Contact

Bruce Anderson, editor and publisher
Email: editor@theava.com

Mailing Address:

The AVA
PO Box 459
Boonville, CA 95415

Phone: (707) 895-3016
Fax: (707) 895-3355

Website inquiries:
Email: webeditor@theava.com

4 Responses to "Contact"

  1. Ian Conlan   March 11, 2019 at 12:15 am

    Trying to get a new job. Doesn’t help that Googling my name brings up ONE picture of myself; an old booking pic that YOU decided to include in your paper! I’m not from AV. I’ve never even been to AV. Why did you choose to include me in your space filling “line-up” section? It’s an archived story so maybe you can remove my name from article/subject/header? Would be nice…
    p.s. my probation was NEVER revoked. smh. that’s just b.s. i was released the next day…

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    • Bruce Anderson   March 11, 2019 at 11:10 am

      We remove booking photos of anyone who asks, and info that comes with them is the work of the Sheriff’s Department, not us. On the off chance you occasionally upgrade your data bank, the AVA enjoys a robust circulation from the Frisco Bay area north to Crescent City. Stay sober, dude.

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  2. anonymous   April 20, 2019 at 1:15 pm

    Is Hue Freeman and his greedy group Anderson Valley Reserve trying to yank our chain? Take a look at their farms right here in Mendocino and see what a sight they are creating in previously beautiful residential neighborhoods! Drive Clow Ridge to the top of the first hill and see the huge hoop houses and RV’s and trash every where or take a right after Steve Williams bridge and judge for yourself. Would you like this trash in your neighborhood? Supporting the community? Unsightly to the say the least and what about all the traffic they create in residential neighborhoods without paying their fair share for road association dues? I never see them supporting any local businesses or at any local fundraisers…what support to the community is he talking about. I don’t understand how someone can honestly market themselves as a brand that supports the community when the residential community they grow in wants them to leave and go grow in a commercial/industrial area and not in a previously quiet and clean neighborhood. Quit yanking our chain Hue and there’s nothing special or “brandable” about your generic pot especially when it’s what everyone else is growing and based upon a lie! Shame on you…and shame on you or using the name Anderson Valley…and shame on all your greedy lying group members. Shame, shame, shame, your mother would not be proud of you and neither is your community.

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  3. michael turner   April 29, 2019 at 12:20 am

    Here’s an obit you might want to publish, born in Fort Bragg in 1918:

    https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/dailybreeze/obituary.aspx?n=elma-maisack&pid=192713596

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