December 25, 2014 RSS feed / Letters

Cheap shot

To the coward who shot my little dog in the back with a .22 rifle on Wednesday, Nov. 26: I’ve got you in my sights.  Patch will survive, thanks to Dr. Greg Ritter and his caring staff.  Marlene Burke   More...

Volunteers keep town going

You are never too old to volunteer in Mariposa.  At the Merced County Food Bank’s local commodities distribution, where food is distributed on the third Tuesday at Mariposa Park, there is a 90-year-old volunteer and a 94-year-old working a More...

Inmate says rights violated

I am currently incarcerated at Mariposa County Jail.  Since my transition here in August of this year, my constitutional and Title 15 rights have been violated and continue to be by the actions of this facility and the Mariposa County Sheriff&rs More...

Budget is bad news

Corporate interests invested huge sums of money in the last election, and now they are receiving their first payoff.  More...

Two heroes for children

Janet Mankins-Bibby and Dr. Charles Mosher were instrumental in establishing the Mariposa County First 5 Commission 15 years ago and are two of the original commissioners. More...

Congress takes ranchers for a ride

CONTRIBUTED BY  John Crabtree  CENTER FOR RURAL AFFAIRS   More...

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