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.
During a Chamber of Commerce mixer sponsored by Yavapai Regional Transit last Wednesday, I gave a presentation explaining how YRT is operating as a nonprofit and serving the tri-city area with a much needed bus service.
Just from geography, the Deep Well development is an Ill-advised project.
Regarding the July 27 Courier editorial, “Kelli Ward’s conduct is unbecoming of a U.S. Senator,” nice hatchet job!
I want to give a big shout out to all the businesses/organizations that participated in Chino Valley’s fourth Annual National Night Out (NNO) Event.
The summer program for 2017 is over and school will soon begin.
My husband and I want to thank a neighbor we don’t really know who lives close to our property for turning us in to the Chino Valley police.
Recently, the Yavapai County Mounted Sheriff’s Posse held its 63rd annual May Roping with proceeds going to scholarships to deserving students throughout Yavapai County.
Cruise in for the Veterans’ sixth annual car show on April 29 at Yavapai College was our biggest and best ever. We had just under 300 cars and Prescott showed up.
Saturday, June 17, 2017 was a night to remember for family, friends and the community as we gathered to share thoughts, prayers and memories of an amazing little boy, Christian Pearson.
Nextcare (who took over the C.V. medical care) action of ending having a primary care doctor is really a terrible action.
We wish to extend our thanks and prayers to all who knew my husband and dad, Jimmy Carbajal, and offered support during our difficult times with his illness and death.
It was Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters’ 34th year of Bowl for Kids’ Sake, and the season cannot come to a close until we thank all those who have made 2017 such a successful year.