Although it has faced many challenges over the last few years, Tulare’s hospital is in the best shape it’s been in years.
Though currently assigned to Good Shepherd Parish in Visalia, Swearengin is on medical leave and was considered “very seriously ill,” per a statement from Fresno Bishop
Toni Lynne Gonzales will lead the resurrected department, which is scheduled to open July 15.
Former Exeter Mayor Robyn Stearns and retired Tulare County Sheriff’s Captain Larry Micari are taking on Supervisor Kuyler Crocker.
Hunt’s official contract will be approved at the June 18 City Council meeting.
A new ordinance looks to regulate sidewalk vendors following a state law that legalized street vending but allowed local health and safety rules.
The Visalia City Council approved Monday new fees, increases and adjustments to the city’s Rates and Fees Schedule for the upcoming fiscal year.
The CalFresh food program is expanding statewide, the Tulare County Health and Human Services Agency announced Tuesday. That means more are joining the state’s food stamps program.
The Army Corps of Engineers is currently releasing flood waters from Pine Flat Dam at 5,200 cubic feet per second.
A new campaign arrived following a statewide survey showing 43.8% of underage gambling originated in Tulare and Kings County.