Visalia is No. 25 on the happiest cities list, not No. 6, due to a foul-up by Esquire.com. The Tulare County Office of Education has moved into its new building; a Tulare County student wins an award for writing about his family’s calf ranch; and a Visalia woman still needs contributions of buttons for a display commemorating Holocaust victims.
The Tulare Hospital Foundation is holding a Great Gatsby-themed dinner and murder mystery gala March 26, and it’s sure to be a success given the number of business leaders and elected officials, including Sheriff Mike Boudreaux and District Attorney Tim Ward, in the 22-member cast.
Sixty years ago the Kaweah River flooded and tore through Three Rivers in the middle of the night, wiping out bridges, homes and buildings. Earl McKee tells the story about how he almost lost his horse and his saddle trying reach his cattle in 1955.
James SeligmanCourtesy of Three Rivers Historical Society
Raging waters pushed cowboy and his horse to the brink
Grace Jardon at USA Weightlifting Youth National Championships
Junk King Fresno makes your junk disappear
Robotics competition brings together migrant ed students