A story about a non-profit, business or community member that gives back to the community
IN 1978, funding for a summer school theatre program in Tulare had just been cut, igniting several participating parents and teachers to discuss forming an independent theatre company. The idea of Encore Theatre Company became a reality in 1979, keeping theatre alive in Tulare.
“There is no such thing as a bad kid.” This is the philosophy of Golden State Family Services, which believes strongly that while kids can make poor choices, they can stop and begin again if given an opportunity, structure and loving support.
The American Heart Association is the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. Six cardiologists started the association in 1924, and it has grown to include more than 30 million volunteers...
Every pet deserves a safe place to call home, and the Cat House on the Kings in Parlier aims to do just that.
No one should go hungry. This is the aim and belief of the College of the Sequoias Giant Pantry.
Step back in time to the 1930s. Imagine you are living in the South Valley. You have heard about the recent Dust Bowls in the Midwest on the radio, and maybe even on a television.
For Michaelpaul Mendoza and Harvesting Hope of Tulare County, it’s about going beyond the textbook.
Up against the Sierra Mountains about 25 miles northeast of Visalia, you will find a place like no other.
More than 100 golfers will tee off for charity at Sunnyside Country Club in Fresno for the 12th Annual Healing Hearts Relief Golf Tournament.
School is important. And you can’t receive an education without the necessary tools, such as school supplies.