Editor’s note: this is the final in a two-part series by Joseph Winkler, a resident of Mariposa since 1978. He was associated with the businesses of Dieter H. Dubberke Inc., from which he retired as administrative officer in 2007, after 29 years of service.
Summer was gone, and December rolled around. I continued to work the night shift at the store, closing at midnight. This night was bitterly cold, and as I drove through town, I noticed the automated sign outside the local bank: time 0100, te...
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