Visalia Police Department Wins Prestigious California Law Enforcement Award

The Visalia Police Department has been named the winner of the California Law Enforcement Challenge Award, which is sponsored by the California Highway Patrol in partnership with the California Office of Traffic Safety and the California Office of Alcohol Beverage Control. The California Law Enforcement Challenge is a competition between similar sized and types of […]

Draft Matheny Tract Transportation Plan Available for Public Review

The draft of the Matheny Transportation Infrastructure Plan is now available for public review and comment through October 24. The plan is online at Printed copies will be available for review at the Tulare Public Library, 475 N. M St., Tulare; Palo Verde Elementary School, 9637 Ave. 196; Tulare County Resource Management Agency, 5961 […]

Connecting Goodwill to The GRID

In May of this year–in what may prove to be a national trend–Goodwill Industries opened their first in a number of considered concept stores: an experiential electronic store in Charlotte, N.C., called The GRID, carrying a huge variety of electronic and video game goods at 15 to 65% of retail prices – freeing 200 million […]

New Bureau of Reclamation Report Predicts Climate Change Will Significantly Impact Central Valley this Century

A new report released last week by the Department of the Interior’s Deputy Secretary Michael L. Connor finds that projected changes in temperature and precipitation, combined with a growing population, will have significant impacts on water supplies, water quality, fish and wildlife habitats, ecosystems, hydropower, recreation and flood control, in California’s Central Valley this century. […]