Although life has slowed and most events have been canceled this year, many of us still know an upcoming graduate and may be lucky enough to receive a graduation portrait or two.
Editor’s note: the following is excerpted from Mark Twain’s “The Innocents Abroad.”
Farmers have always been the world’s busiest, hardest working people. Farmers are perhaps the only people whose profession commands universal respect.
Recent Guest Opinions
- Is pesticide safe to inject into area trees?
- Legislation impacts veterans’ services
- Newspapers protect public’s First Amendment rights
- Community newspapers are subject to ‘get what you pay for’ economy
- Calaveras Democrats’ fundraiser in Vallecito sells out
- Big discovery led to preservation of Giant Sequoia grove in 1850s
- Don’t sacrifice the watershed
- Speak out now on the General Plan
- County needs access to remove hazardous trees
- Program hopes to help seniors
Recent Letters to the Editor
- As true believers, they are certain that God creates all things.
- Thanks also to Gateway Press for their quick turnaround time and beautiful work.
- Couldn't have said it better myself
- Brynne Kennedy has my vote for representing California’s 4th District. Will you join me?
- Is robbing Peter to pay Paul moral or ethical?
- An open letter to the Calaveras County Board of Supervisors
- Now blaming China, Trump acts like a child trying to avoid taking responsibility for his own actions
- According to both Johns Hopkins University and Worldometer.com on May 7 the virus death rate in Sweden was more than seven times the rate in Norway
- Thanks from local food pantry to donors, volunteers
- We’ve been warned for years that changes in disease transmission are a direct consequence of climate change
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