In the September 16 edition of the Claremont COURIER letters to the editor was one by Maria J. Andrade regarding bringing flood waters from the East and Midwest to the West by a pipeline.
Since the southwestern United States is suffering a crisis stage drought, and states along the East Coast and going west experience most flooding in the country, why not consider a water pipeline from these areas to the Southwest?
Dear editor: In the discussions about the easement to Larkin Place, the notion of local control pops up frequently — and with it criticism of SB35 as the source of the loss of local control.
Congratulations, Mick Rhodes, on your promotion to COURIER editor. I appreciated the report in the July 8 issue on the many exciting ideas you have for subjects of future stories and the fact that your staff will increase with a new full-time reporter.
Dear editor: Fireworks displays have become a highly honored tradition of celebrating the Fourth of July. There is another perspective, however, as anyone who works/volunteers in animal shelters and/or wildlife refuge, rehabilitation organizations can attest.
Different perspectives Dear editor: The June 10 edition of the COURIER did its usual great job of presenting different perspectives on an important public issue. In this case the precipitating […]
Dear editor: Republicans and Democrats should be able to agree that no president, regardless of party, should be able to obstruct and undermine the will of the American people or exploit weaknesses in our political system for personal gain.
Dear editor: I attended a recent human trafficking awareness presentation that I thought would express different views highlighting the problem and would offer some solutions.
Dear editor: There has been an opinion piece and several letters in the COURIER recently bemoaning the changing landscape in the Village that many of us have lived in for decades.
Dear editor: I am so sorry that there has been a spread of misinformation and a fearful exaggeration of the impact on our part of town of the development of Larkin Place on Harrison Ave.
Dear editor: Having attended countless school board meetings, we’ve lost track of the number of times the board has refused to openly discuss an issue or acknowledge public comment.