May 22, 2014 RSS feed / Letters

Smallcombe stands strong

Recently I have had the honor and privilege of walking and knocking on doors with Rosemarie Smallcombe in the Midpines area.  During a total of 21 hours in three days with Rosemarie, I’ve seen first-hand how committed she is to community, More...

Casto will bring leadership

I have known Kris Casto for many years, and during that time I have had the privilege of working with her in both a business and volunteer capacity.  More...

Crafts is well-qualified

I have had the pleasure of working with Becky Crafts for more than 17 years in county government and without a doubt, Becky is a person of honesty and integrity who takes great pride in serving the citizens of Mariposa County.  More...

Don’t put ‘foxes’ in charge

Just as you wouldn’t put foxes in charge of the henhouse, why would you put “foxes” in charge of Mariposa County, our economic interest and our local forests? More...

Smith has integrity

I support Karen Smith for District 1 supervisor.  Karen has lived and worked in Mariposa County for 15 years and during that time has worked tirelessly for our county. She has been involved with the John C. More...

Support for Long

I am recommending voters support Marshall Long for District 3 supervisor on June 3.  More...

Smith knows what is needed

On June 3, the voters in District 1 have a great opportunity to elect a supervisor who has the experience, knowledge and expertise to help all members of Mariposa County.  Remember when voting, each supervisor not only represents the constituent More...

Smallcombe makes sense

Both Rosemarie Smallcombe and Karen Smith, if either is elected, will be strong advocates for the Merced River. More...

Smith will bring leadership

We have invested some time getting to know Karen Smith and what stands out are her straightforward skills for negotiation, compromise and most importantly, closing a deal.  These are characteristics that are needed to move us forward to bring th More...

Shame on sign stealers

Mariposa is a great small town, above the crowding and big cities of the Central Valley.  So I was sad to learn of the theft of some of our local candidates’ campaign signs in Mariposa. More...

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