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Posts published in “Letters to the Editor”

Letters (December 9, 2020)

The entire county is watching. The citizens of Covelo are frightened. There is only one main paved road in and out of this cursed valley of genocide and death...

Letters (December 2, 2020)

Some years ago I heard a radio show that was astounding! Interviews with two separate doctors (there may have been more, I can’t remember) who each said that a number of babies they had delivered were born hermaphrodites...

Letters (November 25, 2020)

$10.9 million for a Hobo Hotel in Ukiah? Get mad? No. Ask questions? Yes. Your tax dollars at work? Not really. Stuffing corrupt pockets all the way down the line.

Letters (November 18, 2020)

Food Bank Thanks | Open 'Em Up | Won’t Save The Whales | Heads Up, Dudes | Shoulda Been Postponed | Huffman Disappoints | Choices…

Letters (November 11, 2020)

On The Head & Above The Fold! | True Story | How About The Trees, Sage? | No Hitter, But Lotsa Errors | Connecting Some…

Letters (November 4, 2020)

Lanny Cotler wrote a better than average letter to the AVA, "Leading from the Bottom." He is on the right track here as he may agree with me which is not a bad position to be in

Letters (October 28, 2020)

Ever since the Republican convention Melania Trump has seemed happier than at any point since Election Day 2016. I think I know why.

Letters (October 21, 2020)

As you may have read in a recent article in the Independent Coast Observer, Gualala Redwood Timber continues to put profit before our environment.

Letters (October 14, 2020)

I’ve been informed that there has been an application for a permit for a pot dispensary to be located at the southeast corner of Franklin and Alder streets here in Fort Bragg. That would be kiddie corner from the post office to you that are not familiar with the area.

Letters (October 7, 2020)

I have been living in the Valley of the Moon for almost 30 years. I have the cancer, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, now linked to exposure to RoundUp.

Letters (September 30, 2020)

Well Folks, here we are at the proverbial “Catch 22.” At last count, 15 businesses in Mendocino have closed due to Covid and there are another 10 on the brink of collapse