I’m uncertain as to where a recent letter writer got his information regarding the sanitary district.
In a recent letter to the editor, published April 2, a writer expressed his disdain for “The morality gang.”
Constant water leaks occur with our current PSWID water system and the community is faced with continual repair costs.
It is the law: If you are not a citizen of the United States, you cannot get health insurance paid by the U.S. government; draw unemployment; get food stamps; welfare; or Social Security.
There is an old saying: “When you outlaw guns, only outlaws will have them.” It’s ever so true.
I’d like to address the recent letter regarding three members of the same family, teaching especially education at the middle school.
After 20-plus years of complacency with their sick invitation to gun violence, “Gun Free Zone” signs at schools, theaters and malls, and finally seeing the futility of such, the low information person’s mindset approaches hysteria.
A recent letters contributor complains that more than 150 bullets were shot in less than five minutes at Sandy Hook Elementary School and the shooter only had to stop and reload five times in that period (“Gun violence needs to be addressed now” Roundup, March 29).
Signs of the times. Time for some signs. Must be a timely sign.
It is high time that women in our society be treated like adults, fully actualized human beings who are valuable in their own right.
Advocates for an urgently needed expansion of the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System continue to offer sensible improvements — and critics continue to balk.
It was with dismay that I read in a recent Arizona Republic that Gila County ranked 15th (bottom of the list) in a healthy county listing according to a survey between the University of Wisconsin and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
My husband and I read Pete Aleshire’s recent Petrified Forest article — as I’ve said before, he really shines when he talks about his wandering adventures.
The hope and vision that we should have for our beloved Arizona would accentuate the positivity of our people, our splendid scenery and our wonderful weather.
I’ve seen a lot of comments lately about all of us needing assault weapons to protect our homes.