13,000 Students to Attend COS

A Press Release from Brent Calvin Superintendent/President College of the Sequoias Over 13,000 students will attend College of the Sequoias’ three campuses this week.  While Monday starts the first day of the Fall 2019 semester, Friday provided a time for reflection for faculty, staff and administrators at College of the Sequoias. At Friday’s convocation, Superintendent/President […]

Visalia’s newest elementary school opens

A sea of green, the school’s official color, washed over the new Denton Elementary School on August 5 during its campus ribbon cutting. “Building a school is a very complex and intricate project,” said interim Visalia Unified School District (VUSD) Superintendent Tamara Ravalin as she addressed the crowd. “The completion of Denton Elementary demonstrates a […]

Latinas break glass ceiling in cancer research

When Alma Torres-Nguyen, Community Outreach Coordinator for Kaweah Delta Health Care District (KDHCD), heard there was a potential research project involving rural Latinas she didn’t just get excited, she participated in securing the funding. What piqued her interest was the fact that the study involved Central Valley Latinas with limited English, an underserved group in […]

Mathis Meets with Supporters

On Tuesday, August 7, three term incumbent Assemblyman Mathis gathered with supporters at Stop Alarm in Porterville to enjoy Rosa Brothers ice cream. Tulare County Supervisor Chairman Kuyler Crocker, Supervisor Dennis Townsend as well as Ca. Republican Woman of the Year Vicki Riddle were on hand to show support toward Assemblyman Mathis’ rebid for the […]