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The Hydroponics Monopoly & Medical Marijuana

Today, the American hydroponics industry is a rapidly growing, half-billion-dollar a year economic segment that is currently going through an important, wrenching, and necessary evolution.…

Letters to the Editor 1/27/2010

AB WATCH GOES GLOCK AVA: She's full of duty! I hope Ms. Woolsey will be issued her very own uniform, badge, radio, and Glock 40 with an autograph from Governor…

Jail Mail

Editor, A blessing in disguise! Do I have any friends? I’d like to know. / Because the friends that I have they hurt me so. They lie and steal, they…

Still Running from the Law

It's about 11 pm, and I'm driving home after a show at the Caspar Inn. As I pass Safeway on Highway 1, the CHP cop who's been trailing me since…

Running from the Law, Mendo Coast-Style

Have you been unwilling or afraid to drive somewhere because you might unknowingly have one of your license plate lights out, momentarily speed a little bit, or maybe your car…

Letters to the Editor 1/20/2009

FAIR PLAY FOR LINDON DUKE An open letter to the citizens of round Valley, As the mother of Lindon Duke I am writing to all of you regarding the character…

Bad Beth Bosk

Dear Editor: In response to reader replies and stirrings from Beth Bosk, I was curious about a comment that Chad Lewis made about Beth Bosk not working.   Being a curious…

Letters to the Editor 1/13/2009

ANIMAL INSTINCTS Editor, After reading Lee Simon's letter in the 12/30 edition, I came across the following: written by Henri Cole in the January 14, 2010 edition of the New…

Letting Go

Editor, I wrote this while I was in Mendocino County Jail wishing that I was out fishing on the beautiful Navarro River with my son Noah. I thought you would…

Why Bother

Dear Editor, I came across your newspaper through a friend and even though I have never lived in Anderson Valley — Healdsburg was the closest I came to it —…

You’re in Good Hands

Editor, A basketball in my hands is worth about $19. A basketball in Michael Jordan's hands is worth about $33 million. It depends on whose hands it in. A baseball…