November 2, 2017 RSS feed / Letters

Another pot grow, another fire

Editor,  Another illegal pot grower called 911 last night (Oct. 24) some time before 2 a.m. and said something like: “I’m cut. I’m lost. I don’t know where I am. Come and get me. More...

Players protesting the facts

Editor,  Francis Scott Key was a slave owner, and as a district attorney, had to uphold the laws of the time.  More...

McClintock is no sellout

Editor,  For those in attendance at Congressman Tom McClintock’s recent meeting in O’Neals, please take note.  Philip Reno obviously wasn’t listening to Congressman McClintock when he demanded that McClintock join “T More...

There is much gardening to do in the month of November  Free Access 

OVER THE GARDEN FENCE

Many Sierra foothill gardeners feel that November through February are non-gardening months. As you will see below, there is much to do in — and for — our gardens during November. More...

Drain the Mariposa swamp

Editor,  While it has been a large and productive effort to clear the swamp in Washington and cutting taxes for the benefit of our national economy, it is blatantly apparent there are no County supervisors in Mariposa, with the exception of Mars More...

Why don’t players quit NFL?

Editor,  Some of the writers of “letters to the editor” in the Mariposa Gazette last week seem to think the NFL players are not protesting the national anthem but rather protesting us not living up to the ideals of our flag, our anth More...

Cox case has familiar ring

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