ElectionsVote (by Gene Uzawa Dorio, M.D.) Local political issues like Cemex, which potentially impacts our Valley with contaminating pollutants from cement mining, continues to elude a concrete solution.  Down(more..)


ElectionsVote (by Alan Ferdman) Last Monday evening (October 28), at the SCV Sanitation Board Meeting, we witnessed a surprise twist in ending the Chloride EIR Facility Plan selection process.  It seems the do(more..)


ElectionsVote (by Andrew Fried) Even after a decade and a half of debate, we're still learning new things about the proposed CEMEX gravel mine in Soledad Canyon. And, here's a doozy: The mine would pit the policie(more..)


ElectionsVote Anonymous...that’s how many remained...as Vietnam veterans returned after defending our country to assimilate back into society. The Vietnam War ended April, 30, 1975, and Henry Mayo Hospital op(more..)


ElectionsVote What do Senator John McCain, Secretary of State John Kerry, and Henry Mayo Hospital’s Dr. Doug Gadowski have in common?  All three are recipients of the Bronze Star Medal for Heroism. Issu(more..)


ElectionsVote A copy of a letter arrived in my office about six months ago from parents complaining of care received by their child in our Emergency Room.  It was addressed to Administration at Henry Mayo Newh(more..)


ElectionsVote The public has always regarded hospitals as sacrosanct.  Growing up in my neighborhood, the building stood in quiet splendor doing a job most of us rarely understood. Through the blending of(more..)


ElectionsVote Often, you only win the battle if you stick with it for the long haul. And when it comes to the proposed CEMEX sand and gravel mine in Soledad Canyon, it has been a long haul indeed, and the battle is(more..)


ElectionsVote Often, you only win the battle if you stick with it for the long haul. And when it comes to the proposed CEMEX sand and gravel mine in Soledad Canyon, it has been a long haul indeed, and the battle is(more..)


ElectionsVote Another dry early August day with consecutive temperatures over 100 degrees brought many Santa Clarita Valley elders to our designated “cooling Senior Center” to escape the desert heat.&nb(more..)