As displayed by the “March For Our Lives” on Saturday, March 24, the debate on guns has been gaining traction in our country.
I do not know why everybody ignores the 500-pound gorilla regarding drugs and immigrants.
More firepower did not win the Korean War, or in Vietnam, nor our wars in Iraq or Afghanistan.
We want to thank all of the sponsors who so generously supported our annual spaghetti dinner on Feb. 24 that sponsors high school girls to attend “Girl’s State” in Tucson for a week.
As a volunteer at a cat shelter and a cat lover, I am seeing a number of people interested in adopting “kittens.”
Headline 2-28: 21 to buy a gun?
This newspaper recently had a news article about a hearing by Arizona Department of Transportation about Highway 89A and how increased growth in the Prescott and Prescott Valley communities was impacting traffic.
It is a fact that in almost places across America, a legal armed citizen cannot enter a courthouse with a firearm.
Imagine going to work one day and finding out that your company is closing 10 percent of its stores and one of them is yours.
I was personally offended by the editorial appearing Feb. 7 in the Tribune, “Congressman Gosar should stop the grandstanding.” Dr. Paul Gosar is a constitution carrying, patriot.
I met some people a while back, and over cocktails we became friends. We had a great deal in common and enjoyed many of the same things. We liked them and they seemed to like us. We went to lunch together that day and even made plans to attend some local events together.
Congress passed its tax bill to put more money into our pockets.
Hoping all of you had a wonderful Christmas with family and friends.
We live and work in the silhouettes and outlines of Yavapai County size skyscrapers known as multi-story buildings, we travel through streets lined with homes and local businesses and buildings under construction.
As a taxpayer in the Town of Prescott Valley, I am somewhat alarmed that our town is considering raising water rates within a very short time frame.