wholderman's picture
Friday, December 5, 2008 - 3:16pm

Well, a fragrance company has come out with a sprayable fragrance that apparently "smells like the school" for only $60! (Penn State). The developer has put together a recipe for perfume and cologne that was inspired by the Pennsylvania State University's blue and white colors and its campus landscaping. The perfume is a concoction of vanilla, lilac, rose and white patchouli, and the cologne is of blue cypress and cracked pepper (cracked pepper!?!). I guess the football fans should love it!

ccastro's picture
Thursday, December 4, 2008 - 10:11am

If you've visited or driven by the Clovis Community Medical Center (CCMC) campus lately you have noticed a flurry of construction activity underway relative to our exciting new Outpatient Center Expansion which we commonly refer to as Phase A in a multi-phased master campus expansion plan that is expected to span the next 5-years or so.

ccastro's picture
Thursday, December 4, 2008 - 10:01am

Using new technology to improve life is just one of the many common elements of my two jobs as CEO of Clovis Community Medical Center (CCMC) and Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Community Medical Centers that I love!

jtaylor's picture
Wednesday, December 3, 2008 - 8:00am

When I dislocated my kneecap on the baseball field, the emergency room doc in New London, Conn., literally laughed at my pain as he popped my knee back into place in a crowded hallway with no anesthetic.

When my daughter dislocated her kneecap while sporting around decades later, the ER doc in Fresno ensured she was absolutely giggling with pain meds before he realigned her knee.

I couldn't tell you what those docs charged my insurers for their respective talents, but the byzantine world of hospital billing is about to get even more bizarre.

jtaylor's picture
Monday, December 1, 2008 - 9:54am

Burning stress means don't burn the holiday turkey. And then let a long holiday weekend unfold, giving pause along the way.

  • Pooling resources: Millerton Lake looks like a prune in training -- how far must one hike to encounter water? And how is it, given how few the water hazards at Brighton Crest, that my return to golfing after two years still found me kerplashing in ponds and creek beds?