It seems quite obvious to me that Maricopa County is getting preferential treatment when it comes to the COVID vaccine.
At least a million people marched peacefully in Washington, DC on the 6th while a group of agent provocateurs incited a ‘riot.’
Municipal versus unincorporated attitudes remain the same. Times haven’t changed at all.
We will be forever grateful to Page Springs Living owners Rick and Dione Cozens and all the members of their staff.
While I myself am not a user of weed, if it’s legal, make the best of the situation.
I ask that you also give us all the results decided upon and approved or not approved as the legislature moves through each one.
It’s not about you, it’s about your family, your friends and your neighbors.
I would like to offer my support to any effort to recall Paul Gosar from his position as my district’s representative.
Recreational marijuana. Many in the community don’t agree with it. It was voted upon and will now be legal.
Reply to Shirley Isaacson’s question in the January 6 Verde Independent, “When you hear someone say, ‘I am not going to wear a mask; nobody can tell me what to do,’ what age do you think that person is?”
According to the logic of one of your Letter to the Editor writers about lack of mask-wearing, Rosa Parks must have been childish for refusing to give up her seat to a white man, and not move to the back of the bus when she was told to.
The Code of Conduct for Town Council members must be updated to prevent this type of behavior by a council member and be strictly enforced so that another citizen will not be subjected to this type of public humiliating treatment.
As a history buff, this is a very special edition and keeps the general public, especially newcomers to the Verde Valley, apprised of our heritage.
When you hear someone say, “I am not going to wear a mask; nobody can tell me what to do,” what age do you think that person is?
Vaccinating people like this could cut down on costs and perhaps the logistics of distributing the vaccine.
The governor has ensured that Maricopa and Pinal counties get Covid 19 vaccine, however no one has an idea when he might release it to us in the north.
I was thinking of my mom this morning and how much she loved this time of year.
I join other readers in taking exception to Dan Engler’s “Mind Your Own Business” editorial in the December 20, 2020 edition to the Verde Independent.
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.