TVUSD board member responds to Clause opinion piece

Kristi Rutz-Robbins, Ph.D. TVUSD Board Member and Board President Rob Clause’s opinion piece titled “TVUSD School Board elections, you don’t get to vote!” published in the Valley News was filled with inaccurate and misleading statements. Rob Clause is a teacher in the TVUSD school district. He holds a leadership position in the teacher’s union (TVEA). The […]

California’s housing crisis

California is the nation’s largest state, with a population estimated at just over 39 million. The availability of housing has not kept up with population growth. As is so often the case in California, government intervention has been counterproductive, resulting in an inadequate supply and skyrocketing housing costs, along with a lack of sustainable water […]

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, I recently read a story on your website about how the LESJWA recently held a summit with the intention to discuss possible actions that could be taken to help maintain the quality of Lake Elsinore’s water. In this article it was mentioned that both local volunteers and State Agencies have taken action in […]

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, June 7, 2016, I will be voting to re-elect Supervisor Washington. During the April 28, 2016, CSA 60 meeting at Fire Station 30, (after about 10 years of the continued appropriation and expenditure of CSA 60 Special Assessments in violation of California Proposition 218) Mike Franklin, Riverside County EDA stated that the Special […]

In your own words

Editor’s note; In your own words is a new opinion column that will run weekly and features readers’ comments from our website, and our social media sites. Comments have been edited to reflect The Associated Press style. In response to the April 27, online story, “Death investigation in Sage confirmed by officials,” Jenel Resh […]

Letter to the Editor

To the editor, In Jane Chastain’s article, “Governor feeds churches to gay-activist lions,” she speaks to private businesses’ freedom to operate as they please. However, the editorial is not only repulsively inflammatory but inaccurate. I do not understand how a long history of systematic oppression and violence leads one to see a “coddled, bellicose special-interest […]

Woman’s Club a legacy of service past and present

The Woman’s Club of Vista recently held their centennial celebration and I, along with Assemblyman Rocky Chavez, was pleased to mark the occasion with a special Joint Assembly Resolution. Clearly the Woman’s Club didn’t reach this milestone anniversary by chance. In an ever-changing world, their dedicated effort to make a meaningful difference in the lives of […]

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