June 16, 1953, was a sultry summer day in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
The Experimental Aircraft Association, Chapter 658, wishes to thank the citizens of the greater Prescott area for the support they provided for the visit of the EAA’s historic B17 bomber.
On behalf of our Board of Directors, the Prescott Western Heritage Foundation, Inc., would like to thank all of our friends for their generous support throughout 2016.
Re: Ken Sain column (Feb. 1) “Kudos to those who stand up for others” “Standing up for others” is a great header.
Money: People do not seem to understand what money is or represents.
Re: PV Council Narrows its search for a new member (Tribune, Jan. 11):
Regarding a news article by Jason Wheeler about the search for a Councilmember replacement for Stephen Marshall dated Jan. 11, Councilman Grossman was correct in commenting that, “You can’t bring your personal prejudices to the job ... but do what’s best for the community.”
An open letter to John and Jayne Q. Public:
IT ALL STARTED 35 years ago, the Rector of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church was talking with a friend one morning about the need to serve an enjoyable, joy-filled community dinner on Christmas Day.
This letter responds to two editorials (Sept. 8 and Dec. 5, 2016), that address protests by the Standing Rock Sioux tribe against construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline (crude oil) by Energy Transfer Partners.
This letter to the editor is way overdue and what better way to start the New Year off than a “thank you” to our area’s bulk mail facility and Penny Craig, Business Mail Entry Representative and Yavapai Exceptional Industries.
I read with interest the resolutions offered by Prescott Valley residents in the Dec. 28 issue of the Tribune.
I read with interest the article by Jason Wheeler “State AG: PV Police Chief Didn’t break Law!” (PV Tribune 12-21-16).
The front page of your Dec. 14 paper has the headline, “Suspect caught after bank robberies.” It also has the headline of, “’Tis the season for stealing holiday gifts.”
We are the First Lego League for Granville Elementary School. Our team is writing this letter because we want people to know the consequences of faking service dogs and why we shouldn’t have fake service dogs.