What a shameful editorial in last Sunday's (Dec. 20) paper.
Regarding the recently signed "agreement" between Danza del Sol and YCSO, dropping dozens of dogs off at a busy vet practice is a recipe for disaster for all concerned.
Regarding the editorial on the Spring Creek annexation, the author seems to be outraged that anyone that doesn't live in Cottonwood should have a voice.
Mr. Engler, you do seem to want to stir things up in our Verde Valley, when you attack unincorporated communities for their views on Cottonwood’s annexation ideas.
So the top Public Health Official in Arizona (Cara Christ) chooses to totally ignore the mountain of worldwide evidence that indicates that substantial community spread of the Covid 19 virus occurs in bars and restaurants.
The Clarkdale-Jerome teachers felt a welcome respite from the seemingly incessant bad news surrounding education, when recently our override was passed by the voters of Clarkdale and Jerome.
Your editorial, "Let's Put the Shoe on a Different Foot," is a very, very poor comparison.
While walking along a sidewalk in the City of Cottonwood, nearly three months ago, I suffered a serious trip-and-fall experience.
The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors recently signed off on a Yavapai County Sheriff Office contract for stray animal services with a small veterinarian's practice, instead of renewing its former contract with the Verde Valley Humane Society.
The City of Cottonwood should not annex Spring Creek Ranch. Here's why.
Again, Mr. Engler puts his shoe firmly in his mouth.
I believe that we can work together to come up with a modified solution that would protect the animals, their owners, and the Yavapai County Sheriffs Office.
Thank you to all of those who have answered our call, even if it is tell us you cannot serve at this time. You are the reason our courts are able to function. The Yavapai County Superior Court is eternally grateful to you all.
These are medicines that ordinary folks can use on their own, and their use will keep folks out the hospital. I should say probably or usually for there is always that chance of something going wrong with anything humans do. The two substances are Hydroxchloroquine and Ivermectin.
We are very fortunate to have such kind people in our Post Office and we wanted to thank to who did this. It probably was our mail carrier and if so, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
They did not uphold their oath of office to defend the constitution, instead they undermined our democracy and public trust.
The next time there is a major development issue in Rimrock or Lake Montezuma, how would it be received if Mayor Tim Elinski and City Manager Ron Corbin showed up and told the folks on the Beaver Creek Association that this development needs to be run past the Cottonwood City Council first.
YCSO should have used a hybrid model of vet/full service shelter to handle the issue for the community. In the end, the animals will suffer.
Cottonwood – like any government – is always interested in the prospect of growing itself. The city just doesn’t want to come across as a bully in the process.
The vaccine doesn’t cure the virus it only prevents it. Once vaccinated you can still be a carrier. We are almost there. Support your fellow Americans. Wear your mask like it’s a flag.
I am distressed at the misinformation, disinformation, lies, and conspiracy theories that are out there. Most of the bad information comes from our president. We need good leadership.
In this time of year when the joy of giving is paramount, this is the very best gift you can give yourself, your friends and family.
One of the more appalling moments in the recent history of the House of Representatives occurred recently in the Capitol Visitor Center. Speaker Nancy Pelosi gave her weekly news conference and said that she had changed her position on the issue of passing a coronavirus relief bill.
We want to encourage you, our new board of supervisors, and remind you that Verde Connect is too much money for too little benefit, with too many downsides.