By the way, if Trump loses so does Ducey’s political future.
Nobody ever said good governing makes you popular.
If you are not wearing a properly fitted N95 mask, you might as well wear a mask like the Lone Ranger or Batman.
“A direct line to the truth?” One who believes in science does have a direct line to the truth. One who believes in obscure conspiracy theories certainly does not.
You have to be smart and use common sense, which I have sadly noticed a lack of in this area.
I am disappointed that there continue to be business people in the Verde Valley who do not care to take precautions to protect patrons from a major health risk from Covid-19.
This is why we have legislative bodies that should be governing and not opinionated individuals taking solely on themselves to rules inflicting their own ideas or ideals on our citizens.
Yes, Don Goddard. Here we are again, right back where we were two years ago. Consolidation is still bad.
People saying it is their constitutional right to refuse to wear masks is not valid.
If a popular vote were to be collected from the whole society for every ordinance and issue, our system would grind to a halt while awaiting vote counts and challenges.
Several weeks ago, I was disconcerted to learn of the lay-offs of various city personnel which were ostensibly instituted in response to the anticipated short-fall in revenue due to the pandemic.
To the stores in Cottonwood: If you would make it mandatory to wear a mask in your establishment then people would wear a mask.
We wish to thank those who contributed roughly $2,000 to our Food Crisis Fund that allows Cornucopia to supply free PPE (Personal Protection Equipment) to staff and volunteers of emergency food providers in the Verde Valley.
I happy to say my husband received the best care and we are both home in Oklahoma — doing great. Your sweet town of Cottonwood will always have a special place in our hearts.
Please know that this is no longer being assessed, and we are making no decision about the NAH Sedona Emergency Department.
Here we go again - right back where we were two years ago.
Concerning Susan Echols’ letter to the editor, and her choice to shop in Prescott Valley (“a place that respects [her] rights” to not wear a mask) -- my uncle died that same day.
Thank you Dan Engler ... your “Just the facts” article about increase in Covid-19 cases in Arizona.
In response to Dan Engler’s request to the public to “do the right thing,” I am writing with my version of what’s “the right thing.”
I commend Doug Melton for his article in last Sunday’s Letter to the Editor, “Most masks provide only minimal protection at best.”
Being over three-quarters of a century in age, I can usually look to experience for answers.
Oak Creek at Crescent Moon Park has become so crowded since COVID-19 this year that it looks like a holiday weekend every day.
We must acknowledge the participation of your newspaper with their public support of this community endeavor and achievement with the faithful coverage of 13 annual Denim & Lace Dinner & Auction Fundraising events and beyond.
There are two characteristics of Covid-19 that make it more contagious than other viruses. It can travel on much smaller droplets than other viruses, (making it “airborne”- more like TB or measles), and it can be passed to another person even when there are no symptoms of illness.
Freeing up overhead costs makes a lot of sense in these uncertain times. Wouldn’t you prefer more dollars for the classroom and less costly overhead?