To recognize that these amazing professionals kept all of us safe through their demanding efforts to put out this close-to-home wildfire.
Tables were filled with ‘treasures’, kitchen utensils and equipment, arts and crafts supplies, holiday and Christmas items, sporting goods, lamps, pictures, technology equipment, glasses, plates, bowls, platters, books, toys, games, puzzles, jewelry and other items.
I wish to express thanks for the emergency services personnel and volunteers who responded. They provided evacuation warnings and assistance to those who were unable to evacuate on their own. Those managing the fire, both on the ground and in the air, were just amazing in their efficiency and expertise.
A Constitutional Republic is used to get things done efficiently through representatives. How is it you say that only some of us share the promise of the constitution and others do not?
I can’t wrap my arms around the vehement feelings of a few who felt they needed the City Council to pass a resolution that carries no more legal weight than motherhood and apple pie symbolically representing wholesomeness and traditional American values.
When is this nonsense going to stop? Are we going to have a July 4 claim of sanctuary, to protect this ‘endangered’ holiday? Or Christmas? Or Veterans Day?
Disrespect the National Anthem and the American Flag, and that’s your First Amendment right, but say something in defense of the American way of life, and you should be censored.
I don’t know why the writer feels a need to justify her life and/or seek affirmation.
We had extra funds left from last year's fundraiser and we were very thankful that the BeneVet beat the COVID breakout.
Peripheral damage from the Cottonwood Bill of Rights Sanctuary City Resolution.
Where did the America we once knew, and love, go?
Those darn airplanes keep flying over my house. Almost six to 10 of them a day.
How can a minority of Americans set the agenda for all Americans? This is how the Republican Party works.
To the vendors that participated, your priceless smiles, your human anchors to keep the tents from blowing away and of course your love of community, you are awesome.
She’s now God’s angel to a lost, lonely one, Seeking solace at this sacred place.
We need to be united, not divided, by race and gender. Do not judge people by the color of their skin or religion or who they vote for.
Thanks to your readers for their May 21st replies to my commentary. I’d like to answer Richard Watson (Reading material for proper grasp of American history) and Doug Melton (If there is nothing to hide, election investigation should be encouraged) who have thrown the entire Republican playbook at me.
Our United States veterans paid heavily to keep our country free for all of us. During Covid, many lost jobs, health, homes, businesses and other things that for many of them are too painful to talk about. It is PAYBACK time.
Republicans keep digging rabbit hole deeper: The Republicans would not agree to an investigation into the Capital Siege. They have once again shown their true colors.
A vaccine works by fooling the immune system into responding to a pathogen that isn’t there. It’s hard to imagine how it can provide more vigorous immunity than the pathogen it simulates.
Good news. Cottonwood Council Member Jackie Nairn is totally supportive and is co-sponsoring the Cottonwood Bill of Rights resolution with Council Member Kurot and bring it before the entire seven-member panel.
In a recent letter to the editor, Doug Melton in part asked why not allow (another) investigation into purported voter irregularities in the Arizona presidential election?
I attended the Cottonwood airport master plan public meeting on May 20. I heard such an outpouring of pain.
Apparently, someone from the county commission came last week with two police officers and closed the Village of Oak Creek Colt’s Grill due to supposed lack of parking.
For the last two weeks I have walked the streets of Jerome asking residents how they feel about this issue. Almost unanimously,they were adamant about keeping the cobblestone. And, the number one reason they gave was, “they are part of the town. They are our history.”