Bill Martin

Sierra College trustee accused of stifling First Amendment rights

An e-mail battle involving lawyers and threats of libel litigation has emerged as the final days of the Sierra College Board of Trustee campaign wind to an end. Members of the Sa ...

Working together key to college's success

I appreciate the Journal’s editorial and the suggestions it provides to Sierra College (Our View, Sept. 19). Despite problems with both the content and conclusions of Bill Marti ...

Klein running for another four years

Colfax resident Aaron Klein sees a bright future ahead for Sierra College, and said he’s hoping for the chance to make that vision a reality. Klein is running for re-election fo ...

Klein report says college can bring in $11 million annually

It’s possible to bring $11 million annually into Sierra College’s budget, according to an 11-page report recently issued by board trustee Aaron Klein. In his report, “Pract ...

Looking Behind the Scenes: Local political races fascinate like the nationals

Re-loading the notebook while wondering which large country Russia will take on next ... Not that we don’t have our own battles closer to home, something we go through every Nov ...

Four running for two SC seats

Two seats on the Sierra Community College board of trustees are contested in this year’s election. Incumbent Aaron Klein will face challenger John Vodonick for Area 7 (Colfax/N ...

Sierra College deserves support

Recently I made public comments to the Board of Supervisors expressing concern that regional planning does not provide for the needs of Sierra College, which may grow to 40,000 stu ...

Sierra College seeks to ensure future vital role

Amid expansion plans at one university and a countywide effort to welcome another, officials at Sierra College are hoping they’re not left out of plans to make Placer County a hi ...

College delivers education with little cost to taxpayers

Since his failed Sierra College Board election run, Lamont Royer has repeatedly sought attention by attacking the college's integrity. His modus operandi is constant: identify an e ...