November 1, 2012 RSS feed / Letters

Yes on Prop 30

Over the past four years, our schools and colleges have been cut by nearly $20 billion statewide. This has led to larger class sizes, a shorter school year, higher tuition rates and an overall reduction in educational opportunities. More...

Really?

I too read with great surprise Tom McClintock’s attempted explanation of his no vote on the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). It is amazing that a representative of the people, as Mr. More...

2012 Tomato Fest

Harvest season is a time to thank those who made the Mariposa Tomato Fest possible. There are so many people involved with the festival. It’s hard to know where to start.  More...

Success

It was another successful Friends of the Library book sale. The Books Galore room, open Tuesday and Friday from 11 a.m. More...

Please vote

First and foremost please vote. Make this election about your choice. Jack Uppal is the candidate who is “putting people first.” Whether you are registered as a Democrat, Republican or Independent, your vote should go to Jack Uppal.  More...

Hooray for taxes

Hooray for taxes, old and new. Hooray for taxes. More...

An American issue

I just heard a heartfelt interview with Charles Woods, the father of Tyrone Woods the hero Navy Seal that died trying to save our Ambassador Chris Stevens from being murdered. More...

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