Tulare growth signals strong economy

2018 was a strong growth year for Tulare, and all indicators signal more of the same to come in 2019, with upticks in the housing, retail and commercial sectors pointing toward good economic times ahead. Slow and Steady Things are going so well, in fact, the city may soon have to widen its boundaries, adding […]

Sierra View Foundation donates $100k for oncology tech enhancements

Presented to the Sierra View Medical Center (SVMC) Board of Directors during their first monthly meeting of the year, the Sierra View Foundation (SVF) donated a $100,000 check for a 4D CT (computerized tomography) Simulator benefitting Sierra View Medical Center’s Roger S. Good Cancer Treatment Center. On behalf of the Sierra View Foundation, Debbie Landers, […]

2019 Women’s March draws hundreds

Women seeking equality and the men who support them gathered by the hundreds Saturday, January 19, in Visalia’s Oval Park before taking to the streets for the 2019 Women’s March. Change is Needed For Melissa Ledbury of Three Rivers, the reason she joined the march is the same reason women have been protesting for 50 […]

Lemoore Files for Restraining Order against Council Member Holly Blair

A hearing was held at Kings County Superior Court Thursday, January 31, to consider granting the City of Lemoore a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) against City Council Member Holly Blair. The TRO and Preliminary Injunction were requested by Lemoore City Manager Nathan Olson, Police Chief Darrell Smith, and Assistant Police Chief Margarita Ochoa to prevent […]