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El Diamante High School Head Football Coach Mark Rogers announces retirement  Foothills Sun Gazette

@TheSunGazette. VISALIA – El Diamante High School is sad to announce that veteran Head Football Coach Mark Rogers will retire effective immediately due ...



El Diamante spins magic with fairytale musical 'Cinderella'  Visalia Times-Delta

El Diamante High School is mounting a production of Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Cinderella" starting Thursday through Sunday at the LJ Williams Theater.



Visalia, Tulare students rise up for the National School Walkout  Visalia Times-Delta

Students across Tulare and Visalia took part in the National School Walkout Wednesday morning.



El Diamante swimmers allowed to compete  KFSN-TV

Students at El Diamante High School who were shut out of competing in the CIF Valley Swim Meet in Bakersfield were able to swim Friday after all, but not as ...



Attending a graduation? Make sure you don't miss it with this list  Visalia Times-Delta

Here's a list of local graduation and promotion ceremony dates, locations and start times to make sure you don't miss your graduate's big day.



UPDATE: Student threatened to shoot classmate after dispute  Visalia Times-Delta

A Visalia teenager was arrested on suspicion of making criminal threats against El Diamante High School.



Valley Oak principal resigns, VUSD begins search for new leader  Visalia Times-Delta

Just days before the school year begins, Visalia Unified School District administrators will begin the process to search for the new leader of Valley Oak Middle ...



El Diamante High: Boy threatened to shoot up school, police say  Fresno Bee

A boy was arrested October 26 after making threats to fire a weapon at El Diamante High School in Visalia.



High School swim team not allowed to compete because of administrative error  KFSN-TV

If you've put in as many hours on the pool deck as Preston Niayesh, hearing an apology this time of year from your swim coach might just sink your heart.



Body of California woman found after Colorado River boat collision, three still missing  WUSA9.com

A California woman was found dead Monday morning in the Colorado River. Three of her friends are missing and presumed dead. At roughly 7:30 a.m. deputies ...



Student access to arts education growing in California, Visalia  Visalia Times-Delta

Student access to arts education in California is growing, but the state isn't where it needs to be, according to a recently completed project by California's ...



El Diamante student arrested for gun threats  Foothills Sun Gazette

Police arrest second Visalia Unified student in as many months for threats of gun violence. @TheSunGazette. VISALIA – For the second time in as many months, ...



Non-profit donates wheelchair costume to Kingsburg boy  KFSN-TV

A non-profit teamed up with students from El Diamante High School to make Halloween a truly special holiday for one Kingsburg boy.



El D: The price of academics  Visalia Times-Delta

Ethan Cochran, a senior at El Diamante High School, is a model student. The bright, well-mannered teenager has steadily maintained a 4.25 GPA and is ranked ...



Six teachers to receive Crystal Apple Awards  Foothills Sun Gazette

Exeter, Visalia teachers will be presented with awards tonight, April 11. @TheSunGazette. VISALIA – Six local teachers will be honored with the Crystal Apple ...



Downtown Visalia restaurants show off their stuff for the biggest culinary event of year  Visalia Times-Delta

Downtown Visalia festival celebrates 25 years of eclectic eats.



Tulare County schools graduate students at higher rate than state  Foothills Sun Gazette

Tulare had highest district wide graduation rate in 2017; Strathmore schools graduated the highest percent of students. By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN.



Families, veterans take a 'Sentimental Journey' on a 70-year-old bomber in Visalia  Visalia Times-Delta

Iconic WW2 bomber open for public tours at Visalia airport.



The search continues for Raegan Heitzig, but for how long?  Visalia Times-Delta

"Our search efforts will not be completed until the last missing boater is accounted for."



Hollywood dreamin': Local man films TV show pilot on dairy farm  Visalia Times-Delta

Scott Seargeant hired actors and a film crew from Los Angeles to shoot a TV pilot on a Tulare County dairy farm.



Lake Havasu boating collision: Here's what we know  Visalia Times-Delta

Mohave County sheriff said deputies won't stop searching the Colorado River until the final victim of a two-boat collision is found.



Visalia mother continues to honor son's death through care packages for U.S. troops  KFSN-TV

For Visalia resident Debbie Williams, every day is Memorial Day. Nearly four years ago, her 19-year-old son Keith died while serving in Afganistan. His Army ...



Local graduation round-up  Visalia Times-Delta

With four weeks left in the academic school year, students are gearing up for the next step in their lives. This year, College of the Sequoias kicks off graduation ...



Component Coffee Lab brings big city flair, community values to Downtown Visalia  Visalia Times-Delta

Component Coffee Lab brings quality coffee and exotic donuts to Downtown Visalia.



Tippit ‘died for the love of the game,’ says mother  Visalia Times-Delta

The death of Jayce Tippit shocked a school — a community, really. At 17, with the fear of being suspended from the El Diamante High School football team he ...



Lake Havasu fatal boating collision has more questions than answers  Visalia Times-Delta

Mohave County sheriff's dive team continues the search for the last missing boater in a fatal Labor Day collision, resources are wearing thin.



University High wins Fresno County Academic Decathlon for the seventh time  Fresno Bee

About 300 students from 24 high schools in Fresno County completed the 36th Annual Fresno County Academic Decathlon on Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018 as many ...



Visalia housing market sizzles even as interest rates rise  Visalia Times-Delta

The long hot summer of 2018 is predicted to be another sizzling time in real estate here in Tulare County.



Police: 14-year-old arrested in connection with robbery of autistic teen's bike  KMPH Fox 26

UPDATE: Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017--Visalia police have finally caught a 14-year-old who pushed a boy with autism off his bike and stole it from him.Police also ...



Visalia teen has hand infected by flesh eating bacteria  KFSN-TV

It was a nightmare of a situation for a 13-year-old Visalia teen who was infected with a flesh-eating bacteria-- possibly from his football helmet.



WUSD superintendant Drew Sorensen retires after 38 years in education, last six at Woodlake  Foothills Sun Gazette

By Paul Myers @PaulM_SGN. WOODLAKE – Come June 29, Woodlake Unified's current superintendent will be moving on from education. In his full 38 year ...



ACLU urges VUSD to address racism on campuses  Visalia Times-Delta

What started with a Redwood High School student wearing a Confederate battle flag sweatshirt to class has Visalia Unified School District reconsidering how it ...



A principal shakeup at Visalia schools  Visalia Times-Delta

For upcoming school year, three principal vacancies at district middle schools and all new faces at four high schools.



Visalia says goodbye to fallen soldier  Visalia Times-Delta

Family and friends gathered Monday to say their goodbyes to Army Sgt. Tyler Vaughan.



SUGAR RUSH: 8-year-old in Visalia with cerebral palsy receives "Wreck-it Ralph" inspired wheelchair  KFSN-TV

Jayden White, an 8-year-old third-grade student from Mountain View Elementary school received an amazing gift-- a "Wreck-It Ralph" inspired wheelchair.



Visalia's Kevin Downes helps bring 'I Can Only Imagine' to big screen  Visalia Times-Delta

Visalia native Kevin Downes is one of the producers of "I Can Only Imagine," which tells the story of MercyMe singer Bart Millard's early life.



Woodlake Unified School District superintendent will retire in June  Kaweah Commonwealth

After nearly four decades in education, Woodlake Unified School District superintendent Drew Sorensen is set to retire as of June 30, 2018. Serving four years ...



Visalia Teen Idol returns for 14th year  Visalia Times-Delta

Annual back-to-school tradition, Visalia Teen Idol makes its return this week. Visalia Teen Idol, now in its 14th year, is a night of competition where 10 local teens ...



Autism:‘Different, not less’  Visalia Times-Delta

With an increase in people with autism spectrum disorder, valley schools offer an increase diverse, specialized programs.



Visalia soldier killed in car crash overseas  Visalia Times-Delta

Sgt. Tyler Vaughan, 22 of Visalia, died in a car crash while serving in Germany.



Exeter, Woodlake students among 13 high school teams to play prosecution, defense at 2018 Mock Trail competition  Foothills Sun Gazette

@TheSunGazette. VISALIA – Students from Exeter and Woodlake were among 13 Tulare County high school teams to compete in the annual Tulare County ...



Gilroy steps into high expectations  Gilroy Dispatch

After going undefeated and winning its first-ever Central Coast Section championship, what can Gilroy High possibly do for an encore? What we do know is that ...



Local earns Military Excellence Award at Recruit Training Command  Hanford Sentinel

GREAT LAKES, Ill. — Seaman Recruit Mackenzie Costa, a 2017 El Diamante High School in Visalia graduate and Hanford native, graduated as top Sailor from ...



New Visalia school means boundary changes for some neighborhoods  ABC30.com

A brand-new middle school being built in the South Valley is creating some controversy with parents. The new school means Visalia Unified School District is ...



Project Fatherhood aims to get dads back into their children lives  Visalia Times-Delta

Project Fatherhood meets weekly to learn about appropriate discipline and to understand how traumatic experiences have affected their relationship.



After a year and a half in retirement, Cody "Renegade" Gibson back at LFA 51, ready to enjoy the ride  My MMA News.com

Cody Gibson is calling it quits again, this time he is ending his retirement and stepping back into the cage to fight again. The past year and a half has been a ...



Volleyball Playoffs: Marauders fall short of goal | Sports  Porterville Recorder

El Diamante beats Monache 3-2 in quarterfinalsThe ferocity Monache High School volleyball came out with was a prime indication of just how close the CIF ...



Visalia Christmas Tree Auction: A Tradition of Giving with a Re-Imagined Look  KFSN-TV

The 37th annual Christmas tree auction kicks off Friday at the Visalia Convention Center. The Chamber of Commerce is excited to present the Masquerade ...



Best-selling author, College of Sequoias instructor releases new novel 'The Italian Party'  Visalia Times-Delta

The last time Times-Delta/Advance-Register caught up with New York Times bestselling author and College of the Sequoias English instructor Christina Lynch ...



Exeter Union High School Symphonic Band and Choir earn 'Superior' rating at CMEA festivals  Foothills Sun Gazette

@TheSunGazette. EXETER – The Exeter Union High School (EUHS) Symphonic Band, under the direction of music director Kirk Clague, received a “Superior” ...



Will Tulare City Council keep Carlton Jones mayor?  Visalia Times-Delta

The city of Tulare may have more than 60000 people, but only five residents have the power to select its mayor — the Tulare City Council.



Visalia soldier killed in overseas accident receives hero's welcome home  KFSN-TV

Sgt. Tyler Vaughan, 22, was supposed to get married soon. But instead of planning a wedding, family members are planning a funeral.



Contractor sting exposes 19 unlicensed contractors  Visalia Times-Delta

Nineteen Valley residents posing as licensed contractors could face jail time and steep fines after the Contractors State License Board held a two-day sting in ...



California bill will ban guns on campuses, period  Visalia Times-Delta

California State Assembly approved Assembly Bill 424, which will update California's Gun Free School Zones law to make schools truly "gun free."



Over 800 athletes and 200 volunteers set to put on Special Olympics this Friday in Tulare  Foothills Sun Gazette

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN. TULARE COUNTY – In two days, on Friday, April 27, the 2018 Special Olympics open. Over 800 athletes will showcase their ...



Visalia woman an 'American Ninja Warrior'  Visalia Times-Delta

Update: On the July 24th episode of "American Ninja Warrior," Visalia's Zanique Lovett was one of the 15, along with only one other woman, to advance through ...



Your Tulare County Halloween planner  Visalia Times-Delta

Here's your guide to the spookiest local Halloween haunting grounds.



Visalia soldier killed in Afghanistan  KFSN-TV

Army Pfc. Keith Michael Williams was killed on Thursday by an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan.



Celebrations for June 3  Visalia Times-Delta

Vince, you have grown to be a wonderful young man and truly special in your own way. You have great integrity and stay to true to your beliefs. Love, Grandpa ...



Mr. Takeout aims to make delivery great again  Visalia Times-Delta

Visalia delivery *service* specializes in convenience.



‘Birdland’ parents voice concern over new boundaries  Visalia Times-Delta

Parents of Fairview elementary have shown concern recently over new school boundaries.



Visalia Park & Rec gears up for summer  Visalia Times-Delta

Summer is just around the corner, and that means that local youth is thinking about upcoming summer activities. As a parent, you may be wondering what you ...



Celebrations for the week of June 4  Visalia Times-Delta

Graduation / Isaac Gallardo. Redwood High School – 2016 — Congratulations! What a better way to end your Senior year, to win and be a part of Redwood High ...



Teen has flesh-eating bacteria, possibly from football helmet  KTRK-TV

It was a nightmare of a situation for a 13-year-old teen who was infected with a flesh-eating bacteria-- possibly from his football helmet.



Tulare's Daddy-Daughter Dance: Getting down with 'Despacito' like they do in Puerto Rico  Visalia Times-Delta

Columnist Mike Hazelwood almost got through the Daddy-Daughter Dance without hurting his street cred ... until they played "Despacito."



Cremations gaining in popularity nationwide, locals see impact  Visalia Times-Delta

Driven by three primary factors, cremations are becoming more popular.



Bus driver dies after Tulare collision  Visalia Times-Delta

The Tulare County bus transit *service* mechanic rescued from a fiery bus involved in a two-vehicle wreck on Jan. 17 has died. His death makes the third fatality of ...



Visalia comes out to honor a fallen soldier  KFSN-TV

The remains of a 19-year-old Valley soldier killed in action are now back home in Visalia. Hundreds lined the streets to pay their respects and show support for ...



Short & Sweet: Staying cool in Tulare County  Visalia Times-Delta

Thinking cool thoughts ... trying to be as cool as Miles Davis, James Dean, Fonzie & Olaf. Worth far more than pearls: Love never fails [1 Cor 13:8]. What follows ...



Sports roundup: Who's still in the playoffs? | Local  Hanford Sentinel

OROSI — The 6-seed Golden Bears went on the road and upset 3-seed Orosi 28-14 in the first round of the CIF Central Section Division VI football playoffs on ...



Post-amputation, Visalia Man becomes champion strongman  Visalia Times-Delta

Former Golden West offensive tackle Chad Macklin's leg amputation has renewed his drive to compete.



Springfest home show returns to Visalia  Visalia Times-Delta

The South Valley's largest home show, is set to take place Friday, Feb. 10 through Sunday, Feb. 12 in the Visalia Convention Center, 303 East Acequia Ave.



New affordable housing laws passed in California  Visalia Times-Delta

These new 15 housing laws will have a major impact on Visalia, Tulare, Porterville, and Bakersfield.



Visalia church seeks school supplies  Visalia Times-Delta

Restoration Ministries puts on Koinonia Day and Back to School event Aug. 8.



Visalian Jim Barnes on a life of serving  Visalia Times-Delta

Jim Barnes was born to be a teacher, but he denied it for a while. As a child, the Visalia-native was a struggling C-average student who was behind on reading, ...



Nehemiah Project helps Visalia's needy families  Visalia Times-Delta

The Nehemiah Project believes you don't have to go to a third world country to help the needy. They created their mission right in north Visalia. The project ...



Celebrations for May 27  Visalia Times-Delta

It is with great pride that CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Tulare County would like to announce our newest graduating class! CASA's new ...



Downtown Visalia Farmers Market to open in May  Visalia Times-Delta

After years of regularly opening up shop the week after Daylight Saving Time begins in spring, the downtown market won't be open for business until Thursday, ...



Sound N Vision hosts free youth music classes  Visalia Times-Delta

This summer marks the seventh consecutive year Aaron Gomes' Sound N Vision Foundation has offered free summer music classes to Visalia-area youth.



Hmong woman keeps families together  Visalia Times-Delta

Mae Vang helps other Hmong families learn how to nurture and care for their young children.



Celebrations for May 7  Visalia Times-Delta

Mother's Day 2016 / Kathy Forsythe. You are the most amazing woman and mother. Liz and I (Cameo) are endlessly lucky to have you in our lives for your love, ...



Staying open for the Christian community  Visalia Times-Delta

Two years after purchasing St. Joseph's Christian Supply, the Ramage family of Visalia had to make a big decision about the store's future: how to keep it open ...



California FFA wins battle against budget cuts  Visalia Times-Delta

A massive statewide objection to proposed budget cuts to Future Farmers of America has caused Gov. Jerry Brown to rethink his 2017-18 budget proposal.



Warming up for fitness success  Visalia Times-Delta

Visalia fitness expert Justin Levine gives tips on getting and staying fit.



Parkside Chapel has a new lead pastor  Visalia Times-Delta

After an extensive search where more than 100 resumes arrived from throughout the United States and abroad, Pastor Nigel Unrau was unanimously ...



Support the BRAVE Project, honor military personnel  Visalia Times-Delta

After filling Caldwell Avenue with banners honoring military personnel, the BRAVE Project heads to Akers Street.



Tulare County Academic Decathlon Champions | News  Porterville Recorder

Granite Hills High School heading to StateVISALIA – What appeared at one point to be a neck-and-neck competition between two Tulare County schools ended ...



Place of worship: The Journey  Visalia Times-Delta

Church: The Journey, 316 N.W. 3rd Ave. in Visalia. About: The Journey is an independent, non-denominational, Spirit-filled congregation. We focus on ...



Holocaust remembered at Visalia event  Visalia Times-Delta

The California Holocaust Education & Resource Center is hosting two Holocaust survivors in Visalia at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 20 at 115 E Paseo Ave., Visalia.



Rancho Padre serves up fresh juice year-round  Visalia Times-Delta

Whether rain, or sleet, or the rather unlikely event of snow, the family members of Rancho Padre bring their *fresh* seasonal juices to the Saturday Visalia ...



Historic Merryman Station brought back to life  Visalia Times-Delta

The Exeter landmark was first a train stop east of Exeter in 1907.



New twin babies, ‘Weird Science’ and ‘American Pickers’  Visalia Times-Delta

It's been quite a week for me. My wife and I just welcomed a new addition to the family — twin baby girls. I loved them as soon as I looked into their beady little ...



Visalia’s haunted attractions guarantee heebie jeebies  Visalia Times-Delta

There's only about a week left of the most wonderful time of the year — Halloween. And that, of course, means it's prime haunted house time. Until scientists ...



Tazz.Coffee prepares Visalians for daily grind  Visalia Times-Delta

Tazz.Coffee opens on Main Street with focus on *fresh*, local coffee.



Visalia barbershop turns a need into a business  Visalia Times-Delta

Visalia barbershop and mobile unit fills a need for clients with developmental disabilities.



Donate to FoodLink, help feed hungry Tulare County kids  Visalia Times-Delta

Children who aren't fed regularly at home benefit from donations to FoodLink for Tulare County.



Native son returns to Visalia to practice neurosurgery  Visalia Times-Delta

Dr. Bill Whitlatch, Jr.'s parents can still picture him as a 5-year-old boy waiting for the school bus to take him to Linwood Elementary School in Visalia.



CASA advocates for abused children  Visalia Times-Delta

One out of every 11 children in Tulare County is a reported victim of abuse. Today the once not-discussed horror of cancer is no longer a taboo subject, yet child ...



Visalian takes stage for Miss California Teen pageant  Foothills Sun Gazette

Representing the San Joaquin Valley, Kaitlyn Ward will contend for the Miss California Teen crown. By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN. VISALIA – The contestants ...



Visalia hosts first Boots, Brews and Bacon Fest  Visalia Times-Delta

Country music, beer and -- of course -- bacon make for a fine afternoon.



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