Editorial Cartoon: Feb. 24, 2019
Today we could be mourning the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense, who has been with us for many years.
I wish I had something important to report but I have to say that someone who was raised in central California cannot believe that the Verde Valley was shut down by snow.
Too many fall victim to substances, legal and illegal. Commonly prescribed drugs are debilitating families and leading people to the street. Kids are over-prescribed and set up for a lifetime of drug consumption.
Exercising your rights is not always the same as doing the right thing.
Much debate rages over illegal immigration, border security, and “Trump’s Wall.” The issue has become highly politicized and, yes, on both sides.
Sunday it was reported that several local school boards are considering adding a new course to their curriculum, the teaching of the Bible.
Rep. Kelly Townsend is to be applauded for sounding the alarm over cellphone spying. However, such snooping is only the tip of the proverbial spyberg.
I wish to thank all of the volunteers who helped on the Highway 260 cleanup in the VVPOA section of the highway.
With the Cottonwood City Council deadlocked on making the Rough Cut building the new City Hall, the appointment process for filling the vacancy on the council should prove most interesting.