Editor: Simply stated, one can say that President Trump’s sole virtue he admires is loyalty.
Editor: I have read with great interest the last few articles about the Prescott airport and our local air service.
When I was five years old my mother caught me telling a lie, and stated the following: “Gretchen, what you have just done is told a lie. A lie is something that is not true, and you know that what you just told me is not true.”
Editor: It amazes me how easily misled people are with simple-minded fear tactics.
Kudos to Mr. Lichtenberger (Feb. 9 letter to the editor) for encouraging dog owners to leash their dogs to prevent harm to other dogs or humans.
I feel that I need to reply to Michael Shafer’s letter of Feb. 14 in which he refers to me as an active member of Prescott Indivisible, which he labels a “socialist Democrat local chapter of National Indivisible.”
I was glad to read that our schools are teaching civics as the importance of understanding our Constitution and the rights provided to each of us cannot be understated.
I have written precious few letters to the editor to any newspaper, but this circumstance called for a note of concern.
In 1980 Arizona passed a Water Management Act, which created five Active Management Areas (AMAs).
I would like to clear up a misconception about SB1224 and HB2898, the school voucher bills that send Arizona tax dollars out of state.
In response to Michael Shafer’s recent “Why Change” editorial, here’s why: Without progress there would still be slavery and women would not have the right to vote.
Editor: On Thursday morning, Feb. 6, my husband took a terrible fall, head first, in the parking lot.
Editor: I went to see the PCA production of “The Gin Game” and thoroughly enjoyed the play.
Prescott city officials seem unwilling to tell Prescott citizens what the impact of their proposed water policies will be on our water supply.
With his NPR interview (and the after-meeting with reporter Mary Louise Kelly), U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo continues to provide comparisons to J. Von Ribbentrop, a cabinet-level post of nearly 90 years ago.
Responding to the letter by Nancy Scharff regarding the PV flag issue. Firstly, Nancy Scharff, is an active member of Prescott Indivisible, a socialist Democrat local chapter of National Indivisible, whose slogan on their social media page is “Persist and Resist.”
Returning home around noon yesterday (Sunday), revealed a dead deer in the driveway.
I’m voicing concern over the rough shape of SR 69 that runs through Prescott Valley.
In an attempt to clear things up, I would like to address two letters to the editor on Feb. 1.
Gov. Brewer applauds what President Trump is doing on our southern border.
Editor: Shame On Prescott’s City Council and Planning and Zoning Commission.
Re: Mavis L. Brauer on Feb. 1: As a (ret) USAF Major, you should know that the United States of America is not a Democracy. We are a Constitutional Republic.
“The Dells.” At the risk of being the voice of reason I would merely like to point out that reasonable concessions have been made on both sides of this issue.