Dear Town Council members, board and commission members, and volunteers:
I do not know why everybody ignores the 500-pound gorilla regarding drugs and immigrants.
Every time I read about the lack of competence and common sense with our state lawmakers, it upsets me.
On March 7, I called 911 because my husband was babbling and was incoherent.
The day before Prescott Unified School District classes began in 2010, four of us packed 15 weekend food bags for students in Miller Valley School who had been identified by school staff as having little or no food available to them over the weekend.
In April and May of this year, Chino Valley voters — along with all Yavapai County voters — are being asked by the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors to vote on renewing the existing quarter-cent jail district tax for an additional 20 years.
Have to thank you for our Friday morning chuckle when reading the piece about Smart Homes for Seniors and “family members having greater control” with remote access.
MatForce recently announced plans to mark its anniversary with a meeting to discuss the organization’s accomplishments over the past 12 years.
I met some people a while back, and over cocktails we became friends. We had a great deal in common and enjoyed many of the same things. We liked them and they seemed to like us. We went to lunch together that day and even made plans to attend some local events together.
Congress passed its tax bill to put more money into our pockets.
The all-volunteer Chino Valley/Paulden Area Salvation Army would like to thank all of the area citizens who donated funds to the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign.
Hoping all of you had a wonderful Christmas with family and friends.
RE: Tyson Kuhrt, our son’s Reading Room in Chino Valley Library, the grand opening (Kenneth Tyson Adam Kuhrt) Reading Room was Dec. 11, 2003.
On behalf of Chino Valley Elks Lodge 2842 I want to thank you very much for your excellent coverage of our “Dictionaries for third-graders” in your Oct. 18 issue, the “First Responders Awards Dinner” in the Nov. 1 issue and for the notice of our annual “Veteran’s Pancake Breakfast” upcoming tomorrow in the Nov. 8 issue.
We live and work in the silhouettes and outlines of Yavapai County size skyscrapers known as multi-story buildings, we travel through streets lined with homes and local businesses and buildings under construction.