Media Clips 2.10.2017

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Media Clips 2.10.2017

Postby madona » Fri Feb 10, 2017 12:03 pm

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Fresno Chamber honors Bill Smittcamp of Wawona Frozen Foods
(Fresno Bee © 02/10/2017)
FYI -Along with running the nation's largest frozen peach processor, Smittcamp serves as chairman of the board of trustees at Valley Children's Hospital and is on the boards of the [Fresno State] Foundation, Central Valley Community Bank, Garfield Water District and Fresno Food Expo Advisory Committee.
http://www.fresnobee.com/news/business/ ... 25199.html

Valley economic index signals strong economy
(Porterville Recorder © 02/10/2017)
The San Joaquin Valley Business Conditions Index started 2017 on a positive note, soaring to its highest level since April 2015. The January index jumped to 59.5, up from December’s 54.5. An index greater than 50 indicates an expansionary economy over the course of the next three to six months. “After three straight months with readings below growth neutral the past summer, the index has now moved above growth neutral for five straight months,” said Dr. Ernie Goss, research faculty with the Craig School of Business at Fresno State.
http://www.recorderonline.com/news/vall ... e20dc.html

State legislation aims to bring medical school to the Valley
(Vida en el Valle © 02/08/2017)
A State legislation aims to bring a medical school to California State University, Fresno to serve the needs of the Central Valley. Assembly member Dr. Joaquín Arámbula, D-Fresno, introduced AB 207 on Jan. 23 to address the shortage of physicians and health care professionals in Fresno, Kern, Kings and Stanislaus counties. The Valley is an area with a high number of patients enrolled in Medi-Cal but also an area with many patients living with chronic conditions such as diabetes and obesity.
http://www.vidaenelvalle.com/news/state ... k=hpdigest
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