Editor: I would like to reference the article in Sunday, Oct 20 edition titled, “Farmworker Health is Community Effort in Arizona Town.”
Editor: Why is the Prescott City Council “rushing” to approve a new “Water Allocation Policy”?
Editor: During the first few days of our Marine Corps training, they would play a recording of “Reveille” for wake-up (5:30 a.m.), “Assembly” for breakfast, or “Taps” (10 p.m.) for lights out.
What are college athletes’ names and images worth? The answer is nothing until the college or university that they attend turns them into a “star.”
This Mexico horror is interesting, tragic beyond belief, and proof that gun control does not work.
The article about the new diagonal crosswalk at Montezuma and Gurley mentioned the installation of an “audible signal” to help with pedestrian safety.
Editor: Richard Slatin says he is writing his letter to the editor in response to the “current chaos in and around the impeachment process, poor decisions regarding troop recalls,” and other issues not explained.
Imagine only caring what happens to other people if they’re related to you.
Editor: Coming to ‘Everybody’s Hometown’ soon, thank you council: Private wells running dry in Pinal County.
Editor: The Prescott Antique Auto Club would like to thank the individuals and businesses of Prescott, and surrounding communities, who helped make our Watson Lake Show a success this year.
Editor: I am disappointed and even disgusted about the lies and hateful letters printed about Trump.
Editor: Recently I gave thought to the current leadership and past leadership of the City of Prescott.
Editor: Regarding the article that appeared in The Daily Courier on Sept. 24, “Abandoned building catches fire.”
It is vitally important to me that Congress pass campaign finance reform legislation.
For those of us on our second and third wells, we don’t buy into the Prescott City Council’s contention that there is plenty of groundwater for the kind of growth now on the boards.
The two parties and the media have accomplished their goal.
Wow! I was amazed at Tom Canton’s column prompted by my letter on cognitive memory issues and its effect on politics.
The bureaucrats who govern the actions taken to deal with fires have gravely and dangerously decided in the most inept plan ever, to start killing people intentionally now by “prescribed” burns, then wait for nature to do the dirty work.
Editor: This letter is a reaction to “Registered sex offender arrested for allegedly kidnapping, sexually assaulting teenage girl in Prescott”
Editor: My family and I attended the Oct. 22, 2019, Town of Prescott Valley Public Works & Utilities Department Open House. A well-made presentation was made by Norm Davis, PE, about Prescott Valley road expansions; landscaping of Glassford Hill Road median; chip seal projects; future development, and how the town puts our tax dollars to good use.
It has become very tiresome to read the letters to the editor slamming the president of the United States.
Glory to God for using our President Donald Trump and the American military forces to bring justice to evil ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
I am voting “no” on the Franchise Agreement between APS and the town of Dewey-Humboldt. Why? Because APS is already getting more of our money than they deserve.
On Wednesday, Oct. 24, Congressman Paul Gosar posted on his official Facebook page an impassioned cry about “Adam Schiff’s Soviet-style inquiry” in his “secret room.” The congressman went on to say that “Not ONE member from Arizona is allowed to enter ... “ His post came after Wednesday’s Republican impeachment protest.
I remember living through Richard Nixon’s impeachment inquiry and subsequent resignation. It took over 2 years to develop the facts. Once the truth was known about the Watergate break-in and obstruction of Congress, Republicans responded.