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  • J.R. FROELICH

    It’s time

    Columnist reflects on the seasons, and the times of life

  • DR. BILL ATWOOD

    Handmade treasures

    Shopper’s, start your engines. This coming Saturday the Christmas shopping season begins in our local area. From now until just before Dec. 25, the local churches will be hosting a number of sales at various locations allowing those of us with little to no talent when it comes to making handmade...

  • ALAN CHEAH

    Now what?

    Congratulations to the Republican Party on their stunning victories in the House, Senate and Governorships albeit under dubious circumstances. My previous column, “A mockery of democracy,” explains my skepticism; nevertheless, we now must reap what we’ve sown.

  • CATHIE CAMPBELL

    Pumpkin treats

    If you love pumpkins you can cook with, then get that apron on and let’s start a fire under the cauldron.

  • PETER CAVANAUGH

    “Frozen”

    Since Barack Obama’s election in 2008, the U.S. stock market has almost tripled in value and unemployment has dropped

  • DR. BILL ATWOOD

    Ho ho ho Semper Fi

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year. In fewer than six weeks it will be Christmas Day and all of the preparations and decorating will have caused us to work harder as well as to sit back and enjoy the festivities of the holiday season.

  • GREGG DODDERIDGE

    Alek Simpson at Azusa Pacific

    Cross country is in full swing with the North Sequoia League final meet on Nov. 12.

  • TONY KRIZAN

    Revisiting P40 crash site

    Quite a few years have passed since I've driven the old dirt, mountain roads above Bass Lake. My current objective is to locate for the second time a P40 crash site on Grays Mountain. This aircraft was one of five that crashed from the 57th Aero Squadron on a training mission during the fall of ...

  • T.R. WILLIAMS

    Never give up

    "Opportunity is a haughty goddess who wastes no time with those who are unprepared." ~ George Samuel Clason.

  • J.R. FROELICH

    Return to battlefield

    It was the morning of 21 January, 1969. The bow of the USS Tom Green County, LST 1159, rested on the beach at Vung Tau, Vietnam, having taken on approximately 2,000 tons of explosives and other supplies. After muster, we would be heading back up the Mekong River to supply our troops.

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