Tulare avoids lawsuits with TPD officers

The city of Tulare will pay two of its police officers a total of $40,000 to avoid going to court over an allegedly improper disclosure of information about them by Councilman Carlton Jones. At its meeting August 18, the Tulare City Council voted 4-1–with Jones casting the sole no vote to pay $23,000 to Lt. […]

Tulare County Public Health Will Not Approve School Waivers Until COVID-19 Case Transmission Rates Decline

A press release from Tulare County Public Health Department The COVID-19 virus continues to spread throughout Tulare County, impacting our communities and the ability for local schools to return to in-person classroom instruction. Tulare County Public Health is assisting schools with guidance documents, resources, and information as they plan and develop protocols for returning to […]

VUSD to begin Measure A upgrades

The Visalia Unified School District (VUSD) has $35 million more dollars in its construction fund following the first sale of Measure A bonds, and is ready to move forward with upgrades at Visalia’s high and middle school campuses. Bond Market Favors Taxpayers Seven major firms competed to buy the bonds during a June 25 sale, […]