Today ex-president Demobma said the Democrat party needs more woman in office. What the Democrats need to do is start running men instead of boys. They

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I couldn't help but to respond (snivel lol) to Mr. Woods' sniveling about my opinions. I have some facts that I am sure will pop his cork, and a

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On November25, the Ponderosa Community Center in Brownsville was filled to the brim with people sharing a beautiful meal and having a grand time,

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When I read the Dispatch infrequently all I read in the opinions is a population of conservative/Fox non news watchers spewing Fox talking points. Dean

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I will be watching the Super Bowl this year. But this year will be different, I will fast forward the inter game not watching a single down. I will be

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Veterans Day gives Americans the opportunity to celebrate the bravery and sacrifice of all U.S. veterans. It was formerly known as Armistice Day, and

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Dear Friend's, Neighbor's and Family! First and Foremost We made it out with our clothes on our back, our two dogs and our ferrule cat. We had 10

Read more: Re: Cascade Fire

Well, my worst nightmare has come to pass. On May 28, 2014, my article was published in the Territorial Dispatch pleading with Yuba County to do what

Read more: Re: Cascade Fire

Never was there a man in all of the known history of this world who rose up a kingdom nation, empire, or republic to the zenith of power while

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Big shout out to all the First Responders for the Cascade Fire. So impressive to see so many working to save our community. Another big thank you to

Read more: Thank You Randy

While driving around Loma Rica I see a lot of signs thanking firefighters, law enforcement, and the electric company. These well trained professional

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I would like to take a minute to publicly thank County Supervisor Randy Fletcher for his tireless efforts to keep us all informed on the fire situation this past week. Its easy to criticize in these stressful situations because of the trauma and frustration people are experiencing. I hope those that tend to question Randy's ability to provide future leadership for those of us in the Fifth Supervisorial District will seriously reconsider what they are basing their concerns on. Randy did everything in his power to aid us during these fires, but was limited in what decisions he could implement by the authority of CalFIRE and our Yuba County Sheriff.

So, I for one, think we are very lucky to have Randy Fletcher here to fight for us and cannot thank him enough.

Sharon Parker

Brownsville, Ca.