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  • ALAN WILEMAN

    Questions swirl around casino's closure

    Judge Lawrence J. O'Neill, of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California, issued a temporary restraining order at 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 10, to three tribal factions claiming to be the tribes official councils. The order came hours after a dramatic armed takeover at the...

  • CATHIE CAMPBELL

    Savoring the sweet smell and taste of home made biscuits

    I like to eat with my hands (when it's appropriate). There's just something so primal about getting my mitts on a grilled drumstick, ribs, a hamburger or hot dog, corn-on-the-cob and French fries. So, it's no wonder that a freshly-baked, cinnamon-sweet sticky bread that you pull apart with your ...

  • PETER CAVANAUGH

    Ground zero

    It's a sad little town.

  • DR. BILL ATWOOD

    White House coward

    Let's be honest about Barack Obama. He is an outstanding campaigner and he was a tremendous community organizer. His ability to motivate and excite crowds served him well in his endeavors and his speech in the Democratic National Convention on behalf of Bill Clinton's re-election electrified that...

  • ALAN CHEAH

    From sea to shining sea

    Admiral John Nathman, USN (Ret.), former Commander of the U.S. Fleet Forces Command under President George W. Bush: "There are serious risks to doing nothing about climate change. We can pay now or we're going to pay a whole lot later. The U.S. has a unique opportunity to become energy independent...

  • DR. BILL ATWOOD

    Fall Festival

    This weekend we will be able to gather in the Oakhurst Community Park with friends and neighbors at the Oakhurst Area Chamber of Commerce sponsored Fall Festival.

  • PETER CAVANAUGH

    God save the queen

    The ground around Ballyoughter, Ireland is about to shimmy and shake with the grandest of grave spinners as this Cavanaugh (Caomhánach) herein states he's glad Scotland is staying with the Brits in a United Kingdom. There's been too much separation in this world of late.

  • DR. BILL ATWOOD

    The week that was

    Back in the 1960s, David Frost and a few other very talented folks hosted a television show, "That was the week that was." Each week satire was used to poke fun at the politicians and the events of the world as they pertained to politics.

  • J.R. FROELICH

    Un-American activities

    The latest philosophical mumbo jumbo being floated about by the progressive Sociocrats is the idea that if we treat the enemy with kindness and respect they will just be nice and stay home. This philosophy isn't anything new. It arrived six years ago at the White House via the Muslim sympathizer...

  • CATHIE CAMPBELL

    Dripping with honey makes for sweet dishes

    If you are like me and you really like honey, especially local honey, I thought it would be fun to share some recipes that use this sweet, sticky ingredient. There are so many different types and flavors of honey. I tend to prefer the lighter, milder ones, but of course everyone has their own favorites...

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