Hundreds of Tulare County’s middle and high school students will be honored during a red carpet event next week for community service projects they conducted as part of the Step Up Youth Challenge.
Several years of negotiations between Tulare County and the City of Porterville related to land use and the process for possible collection of impact fees wrapped up this week.
The Board of Supervisors today designated May 2014 as Mental Health Month in Tulare County to kick off an array of activities planned throughout the month.
Tulare County’s registered voters who vote by mail can expect their ballots beginning May 5.
Tulare County’s branch libraries will be offering a variety of craft opportunities for youth through the month of May.
The Tulare County Board of Supervisors designated April 22 as Adult Literacy Day at its weekly board meeting.
The Tulare County Library’s latest speaker in the “Getting to Know” series is a true “Giant” in Tulare County education.
Organizations in Tulare County who are dedicated to protecting, conserving, and preserving fish and wildlife are eligible to apply for funds through the Tulare County Fish and Game Commission.
Voters registration deadlines are approaching. Don't miss out on your opportunity to vote in the upcoming elections!
Four members of the Board of Supervisors and the County Administrative Officer are in Washington, D.C. this week. Read more about how their meetings went with U.S. Senators, Congressmen and key Federal staff.