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Love And Help For Victims Of California Fires

To the Editor – My name Lesley Linhares and I am a 34-year-old disabled lifetime resident of this area and single mother of 4, but raising 6 kids between the ages of 7 and 11. I have been working as a daycare provider and consultant for Jamberry the past several years. But when the big fires hit California this summer ...

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Protect My Right To Family’s Health Choices

To the Editor: If you believe that you should be the one who makes the health choices for you and your family and you want to know how you can protect that right, come and learn about some rights that you are in danger of losing. It’s worth fighting for! Governor Brown signed SB 277 the most stringent vaccine mandate ...

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Taking a Stand For A New College Campus In Oakhurst

The following letter states my support of the State Center Community College District (District) constructing a new College campus in the Oakhurst area. I am responding to the poorly thought out “Blueprint for Our Community Colleges” as authored by Miguel Arias and John Leal. Mr. Arias and M. Leal are two of many of the SCCCD Trustees. Their article denouncing ...

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Fight For Oakhurst Community College

To the Editor: Please read the article in the link below. This is an article in Thursday’s Fresno Bee regarding Mr. Arias’ opinion of the future growth of the State Center Community College District and how that growth should AVOID OAKHURST. I am hereby initiating an community organization to oppose the opinion of Miguel Arias, a SCCCD Trustee. A summary ...

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Emergency Threatens Bass Lake

Letter from Dr. Bill Troost, Chair, Forest Management LSBC Homeowners Lakeshore Park, Bass Lake CA sent to: HON. DIANNE FEINSTEIN HON. BARBARA BOXER This letter is written to inform you about a critical emergency that is threatening BASS LAKE California. Bass Lake is a crown jewel of the Sierra Nevada mountain range located approximately 11 miles south of Yosemite National ...

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Why Mitt Quit

Yes… I voted for Mitt and I would have done it again! Even as a Former Mormon Bishop who is certain that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is both NOT True and NOT Christian, Mitt Romney was a far better choice than Barack HUSSEIN Obama. For those of you perceptive Mormons who noticed the very short time-frame ...

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Bad Behavior At County Supervisors Meeting

At the Madera County Board of Supervisors meeting on January 13, 2015, Rebecca Martinez, an elected official who is in charge of the Madera County Elections, Clerk-Recorder Department gave respectful and logical comments and requests regarding the Madera County Supervisors’ request of a 29% annual salary increase. One of the Supervisors thanked her for her comments and clarification of the ...

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D.A. Lawsuits Did Not Cost Taxpayers Any Money

This is in response to Supervisor Tom Wheeler’s recent letter to the editor. Unfortunately, there continues to be misinformation and inaccurate reporting in the media, which has distorted the truth about lawsuits filed against me and the County of Madera. To begin with, no fault or liability was ever found as a result of the lawsuits. As has been the ...

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Linn Doesn't Know How To Prosecute A Case

Running the office of district attorney of any county is not stting in a court room presenting evidence to get a convitction. The hard part is putting a team together to do that job at the higest level. That type of leadership and guidence comes from years of successes and oh yes failures. This job includes contacts with the Board ...

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