- Tuesday’s Letters to the Editor
- Close to Home: Why the Cloverdale airport must close
- America’s drunk history
- Kristof: Polluting our bodies
- Cohen: The president who lost his voice
It is unlikely Cloverdale citizens would be aware of the unfair and irresponsible financial burden the Cloverdale Municipal Airport places on this cash-strapped city and its taxpayers, if not for an increasing number of noise complaints and a developer’s desire to build on a 254-acre parcel near the facility.
Few stories have generated as much heat from readers this past week as that of the new Santa Rosa fire station kitchen, and other areas, having to be torn apart and rebuilt at a cost of some $183,000 in taxpayer dollars.
Consider this a “trigger warning”: The following essay may disturb and upset your view of American history, a history mostly written by scholarly types who distill vast amounts of research into erudite narratives.
Early in 2015, I listened as the descendants of immigrants talked about the injustices visited upon their families.
More than 190 nations are participating in the United Nations Climate Conference, which began Monday and will run through Dec. 11.
LET THE PUBLIC SPEAK
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