Tulare Union High School named semi-finalist in $2m national STEM contest

Selected from a nationwide pool of applicants, Tulare Union High School in Tulare, California was named one of 75 Semi-Finalists in the 11th annual Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest, a program that encourages 6th-12th grade students to solve real-world issues in their community using classroom skills in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).  Tulare Union […]

TCOE Theatre Company announces virtual spring programs

Last week, the Theatre Company announced its spring programs, including a variety of virtual workshops for dance, acting, and monologues. The Theatre Company also announced registration for two spring online musicals, Our Father’s Dragon and Dream Roles. Our Father’s Dragon is an adaptation of the beloved children’s fantasy book, My Father’s Dragon, written by Ruth […]

COS Training Resource Center partners with Kings County Human Services to provide training

The Training Resource Center at College of the Sequoias provides business skills training for local employers, among the college’s numerous Contract Education offerings. For several years now, the center has provided workplace training for employees at Kings County’s Human Services Agency, providing instruction in business writing, communication skills, Excel (intermediate and advanced) and OneNote. “Microsoft […]

Pop-up Tulare County Library bookmobile will be introduced on December 8

The Tulare County Library will roll out its new bookmobile at the December 8, 2020 meeting of the Board of Supervisors; after a brief presentation, the board will join library representatives outside for a ribbon-cutting ceremony, introducing a new vehicle that will expand library and literacy services to all of Tulare County. The event will […]

Fresno Pacific University to stay online for spring 2021, change December 2020 commencement plans

Instruction at Fresno Pacific University will continue online instruction for the spring 2021 semester—and put its December 2020 commencement on wheels. University leaders had been preparing for some form of hybrid model for students in traditional undergraduate programs on the main campus, 1717 S. Chestnut Ave., Fresno., when Fresno County returned to the purple tier […]