Former Hanford Mayor Dan Chin Faces 21 FPPC Violations

Parts of this article are reprinted with the permission of Mark Pratter of the The Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) issued a report last Wednesday saying there was probable cause that ex-Hanford mayor Dan Chin violated state law in the spring and summer of 2016 by accepting campaign donations of more than $100 in […]

Accessibility in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks: Short Film Series Released Online

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks News Release Across the nation, National Park Service sites are working to improve access for people with disabilities. In recent years, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks have modified many trails, features, and facilities to make them more accessible and comfortable for all visitors. To promote and share information […]

Tulare County Ramps Up COVID Vaccination Efforts

A Press Release from Tulare County Health and Human Services. Healthcare Providers, Pharmacies, and OptumServe NOW Offering Vaccine to those Eligible in Tier 1 of Phase 1B As more vaccine supply is delivered to Tulare County, area healthcare providers, pharmacy partners, and state-sponsored OptumServe locations join Tulare County Public Health in getting eligible residents throughout […]

Tulare County seeking candidates for Agricultural Advisory Committee

The Tulare County Board of Supervisors is seeking interested individuals to fill two vacant positions on the Agricultural Advisory Committee, representing the following seats: Member 1 – Dairy/Confined Livestock Member 7 – Non-Permanent Crop Farming The purpose of the Agricultural Advisory Committee is to advise and recommend to the Board of Supervisors and other County […]

Gov. Newsom and legislative leaders announce COVID relief package for Californians

Governor Gavin Newsom, Senate President pro Tempore Toni G. Atkins and Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon today announced that they have reached an agreement on a package of immediate actions that will speed needed relief to individuals, families and businesses suffering the most significant economic hardship from the COVID-19 Recession. The compromise builds on the initiatives […]

Area restaurants reopening indoors; county and cities leaving enforcement to state

Walking along downtown Visalia on a Saturday evening, you’ll find that the awnings and barriers outside of restaurants designed for outdoor dining haven’t moved. But the customers definitely have. Just follow the trail of discarded masks and you’ll find at least 11 different restaurants in the area that are now serving their customers indoors. Tulare […]