Editor: The other day, a reporter asked Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi whether she hates President Trump.
I want to draw attention to a remarkable document on climate change and national security.
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.
George Hedge, in his letter of Nov. 27 must think that Courier readers are blind.
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.
Editor: Prescott City Council is irresponsibly dooming our aquifer with water policies that cater to developers and pay no attention to citizen priorities.
Editor: The Friends of Jersey Lilly Courthouse Christmas Lighting Fundraiser Committee extend our gratitude to the 150 businesses, organizations and individuals who donated items for our kickoff auction event and those 99 registered bidders who purchased everything offered.
I would like to respond to the writer who called those of us who disapprove of the current administration “Trump haters.”
Many of us Republicans who cannot support Trump may feel a sense of unwarranted guilt.
Kayla Mueller was a precious soul who spent her entire life in the service of others. All Americans grieved at her tragic death. But from news accounts her parents had to politicize her death by blaming President Obama for not rescuing her in time.
Editor: Although Congress rarely accomplishes anything because of partisanship, a House committee has now done something significant by delineating two distinct classes of government officials, heroes and cowards. This has nothing to do with being Republicans or Democrats, but has everything to do with being courageous and ethical.
I’ve been forgetting to submit this, but a huge wonderful thank you the person who found my wallet in the Sportsman’s parking lot and took it into the store where people there/manager put it into the safe.
Editor: Anyone who has lived in “Everybody’s Hometown” of Prescott for any length of time must realize that we have one of the most generous communities in the country.
Editor: The 4th Annual SAL American Legion Post 6 Golf Tournament at Prescott Country Club was a huge success.
Something to think about when driving those electric cars.
A few suggestions to the wonderful people of Prescott.
Editor: Well it happened again. Another elitist, Roger Fairfield, wrote a letter calling the vast majority of Trump supporters uneducated. Now, according to Roger, you are uneducated if you did not earn a college degree. Well, Steve Jobs did not earn a degree, nor did the founders of Home Depot. Many thousands upon thousands of people have done very well in their lives without a college degree. They have made excellent life decisions and led honorable lives.
Editor: Edward Blades, in his letter of Nov. 14 (Denied a Cat), seems to have misunderstood the full criteria of Miss Kitty’s Cat House regarding seniors adopting our cats or kittens.
In Nov 19 story about city launches study for runway extension it mentioned a $198,944 contract to study the extension.
Many citizens of this area, myself included, have made it a priority to save water. In fact, Prescott, through the library, has an official program to encourage this practice and the city has a great rebate program to reimburse for the cost of such things as rain barrels etc.
I would like to thank Brian Bergner for his Nov. 12 reasoned defense of DACA recipients. I am grateful for the important truths he told.
Prescott’s running out of water and our City Council is seriously considering selling vast amounts of it to the Arizona Eco Development Co. (AED) which is planning on building a huge resort plus 6,500-plus homes in our Granite Dells.