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Off the Record

This week: Laurel Krause & Kent State, peeing on a San Francisco sidewalk, the Daily Journal gets the numbers on the county's pension system and much more. …

Letters to the Editor

CRUDE REMEDY Greetings Editor: Perhaps there is an immediate remedy (although not “politically correct”) to the countless gallons of “sweet, light crude” gushing from the bottom of the Gulf of…

Valley People

CANDIDATE for 5th District supervisor Jim Mastin and Mrs. Mastin pressed the flesh at the Lion's Club fund-raiser over the weekend, as did candidate for judge, Ann Moorman. Ms. Moorman…

Lives & Times of Valley Folks: Patty Liddy

I met with Patty in our living room. It seemed as good a place as any. She is my wife of 23 years and, while this seemed a little strange…

Bird’s Eye View

Greetings one and all. If you are sitting comforta­bly then I shall begin. First a special extra greeting to Robin the Robin, who is in town visiting her sister, Humming­bird.…

Survivor’s Guilt

If the Viet Cong could shoot straight, I’d have been killed at least twice in the same morning long before my 19th birthday.…

Callahan for Judge

To The Editor: I am a personal friend of Caren Callahan’s and am writing regarding her candidacy for Superior Court Judge. Caren did not follow the traditional path in becoming…

Van Patten’s “Attack” on Vargas

Mindy Galliani, Aaron Vargas's sister, talks about detective Greg Van Patten's comments on 20/20.…

More Hamburg Endorsements

Dan Hamburg is the outstanding candidate for 5th District Supervisor. He has hands-on experience in local government as a Mendocino County Supervisor and Ukiah Planning Commissioner, as well as nationally…

Letters to the Editor

BUSTS GONE NOWHERE Editor: Based on the anonymous inquiries that I've received challenging the assertions made in my May 12 AVA letter to the editor, I submit the following for…

The Parker Ranch Gallery

A deeply rural art gallery at the end of a Comptche dirt road is not likely to attract many visitors. Or any visitors. And sure enough its curator, Dan Parker,…