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3 hrs ago | Visalia Times-Delta
And happen, it is. On Wednesday, the ground will officially be broken at the intersection of Oak Avenue and Tipton Street in Visalia, the site of the new ImagineU Interactive Children's Museum.
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7 hrs ago | Visalia Times-Delta
Pretty soon, when local third graders visit Sequoia Riverlands Trust preserves in Tulare County, they're going to be met by new volunteer naturalists.
Kids and parents can take a break from the holiday hurry at one of the Tulare County Visalia Branch Library's children's programs hosted by Children's Librarian Florencia Kaprielian.
We are in the holiday season and many of us think of what we might do to help others.
New rules ushered in under the new funding formula for school districts may mean less funding for free and reduced-price lunches at some sites in Tulare County.
The organization, which represents more than 1,000 private consulting engineering and land-surveying firms, made the announcement on Tuesday, citing Conway's "strong understanding of the many issues facing engineering and surveying businesses in California today," according to a written statement by ACEC President Bill Wagner.
The Rescue Mission has a shelter for men and another one for women and children, but no family shelter.
A Tulare County resident's attempt to keep his dogs warm backfired when the barbecue he lit apparently ignited a fire in the shed that housed the animals, killing all three dogs and a puppy, the Tulare County Fire Department said.
The Tulare County Veterans Service Office gets quite a few calls from veterans requesting an identification card that identifies one as a veteran.
Tulare County Board of Supervisors Chairman Pete Vander Poel will speak at the opening of White River Plaza, that starts at 9:30 a.m. Other guests will include Michael Washam, the county's economic development, and Juan Ortiz, regional manager for AutoZone Corp. The 7.5-acre project at Highway 99 at Ave. 56, is the largest retail development ever ... (more)
A Lindsay man, who worked as a Detention Services Officer for Tulare County jails, was arrested earlier this month on suspicion that he was making a bomb.
The suspect's home in the 1700 block of Spruce Street was searched by deputies from the Pixley Substation.
County fire crews were first called to a home in Lindsay shortly before 5 p.m. Firefighters at the scene reported heavy flames coming from the residence when they arrived at 4:56 p.m. In total, three engines, a water tender and a battalion chief were involved in extinguishing the blaze.
Volunteer Tanya Plascencia of Tulare prepares tax returns through CSET's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program because she loves seeing clients' faces when they realize they're getting money back.
Inspectors in the South Valley took their first look at fruit damaged by last week's freezing temperatures.
The fight to save citrus across Tulare County is in full swing as lingering sub-freezing temperatures threaten the $900 million citrus crop.