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Farming accident kills COS worker in Tulare College of the Sequoias’ farm specialist James Heuer died July 18 in an apparent farming accident on COS’ farm in Tulare. Shortly before noon, COS police received a report of an accident involving a person and a spray rig on the northwest section of the COS Tulare College [...]

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Head Start centers begin fall enrollment

  The Tulare County Office of Education’s Early Childhood Education Program (formerly known as the Child Care Educational Program) is currently accepting applications for preschool enrollment at its Head Start and state-funded preschools. Jim Vidak, county superintendent of schools, said the centers are now accepting preschoolers who are between 2 years and 10 months old [...]

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Farmersville names interim Superintendent

  Farmersville Unified School District may not have a permanent superintendent by the time the 2014-15 school year begins, but it will have an experienced one. The Farmersville Unified School District (FUSD) Board of Trustees appointed Luis Castellanoz as its interim superintendent earlier this month. The 62-year-old Castellanoz retired a year ago after a nearly [...]

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Scouts, Be Prepared For New Cabins

  The Sequoia Council, Boys Scouts of America unveiled five of 11 new cabin additions to Camp Chawanakee during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, July 11, 2014 as part of the Council’s Capital Development Campaign. The revamped cabins include new heating systems, showers, lights, sitting areas and front porches. All 11 cabins are tentatively scheduled [...]

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‘Fiddler’ turns 50

  In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Fiddler on the Roof’s debut Broadway production, the TCOE Theatre Company will perform the popular musical seven times this summer. “Fiddler is one of the most popular musicals ever written,” says Brian Roberts, director of the Theatre Company. “We wanted our students to be familiar with the material because [...]

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INBRIEF

Tulare County Library to host free summer program As one of the series of summer adult events, the Tulare County Library is hosting a free program at the Sam Peña Planetarium on Thursday evening, July 17. The Stars and Stories presentation will feature imaginary trips in our solar system and information on various astronomy subjects. [...]

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Educating graduates on credit scores

  This is a special time of year. Across the nation, graduates are on the horizon of new careers and building their own lives. While this is an exciting stage in life, it is a concerning time as well. Many students are graduating with student loan debt, and research shows that Millennials (ages 18-34) know [...]

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Tulare-Kings Co. gets a boost

  On May 30, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced that Tulare-Kings Pathways Project was awarded a grant from the California Career Pathways Trust (CPT) in the top funding category - “up to $15 million.” The Tulare-Kings Pathways Project, which was one of just 12 programs statewide funded at this level, will receive nearly $14.8 million over a [...]

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Local agencies work together to bring joy to Tonyville families

Lindsay PACE (Parent Agency Collaborative Effort), in collaboration with Healthy Start Family Resource Center, United Way, and 1st Five of Tulare County brought smiles, laughter, and fun activities to families in the neighborhood of Tonyville on the evening of June 26. Flyers had been printed, banners hung, and door to door personal invitations had been [...]

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America’s youth take center stage in Three Rivers

  The country’s most musically inclined youth have taken center stage in Three Rivers. From June 29 until July 20 students from nine to 19 with a passion for the violin, viola, or cello are able to refine their skills through Center Stage Strings camp. 30 young musicians from across North America were chosen to [...]

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