STR ordinance continued until 2020 At the Tuesday, Nov. 19, board meeting, the Tulare County Board of Supervisors referred the draft Short Term Rentals Ordinance back to staff for more revisions. Seven more members of the public (owners) testified including … [Read more...] about News you need to be in the know: Short-term rentals, ownership change at White Horse Inn, Paradise Ranch appeals, Thanksgiving weather
In this second installment of a two-part video series, Cindy Jordan of Balancing Touch Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork in Three Rivers, applies her professional bodywork techniques to John Chappell, local resident and indoor-cycling instructor who teaches 10 … [Read more...] about Applying a balanced touch: Massage and bodywork as therapy
If the National Park Service published a handbook on how to be an interpretive ranger, Shelton Johnson would be on the cover. Ranger Johnson, currently assigned to Yosemite National Park, can be found at his home park recreating his role as a Buffalo … [Read more...] about Shelton Johnson: ‘Sequoia is more than just Yosemite without all the people’
Veterans Day 2019 marked ceremonies across America honoring all who have served this country in the military. A Veterans Day event at Ash Mountain on Monday, November 11, told the story of then-Captain Charles Young, who served as military commander and … [Read more...] about Colonel Charles Young Memorial Highway dedicated on Veterans Day
Short Term Rentals Ordinance Tulare County's Short Term Rental Ordinance has cleared the Planning Commission and is now set for a public hearing at the Tuesday, November 19, Board of Supervisors meeting (scheduled for 9 a.m.). There is still time to submit … [Read more...] about News you need to know: Short-term rentals, hotel update, weather watch
This week, one of The Kaweah Commonwealth's most popular features, "People You Should Know," returns in a new digital format. In Part 1, this hands-on video with Cindy Jordan, a board-certified massage therapist, reveals her pathway to massage — a spinal … [Read more...] about People You Should Know: Cindy Jordan, Board Certified in Therapeutic Message and Bodywork
With the deadline for first responses in Census 2020 looming in mid-April, expect Tulare County to be in the national conversation. Tulare County, in the 2010 census, was among the lowest counted counties in America. That's a big … [Read more...] about Census 2020: Here’s what you need to know
If you attended the recent presentations that prompted Three Rivers residents to discuss climate change, then you experienced how researchers on the front line of climate change are thinking, feeling, and acting. A collective of Three Rivers locals for the past … [Read more...] about One Town, One Book, One Tree: A Message of Hope
When local brewery owners Matt and Roxanne McWilliams arrived for work on Monday, October 28, they were greeted by a scene where something was not right. There at 9:30 a.m. was a middle-aged man known to the couple stretched out on one of the brewery … [Read more...] about Man found dead at Three Rivers Brewing Co.
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