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Farm To Farm

There it was, ten o'clock on a Saturday morning. A Toyota truck with the camper shell pulled into the parking lot next to the rusty hay baler that still has…

Keevan Labowitz from Kenya

I found a note in the faculty room at AVHS and think it deserves a broader audience. These are excerpts not the entire text. “What’s up music lovers!? So I…

Alphonse Riede

Alphonse Joseph Hingel Riede, born April 10, 1930 in Toronto, Ontario, the only child of Katharine (nee Hingel) and Alphons Riede. Alphons died peacefully after a long illness in Mendocino…

Letters to the Editor 10/28/2009

APPRECIATING HISTORY I Letter to the Editor, Our Enclosure Project is well under way! We want to extend thanks to the many donors that are making this project a reality:…

Gowan’s Generosity

The Gowan family once again invited every kinder­gartener and first grade student to come on down and pick (for a tiny fee) their very own Hallow­een pumpkin right out of…

Valley People, 10/28/2009

THE ANNUAL LION'S CLUB Halloween costume parade is this Saturday night, October 31 at 7pm at the high school gym. Everyone welcome. There will be with costume prizes awarded little…

Where Are They Now?

Wendy Emal gave me a map she had hung in the high school library in 1999 with arrows pointing to the places different students were headed. If anyone out there…

Threads Of Life

I remember sticking my hand in the plaster of Paris, and my teacher sticking a pencil through the top. It was a gift for Mama, from me, by me; some­thing…

Bird’s Eye View, 10/21/2009

Greetings one and all. If you are sitting comforta­bly then I shall begin. Let’s start with the Thought for the Week: “Just because somebody has more dogs than teeth does…

Library Lines

After re-opening the Library on October 6th, we are very busy, which is great. So nice to see our mem­bers and we always welcome more. The Library is located in…

Be Not Afraid

Well everyone, it’s still harvest time and now we’re getting into the hardy winter warming vegetables. If you come to the Boonville Farmers Market Saturday mornings from 9:45 to noon…