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    Why consider changing?

    Dear Editor, After reading the article about Emadco Disposal, we also wanted to send a big thank you to the company for their help. After 30 years we have moved back to Clovis due to health issues with my husband.

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    Do some fact checking

    Dear Editor, In Bill Atwood's column in the July 17 edition of the Sierra Star, he smeared, lied, and made false statements about our president being involved in a cover-up or wrong doing of Benghazi. This is part of an article from the San Francisco Chronicle:

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    Give them a chance

    Dear Editor, I know that animal abuse is everywhere, but living up in what we consider God's country, I was saddened recently as I was leaving our road turning onto 224 in North Fork. I saw what appeared to be a rag stuffed in a can lying by the road. Getting out to investigate, it was a puppy who...

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    We need more water facilities

    Dear Editor, I found Mr. Cavanaugh's July 24 column about Debbie Bacigalupi's presentation on Agenda 21 interesting. Instead of commenting on the content of her presentation, he tried to make her into a nutty conspiracy theorist. His research on the document is apparently nil. Why do those to the...

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    Time and energy

    Dear Editor, Once again, Mike Devito and his fine crew from Pacific Pectin have donated their time and energy to keep Oakhurst looking better.

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    Friendly service

    Dear Editor, After reading about Emadco Disposal in your most recent issue, I felt compelled to express my thoughts.

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    Retirement

    Dear Editor, As of July 1, I will be retired from my practice. It has been a long struggle and even though I have made substantial progress, I feel that I can no longer function as a physician. I wish to thank all of you who sent me well wishes. I was overwhelmed by the outpouring of gratitude. ...

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    County stepchildren

    Dear Editor, Speaking as a resident for 38 years and a business owner, the assault on our local business, Emadco Disposal, would only be done as an opportunity to make a "dollar" for the county, and again attack mountain residents and local area jobs. If this is done to Emadco, what business is ...

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    Higher fees for mountain residents?

    Dear Editor, Everyone knows of Emadco Disposal Service. In 1967 Morrie Williams saw a need for trash service in the mountains, bought a truck and started serving our local businesses and residents.

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    Volunteers needed

    Dear Editor, Mountain Area Literacy Council (MALCO) has been serving Oakhurst and surrounding areas for more than 25 years. We provide free one-on-one tutoring for adult speakers of other languages to learn to speak, read, and write English. However, we are now in a crisis because we no longer have...

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