April 5, 2012 RSS feed / Letters

Remembering Mari

Kenny Mari was my dear friend. He built buildings for me, and we did other business together. He and Mernie attended most of our family reunions. We fly-fished in the Sierra and fished for cutthroat trout in Pyramid Lake. More...

Responds to Wilson

Perhaps as Evie Wilson says, climate change is a natural phenomenon and not attributed to man made chemicals or ground sources for energy.  Yet we are deluding ourselves if we think that fossil fuel usage is not making a severe impact on the ai More...

Clarification

I would like to thank the Northside Women’s Club for hosting the Greeley Hill candidates’ talk. It was full of information, and I learned a lot.  The atmosphere was friendly. More...

Tribe seeks applicants

As you may know the Southern Sierra Miwuk Nation based here in Mariposa is enduring a 30-year process of become a federally recognized tribe. The Nov. More...

A grant lesson

Almost 20 years ago, I was attached to a county law enforcement unit that made streets in California safer for honest citizens. The unit, along with ninja warriors (the county SWAT team) would force entry into residences at 3 a.m. More...

Out of control

The subject is Mariposa County’s Health and Human Services. Current revelations through an audit disclosed mis-directed use of funds granted by the state in 2008 for specific programs. More...

Have you met Merlin?

We know he is the right one for Supervisor District 2 of Marposa. More...

Ever better community

This is a column that will appear on a regular basis, coming out of the “Ever Better Community” conference held at the fairgrounds, March 17. The idea is to keep the conversation that was started there going. More...

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