As a guy raised on a farm and who served in the U.S. Army from 1952 until 1972, I’m still shocked and appalled by the proposal of Arizona Game and Fish Department to stage hunting “contest” to kill any animal, especially coyotes, bobcats and fox.
It was with wry amusement that I read Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli’s letter on water conservation in the newspaper.
My friend James Kimes makes many excellent points in his letter published Jan. 17 titled “Achieve the Dream.”
Most Prescott citizens, myself included, have done quite a good job of conserving water.
Why is it improper to screen a prospective judicial candidate over prospective decisions that must be viewed on the facts and circumstances of each particular case and not to the particular organizations a prospective judge may belong to?
What exactly is going on regarding our beloved Dells? Everyone I know is up in arms about the closed-door meetings.
I took exception to the recent article by John Micek about illegal immigration and the border. He blamed the president for stating some facts about crimes committed by illegals in this country.
About our universal water issues in this county and state, I would like the Courier reporters to validate what I have observed and not got response. Our water quality results were mailed to us in the past (we are 14-year homeowners).
Last weekend, while waiting at Denver International Airport for my return flight to Prescott, I sat across the aisle from a “30-something” year-old Nebraska couple and a Colorado student whom I guessed to be about 20 years old.
Refugees have a legal right to seek amnesty in the U.S. That is the law.
Regarding “Take a Ride President Trump” by Craig Brown. Like Mr. Brown, I have visited Mexico, often weekly, and enjoyed friendly, industrious people doing their jobs in their own country.
I have a problem with the editorial cartoon in the Saturday, Jan. 26, Daily Courier which compared the cost of Trump’s border wall with “Pelosi’s shutdown.”
Did you know that there are plans to build a ton of buildings on the beautiful rocky Dells?
Say hello to Congress—who writes the checks in billions of dollars to support a nuclear arms program that would never be used by even the most radical governments that recognize mutual total destruction.
I have recently learned of Senate bills sponsored by Michelle Ugenti-Rita.
As residents of Chino Valley for over 20 years, our opinion on the road repairs is:
We must preserve the Granite Dells for the use of all citizens, including the wildlife that call that area home.
As a response to recent comments by Craig Brown regarding his travels to and from Mexico I would like to issue the following response.
I and my fellow seasoned Prescott folks are a diverse lot in many ways except we can all agree that the driving conditions in our happy little town are nearing ridiculous.
“4 No More Deaths volunteers found guilty,” shouted the recent Courier headline.
After it was reported that the FBI is investigating President Trump’s private meetings with Vladimir Putin, I began to have some questions myself about such meetings.
I’m shaking my head reading Paul Messinger’s letter, “Doing more for our country.” He touts what he believes are President Trump’s accomplishments, only one of which is true.