Letter: Working for Fagundes’ District Attorney Office was “the best learning experience,” “amazing work experience”

I am writing to describe my experience working for the Kings County District Attorneys Office. Working at the Kings County District Attorney under the leadership and direction of Keith Fagundes, Phil Esbenshade, and William Wolfe was an amazing work experience from start to finish. I came to the Kings County District Attorney’s Office from Orange […]

Parent: “Eternally grateful” to TCSD teachers, aides, therapists, psychologists, administrators

On March 18th, the Valley Voice published an article titled, “Tulare Parent’s Lawsuit Seeks Justice for Disabled Son.” The article told the story of a local family’s struggle with and legal battles against the Tulare City School District; specifically concerning the district’s role in educating their special needs son. As I read the article, I […]

Stop Early Release For Violent Felons

A press release from Assembly Member Devon Mathis California’s corrections department is trying to turn an “emergency” plan that slashed the time violent felons have to serve in prison into a permanent early release program. We need your help to make sure that these emergency regulations don’t become permanent! In April 2021, the corrections department implemented […]

Academic Hunger Games

Instagram, television, and parents’ nostalgia promise us that the teenage years are something to savor: drives with friends, weekends full of activity, and the last few years of being young before transitioning into full adulthood. Instead, I’m at University Preparatory High School (Visalia) chasing down SAT prep, college classes, and a multitude of extracurriculars that […]