There are basically two types of people in the Quad Cities area, those that are on city or town water and those that are have wells.
For all who knew Gary Edelbrock, you know what a wonderful man he was!
Editor: We’ve seen and heard the impeachment hearings; next, probably, comes a trial in the Senate.
The barking by a nearby dog may seem nonstop. It wakes you or keeps “the Sandman” from visiting.
What’s the best gift you ever received? Whatever it was, it surely wasn’t a material item bought in a store.
George Hedge, in his letter of Nov. 27 must think that Courier readers are blind.
Ever catch yourself in a moment and think, “Gosh this either was, or should be, in a movie?” Like some odd lower-shelf movie rental at a small-town Blockbuster of the past, the Bergner Thanksgiving was a bit of an adventure this year.
Regarding Mr. Roger Fairfield’s letter Conservatives and Trump flaws. He pretty well puts supporters of the duly elected president as uneducated and non-thinking. I have one question.
It is not every day we get a U.S. senator to visit the Town of Prescott Valley, especially for a fact-finding tour. That is what happened Nov. 22 in the form of Sen. Martha McSally checking out the post office.
Editor: Prescott City Council is irresponsibly dooming our aquifer with water policies that cater to developers and pay no attention to citizen priorities.