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 […]

Farm Bureau invites student artists to submit entries to annual calendar art contest

The Tulare County Farm Bureau has announced “Tulare County Agriculture: Changing the World” as the theme of its annual Student Calendar Art Contest. The Farm Bureau’s Education Committee will select 14 winning entries and numerous honorable mention works to be featured in the full-color, 12-month calendar. The calendar will be printed and distributed to Tulare […]

Monache High graduate becomes Circle J-Norris Ranch’s first artist-in-residence

Surrounded by the natural beauty of the Circle J-Norris Ranch, Dalia Gonzalez unpacks her watercolors, brushes, paper, and supplies to begin work on four large pieces that will be teaching tools for future visitors. Dalia is the first ever artist-in-residence at Circle J-Norris Ranch. Beginning this month and continuing through June working one to two days each […]