Many thanks from PHS Alumni Association, A unique take on vaccinations.
Thanks for the help with AASC by Richard Schlagel, CEO of AASC and TLHD appreciates support in tough times by Kevin Northcraft, President, and Mike Jamaica, Vice President of Tulare Local Healthcare District.
Thanks for the help with AASC - Richard Schlagel, CEO of AASC, Porterville
TLHD appreciates support in tough times - Kevin Northcraft, President, Mike Jamaica, Vice President, Tulare Local Healthcare District
Dia de los Muertos - Fernando Contreras, Porterville
Why should I register and vote? - John Coffee, Chair Porterville Democratic Club
If ‘no’ isn’t enough - Priscilla Styer, Porterville
Set record straight - Warren Gubler, Mayor of Visalia
Thank you Hamilton - Linda Forman, Porterville
Follow the money - Todd Pixler, Porterville
Concerned voter - Brenda Cervantes, Lindsay
Thank you SVMC, Reynold Rutledge Porterville
Bears Ears is sacred land, Elaine Flores Springville
Consider supporting CASA, Paul Moore Executive Director CASA of Tulare County
Thank you to SVMC, Adelfa M.Trujillo Porterville
I’m an advocate for the poor and working class families. The work is a labor of love but also one that needs to be done. Those of us out in the trenches can share untold stories of the harassment, physical abuse, and many other forms of oppression from farmers and those who support their interests.
In your editorial of March 8, 2017, you said that the town hall meetings for Congressmen Kevin McCarthy and Devon Nunes were disorderly and seemingly “orchestrated” by presumably outside, radical opposition, and that the congressmen should take a pass on these functions in their districts until the meetings are “…more civil and more balanced”. I take issue with both your characterization of the meetings that have taken place and your advice that our representatives not meet with those who elected them.
Not my president
I did not vote for him, but he said he wanted to be president for all Americans. Turns out that is only for those agreeing with him. Disagree and you are 1) out of a job; 2) demeaned on Twitter, or radio or (gasp) in the news! I disagree.