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Letter: Thanks from Badgers

The Prescott High School Badger Football Boosters and our players want to thank all of the wonderful support we received this past season.

Letter: Standing Rock, oil spills

In his Jan. 7 letter disagreeing with supportive views of Standing Rock protesters in their resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline, Kenneth Server stated that he has a problem “when protests lack substance, focus on remote happenings, exaggerate the subsequent consequences…”

Letter: Repealing Obamacare is irresponsible

The United States is the only industrialized nation without universal healthcare.

Letter: Election results

I would like to explain something to all my Republican friends.

Letter: Trump

President-elect Donald Trump says that the Russians didn’t influence the election because Julian Assange says so.

Letter: Fireworks

At 9 p.m. on New Year’s Eve, I was delighted beyond words to see the fireworks show from my bedroom window coming from the Prescott Resort.

Letter: Phone line technicians

I have developed a strong feeling of respect for our telephone technicians who keep our land lines connected.

Letter: Busy stores

Dec. 26, 2016: An open letter to John and Jayne Q. Public: Have you ever gone into a restaurant or a business at a time when there seemed to be 20 customers for every person employed to help them?

Letter: McCain and Russia

Senator McCain obviously missed the memo from We the People on Nov. 8. Several points to ponder

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Letter: Thanks bulk mail

This letter to the editor is way over due and what better way to start the New Year off than a “thank you” to our area’s bulk mail facility and Penny Craig, business mail entry representative and Yavapai Exceptional Industries.

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Letter: M&M thanks

On behalf of M&M Entertainment & Production, the City of Prescott, Prescott Area Independents, Helken & Horn Advertising Agency and Great Circle Radio, we take this opportunity to express our sincerest appreciation for all our local sponsors who contributed towards the 2016 Whiskey Row New Year’s Eve Boot Drop.

Letter to the editor: King of Kings’ virtues

In the interest of unity after Christmas, I bit my tongue at Susan Stamper Brown’s Dec. 27 syndicated column.

Letter to the editor: ACC constituent-friendly?

Sen. John Kavanagh, R-Fountain Hills, has proposed that government officials be allowed to deny public records requests that are considered “unduly burdensome or harassing.”

Letter: Support Sioux tribe

This letter responds to two Courier editorials (Sept. 8 and Dec. 5, 2016), that address protests by the Standing Rock Sioux tribe against construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline (crude oil) by Energy Transfer Partners.

Letter: Our community

Being a Prescott native, I sometimes forget what a wonderful community this is to live in.

Letter: Fascism letter

Rebuttal: Fascism ahead, by P. Houlahan:

Letter: Boot Drop

On behalf of M&M Entertainment & Production, The City of Prescott, Prescott Area Independents, Helken & Horn Advertising Agency and Great Circle Radio, we take this opportunity to express our sincerest appreciation for all our local sponsors who contributed towards the 2016 Whiskey Row New Year’s Eve Boot Drop.

Letter: Don't Spend Christmas Alone

Thirty-five years ago, the Rector of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church was talking with a friend one morning about the need to serve an enjoyable, joy-filled community dinner on Christmas Day.

Column: Hey, Google’s my new bud

I’m drinking morning coffee and exchanging pleasantries with the omnipotent Google Home device that arrived as a gift and was given a place near our kitchen table.

Letter: Trump column

Message to Courier columnist Tom Cantlon: Get over it and say something constructive!

Letter: Fair and balanced

To maintain the Courier’s “fair and balanced” editorial page, I am responding to the Jan. 2, “Results since the Election” letter.

Letter to the editor: Results since election

Donald Trump made so many contradictory statements during the pre-election cycle that it is hard to know what policies he will follow once he becomes president.

Letter: Republican columnists

Why do these Republican columnists continue to say that Democrats are whining about the outcome of the election?

Letter: Democrats after election

Since the election of Donald Trump the Democrats have given us much needed comic relief.

Letter: Fascism ahead

Rick Jensen’s syndicated column, “Tis the season for whining,” tells Democrats to get over it; they lost the election, they should stop whining.

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