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 […]

Camping reservations required for 2021 Summer Season in Sequoia, Kings Canyon parks

Preparations are underway to reopen campgrounds in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks for the 2021 summer season. In 2020, many campgrounds remained closed, or opened with limited capacity, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For the 2021 summer season, campgrounds will require advance reservations through, which can be made up to one month in […]

Fresno Yosemite International Airport prepared for spring, summer travel with more flights, health measures

Airlines serving Fresno Yosemite International Airport (FAT) are geared up for spring and summer travel with new and returning flights. For those who will be flying, FATs “Ready to Move You Forward” campaign highlights enhanced health and safety measures for a healthy and comfortable travel experience from curb-to-curb. At commercial airports nationwide the Transportation Security […]

Casting Crowns to host ‘Night Under The Stars’ tour stop in Tulare

GRAMMY® winning multi-platinum group Casting Crowns is set to launch “A Night Under The Stars,” a 30-city drive-in tour headed out this spring. Presented by Compassion International, the tour gets underway March 18, and will make a stop in Tulare at the International Agri-Center®. Because the current pandemic has presented unique challenges to touring musicians, […]