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Letter: Think of the seniors

Regarding front page article, “More Apartments...,” proposed behind Safeway; what if a developer cooperated with a adult assisted living and nursing home?

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It seems that several businesses in Chino Valley are taking advantage of the loophole in the sign law that combines “banners” — I’m referring to the proliferation of banana banners on Highway 89 — with the American flag.

Letter: No to Northern Connector

On Sept. 7, 2016, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors spent $302,214 to study a new Northern Connector Road between Williamson Valley Road and Chino Valley which is estimated to cost $13 million.

Letter: Senior living

Regarding front page article, “More Apartments...,” proposed behind Safeway; what if a developer cooperated with a adult assisted living and nursing home?

Letter: No connector road

I would like it to be noted that I am vehemently opposed to the North Connector Road via Nancy Road.

Letter: Complimentary letter to Safeway

I am a fifth-grade teacher at Del Rio, and every year I have my students write a complimentary letter to a favorite company.

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One man’s rant: Reach for the sky, hombre!

June 16, 1953, was a sultry summer day in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

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Letter: Bomber a big success

The Experimental Aircraft Association, Chapter 658, wishes to thank the citizens of the greater Prescott area for the support they provided for the visit of the EAA’s historic B17 bomber.

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Letter: Western Heritage

On behalf of our Board of Directors, the Prescott Western Heritage Foundation, Inc., would like to thank all of our friends for their generous support throughout 2016.

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Letter: Tip a Cop

The Chino Valley Police Department would like to say a big thank you to all who participated in the Tip-A-Cop on Jan. 24.

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Letter: Sales tax too high

Backlash over the recent council decision to reduce sales tax for Clayton Homes confirms what I have been saying for years.

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Letter: Salvation Army says thanks

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.

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Letter: Phone line technicians

I have developed a strong feeling of respect for our telephone technicians who keep our land lines connected.

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Letter: Kudos

I always read Ken Sain’s editorials, and this one really meant something to me [Why we believe what we believe, Jan. 4].

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Letter: Love the post office

I’ve been meaning to write this comment for quite some time, but now, in the New Year — it seems just right to say how I feel. My husband and I have lived in Chino Valley for almost 34 years.

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