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. […]

Construction Begins on New TCOE Administration, Planetarium Buildings

Separate groundbreaking ceremonies were held on September 10 for two new Tulare County Office of Education buildings: an administration building/conference center and a new planetarium. The new three-story administration building, at 6200 S. Mooney Blvd. in Visalia, will include 66,000 square feet of office space. Its offices will serve the Tulare County superintendent of schools […]

California Library Literacy Services Celebrates 30th

This month, California Library Literacy Services, a program of the California State Library, celebrates 30 years of changing the lives of low-literate adults and their families. Since its inception, California’s Library Literacy Services has helped nearly a quarter of a million Californians learn to read and write. To mark the 30th anniversary milestone of this […]