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Recent Guest Opinions
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- Legislation impacts veterans’ services
- Newspapers protect public’s First Amendment rights
- Community newspapers are subject to ‘get what you pay for’ economy
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- 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
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Recent Letters to the Editor
- At the beginning of COVID-19, signs and barriers were erected at the entrance with yellow tape strung between – indicating the area was closed
- If the order is posted on the door of the supermarket, but 40% of people still come in without a mask on
- Regarding Guy Dossi’s COVID-19 experience he wrote about in the July 31 paper, I have a very different take-away than I think he probably expects
- Despite COVID-19, the Calaveras County Planning Commission is still busy working on land use issues
- You recently deleted a reply of mine, a published comment in which a person called the COVID-19 global pandemic, and I quote, a “fake pandemic."
- We’re rapidly approaching the November election
- He is absolutely wrong for more than one reason
- How do we bridge a great divide between all of us humans who at heart are really the same?
- Sanitary practices have not been followed.
- The fire chiefs of Calaveras County are very concerned
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