To the editor:

I spent some of best years of my life at the “old” high school.

I hate to hear that the building may be torn down, and for what?

When we learn to recycle old buildings instead trashing them as if they meant nothing to the city of Ripon and in this case the countless number of people who have walked those halls and gone on to live a wonderful life?

By the way, I did not like that it did not have air conditioning either.

I would love to hear from anyone who has those wonderful memories. Go Tigers.

— Earl Buchholz

El Cajon, Calif.

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