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The Daily Courier article, “Immigration status will be ignored, local police say,” (April 2) is absolutely mind-boggling!
Money: People do not seem to understand what money is or represents.
Re: PV Council Narrows its search for a new member (Tribune, Jan. 11):
Regarding a news article by Jason Wheeler about the search for a Councilmember replacement for Stephen Marshall dated Jan. 11, Councilman Grossman was correct in commenting that, “You can’t bring your personal prejudices to the job ... but do what’s best for the community.”
This letter responds to two editorials (Sept. 8 and Dec. 5, 2016), that address protests by the Standing Rock Sioux tribe against construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline (crude oil) by Energy Transfer Partners.
I read with interest the resolutions offered by Prescott Valley residents in the Dec. 28 issue of the Tribune.
The front page of your Dec. 14 paper has the headline, “Suspect caught after bank robberies.” It also has the headline of, “’Tis the season for stealing holiday gifts.”
This is a very big thank you to the Prescott Valley Fire Department, Lifeline Ambulance and YRMC emergency room staff.
Wow, no wonder you get complaints. Your bias and, forgive me, ignorance is showing through loud and clear (Give me an assault rifle with that pizza, Dec. 14).
Wishing everyone in our great community a very merry Christmas and a blessed and safe new year.
President-Elect Trump is not even in office, yet controversy surrounds him before he’s inaugurated.
This morning (Nov. 23) a news report finally revealed a brief summary of some of Donald Trump’s income tax, related to his charity organization.
Past Councilmember Stephen Marshall’s expose is a wake-up call. I have called the council, written to them to talk about various matters.
Prescott Valley Town Council raises sales tax half a percent without voter consent (legal at the time), waits for re-elections, and then raises their pay 42%!
I read the letter from Larry and Linda Walker regarding the proposed speedway and had to retort.
Nate Silver’s Fivethirtyeight.com is predicting a chance of winning for Hillary Clinton at 86.3 percent (as of Tuesday, Oct. 25) and for Donald Trump at 13.7 percent.
Whatever else we might learn from this tumultuous political year, this has been a year in which major press organizations—principally TV news—have become wanton purveyors of bias, distortions, and falsehoods.