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Porterville Reporter (Newspaper) - August 13, 2009, Porterville, California WEATHER THE WoO HE m THE V Wednesday High 93, Low 64. High 98, Low 61. Friday High 93, Low 58. See PAGE 5A AIR QUALITY Unhealthy groups Bound for PC Porterville College ahead to athletic loaded with local See PAGE ISA Do you think use of social media alternatives such as Twitter is a good thing or a bad thing? INSIDE NEWS Ship missing Piracy is feared in the loss of a ship that's overdue to make port. See PAGE 6A INSIDE TODAY 7A OPINION 4A GLOBE JA 2A 2A SPORTS 15-18A OBITUARIES 5A CLASSIFIED 18-28A e THE PORTERVILLE RECORDER W TO CALL 784-5000 101 ST 242 50 CENTS BUDGET Workers Have Their Say test days mandated by Arnold - RECORDER PHOTO BY RENEH AGHA work at the Porterville Developmental Center at PDC Cost estimated at approximately a month at By JHE Overtime hours at the Porterville Development Center have increased by 15 to 20 percent - or about a administration grapples with state mandated furloughs and maintaining a according to Executive Director John Most of those overtime have been allocated to members of the California Association of Psychiatric 45 percent of the center's i who do hands-on Clad in red about 20 local members of the union stood outside PDC Wednesday protesting furlough days and a hiring Please see PDC PAGE 14A RECORDER PHOTO BY RENEH AGHA Don a psychiatric technician at Porterville Developmental holds a sign Wednesday protesting furlough days mandated by Gov. Arnold RECORDER PHOTO BY RENEH AGHA Betty shelter supervisor at the Central California Family Crisis Center in talks about the work done by the Shelter staff fears abused women will be state budget too 3 workers already laid off. By JENNA CHANDLER PORTERVILLE A loss in 20 percent of revenue has not halted services at the Porterville Women's Shelter - Its most of minimum wage and have been abu Please PAGE 14A T OFF ST Harris Home Furnishings 2I4N. Second 559 784-1746 0642947111113
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