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I want to know why, many many people have not received any help from this Arizona government. Where is the unemployment check? Where is the stimulus? Where is all the money to help small businesses?

May 2, 2020
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Any level-headed person has to respect the sentiment on both sides of this debate. People are dying. People are also dying to go back to work.

By Dan Engler April 28, 2020
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What kind of a Catch 22 thing is this? And where is this Cares Act money, earmarked for self-employed, unemployed people, actually going?

April 28, 2020
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Let's go Verde Valley. Gas stations give us a break. Stop being so greedy.

April 28, 2020
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Can’t fix stupid? Yes you can, it’s called election 2020.

April 28, 2020
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COVID-19 cannot be ignored – yet the county supervisors currently within the budget process ignored COVID-19 entirely through March.

April 28, 2020
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I am grateful for your reporting and dedication to getting the story out there and PLEASE keep up the good work.

April 28, 2020
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During the worst of times we’ve seen the very best of the Verde Valley.

By Dan Engler April 25, 2020
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Watching those rent-a-mob bands of bearded he-men swaggering around state capitols with their Confederate flags and symbolic AR-15s -- what were they going to shoot at, after all? -- reminded me of a scene in the old Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall movie “Key Largo.”

By Gene Lyons April 25, 2020
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It was late evening. The middle-aged couple was watching TV in their Scottsdale home when two masked offenders wielding knives broke through a back door.

By Sheila Polk: MY TURN April 21, 2020
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Together we will make this transition in a way that protects our elderly as well as the businesses that call Yavapai County home.

April 21, 2020
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So what is it that the Supervisor doesn’t what us to focus on? Elections, supervisors holding meetings and making decisions with no public input.

April 21, 2020
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I’m deeply concerned about the well being of our community. Especially when I see local grocery store clerks, not following the CDC Covid Guidelines.

April 21, 2020
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With every coronavirus briefing, Donald Trump contradicts his own statements, sometimes during the same briefing. He gives out medical advice that leaves the medical experts horrified.

April 21, 2020
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Today, I am officially divorcing myself from partisan politics.

April 21, 2020
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We are currently under the grip of what can only be described as the worst weapon ever used against the human race, and that weapon is fear. Some will use this weapon to create support for shutting down all forms of social interaction.

By Supervisor Randy Garrison April 16, 2020
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Give thanks to your neighbors and friends, who have done their part in controlling the spread and who have looked out for your well-being. I appreciate all of you. Stay safe, and stay focused on our brighter days ahead.

By Mayor Tim Elinski April 16, 2020
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We cannot allow state power to be used by any group, secularist or religionist, as the tool to persecute others or to favor certain viewpoints.

By Barry W. Jones April 14, 2020
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To the members and diners at the Camp Verde Senior Center, it was a hard decision to make, but this is a very dangerous virus.

April 14, 2020
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We are still being to subjected to the lack of thought by people who ignore the simple health care actions recommended by the experts. I ordered a pizza online for pickup at the drive-thru window.

April 14, 2020
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Someone within the past couple of weeks ran a vehicle through the fence at Clear Creek Cemetery.

April 14, 2020
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The letter to the editor dated April 5 from Diane Daniel is a perfect example of why individuals should not get their information from a single news source.

April 14, 2020
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President Trump’s light at the end of the tunnel is really another runaway virus train heading his way.

April 14, 2020
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I’m taking solace in knowing that the silver lining might be a more unified, more understanding Sedona -- with a stronger sense that our community is deeply interconnected and must be in alignment to achieve long-term viability.

By Jennifer Wesselhoff: MY TURN April 7, 2020
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If the school is concerned about character building, there are far better vehicles for example the Golden Rule Club that focuses on empathy, kindness, respect, and civility. It’s an excellent program and also free.

By Dianne Post: MY TURN April 7, 2020

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