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  • Farmworker endures drought while caring for sick husband

    Aida Beltran, 41, expresses her stress, frustration and feelings of desperation while caring for her family during the drought in East Porterville after her family's well went dry. A farmworker, Beltran also is caring for her husband, who has colon cancer and is unable to work.

Aida Beltran, 41, expresses her stress, frustration and feelings of desperation while caring for her family during the drought in East Porterville after her family's well went dry. A farmworker, Beltran also is caring for her husband, who has colon cancer and is unable to work. Silvia Flores sflores@fresnobee.com
Aida Beltran, 41, expresses her stress, frustration and feelings of desperation while caring for her family during the drought in East Porterville after her family's well went dry. A farmworker, Beltran also is caring for her husband, who has colon cancer and is unable to work. Silvia Flores sflores@fresnobee.com

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