up community vaccination clinics throughout Tulare County Tulare County Public Health is organizing and sponsoring a variety of community-based vaccination clinics in rural and underserved communities of Tulare County. Anyone age 16 and older is eligible to get vaccinated at these community vaccination clinics, no appointment necessary. Individuals age […]

ImagineU Children’s Museum Celebrates Grand Re-Opening: Unveils New and Improved Exhibits

This Friday, May 14, ImagineU Children’s Museum will host community partners, sponsors and local dignitaries at a ribbon-cutting to celebrate the grand re-opening of its doors to the public for the first time since being forced to temporarily halt operations due to COVID-19 restrictions. “Our new look offers a more appealing design, more interactive play […]

Governor Newsom Expands Drought Emergency to Central Valley

A Press Release from the office of Governor Gavin Newsom 41 counties now under drought state of emergency to protect communities and the environment, representing 30 percent of the state’s population Governor Gavin Newsom today significantly expanded his April 21 drought emergency proclamation to include Klamath River, Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta and Tulare Lake Watershed counties where […]

COS offers upcoming classes in Office, business writing, supervisory academy

The COS Training Resource Center is offering several upcoming short-term classes.  These classes include Microsoft Excel, Business Writing and Supervisory Academy. Microsoft Excel is offered at three different skill levels and will go over how to use Excel, how to enter formulas, advanced formulas, creating charts and more. These classes will be offered in two […]

Three-year bachelor’s degree at Fresno Pacific can jumpstart graduates’ careers

Students who want a quicker start to their careers now have a three-year option at Fresno Pacific University. Bachelor’s degrees in several areas of business, along with English, biology, mathematics and chemistry are now available in three years in addition to the traditional four-year program, thanks to graduation pathways that include all classes within three […]