There is a movement underway to declare some cities or counties as Second Amendment sanctuaries. Using the very word ‘sanctuary’ in connection with the Second Amendment is a cruel distortion of the meaning of the term.
Thank you, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. for challenging our great nation to live up to the historic principles outlined in the Preamble of our Constitution in that all people regardless of race, color, or creed would be included in “We the People.”
Reading your Monday (1/13) issue online, I first came to ‘Drought Issues continue to challenge state lawmakers’. Comments by Rep. Regina Cobb, R-Kingman got my attention, especially when she said allowing things to go along without regulation is simply unacceptable.
I didn’t know what the radio ads meant when advocating that Congress do something about surprise medical bill ... until I got one.
What disgraceful and shameful behavior by an elected official; he brings shame on the Town of Camp Verde.
Big Pharma is the top lobbying organization in Washington, DC, and spent $27.5 million on lobbying activities in 2018! Healthcare costs in this country in general for those patients without insurance is not affordable.
As Samuel Adams said: “It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people’s minds.”
We are thrilled to see that Gary Krupa has taken up the torch to lead the VOC to incorporation.
Here we go again. Two years ago in the Spring of 2018, The Committee for Better Upper Verde Valley Schools (CBUVVS) gathered enough signatures to bring the issue of whether or not to consolidate the Cottonwood-Oak Creek Elementary School District No. 6 (COCSD) and the Mingus Union High School District No. 4 (MUHS) to the voters.
The second amendment is a part of the US.Constitution and the Law of the Land., notwithstanding the support of the County Supervisors. Interpretation of its meaning is reserved for Federal Judiciary, not local authorities.
The MMA (Modified Motorcycle Association) Verde Valley District, would like to extend a big thank you to all who participated in the annual Jan. 1st Run, that benefited the Cottonwood-Oak Creek School Dist.’s Lunch Program.
This time Mr. Krupa and Mr. Engler want all of us to “wake up and smell the obvious.” Both articles in the Jan. 1 edition of the Villager pontificate and chide us about our failings as citizens. Even though we citizens did all the right things to voice our oppositions, the County Board failed, not us. The Board failed to respect its constituents.
Rethinking adding Verde Villages to the City of Cottonwood: Because of the many laws and decisions made in Cottonwood by the City Council I believe it would be in the best interests of the Verde Villages to once again see if they might do better becoming part of the City.
Sedona Toys for Tots would like to thank the Sedona Village Business Association for their generous donation of $250.
If you want to hold other politicians to the standard that they are not above the law, than you need to act that way yourself. Anything less is not protecting our Constitution as you profess.
It is all about and because of the first and only perfect gift, Christ as in Christ-mas!
We wanted to send a very special thank you to the Verde Valley community for their generous support of Mingus Union High School’s Hope Center.
The Immaculate Conception Conference for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul expresses its heartfelt thanks to all who helped provide turkeys and the fixings for Thanksgiving dinner to more than 100 of our community’s needy families.
Mr. Dave Williams is the Yavapai County Developmental Services Director. In his own words, describes his role as being the one to interpret county ordinances and advise the county commissioners on matters that come before that body.
I recently received a pamphlet outlining the spring courses being offered at the Yavapai college. I was appalled at the number of classes being taught in pseudo sciences at tax payers expense.
In one instance, the president, himself, even claimed that he would “love” for various current and former senior members of his administration to testify and, then in the next instance, the White House issued a directive for those officials not to cooperate.
I was so pleased to see such a large turnout to hear the proposal presented to Yavapai County Planning and Zoning regarding the zoning change request for the owners/developers of Spring Creek Ranch.
If this country is to survive we will need to find common ground again.
If you want to ‘Impeach the Liar’ you best make a long list, because every politician holding office is a ‘LIAR’.
As long as they do not harm people let them come to the country stretch between Cottonwood and Sedona this won’t change the world that much.