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Willits, After Dark

My name is Michael Jay Overholt. I want my story to be posted in your paper because both I and a lot of other people all love to read it.…

Letters (Apr 8, 2015)

In looking over the Old Coast Hotel issue I feel there is a lot of misunderstanding concerning the Concerned Citizens of Fort Bragg. It is a loosely and recently formed…

Letters (Apr 1, 2015)

I’m writing to you as a rural fire chief concerned about a local forestry practice slipping between the cracks of public oversight. I ask for the issue to be discussed…

Letters (Mar 25, 2015)

While I am glad to see the state taking some action toward conserving water and planning for the future, I am appalled it took this long. I am also amazed…

Letters (Mar 18, 2015)

It's important to note that the Mendocino County Deputy Sheriff's Association, a group one would assume would be supportive of a new courthouse, in fact opposes the project.…

Letters (Mar 11, 2015)

The Redwood Valley Water District, has no water rights at this time to pump any water out of Lake Mendocino which belongs to the Russian River Flood Control and Water…

Letters (Mar 4, 2015)

These strange lights in the sky keep happening. I noticed the letter in the paper last week with the picture of a light over the clinic from John Kendall. On…

Letters (Feb 25, 2015)

The destructive mowing of the Headlands State Park in Mendocino is so sad to see. All the foliage is gone except a few small patches. No more habitat at all,…

Letters (Feb 18, 2015)

The Anderson Valley Election Committee is announcing an election for Mayor of the Valley. The PWEIP* party has put forth Steve Sparks as a Candidate for Mayor of the Valley.…

Letters (Feb 11, 2015)

This letter is to officially ask those of you who farm at night to cease creating noise that keeps your neighbors, including schoolchildren and other farmers, awake between the hours…

Letters (Feb 4, 2015)

I am happy to read that you are following through with a lawsuit to obligate the County to enforce its noise ordinance. The way you have framed the argument seems…