(These letters to veterans were produced by the second grade class of Dorothy de Masi at Payson Elementary School for Veterans Day, but we saved them to acknowledge Pearl Harbor Day.)
Thanks to the Rim Country residents, local businesses, Bashas’, the Payson Roundup, KMOG Radio, the Rotary Club, Payson Concrete, Central Arizona Board of Realtors, Steve Coury Ford, Payson Unified School District and Channel 12, St. Vincent de Paul’s “Turkey Tuesday” was another triumph.
It’s fun to read the football rankings each week. Here’s another one to consider: Neither the Republicans or Arizona made the top 10 in national scholastic performance.
Thank you so much for printing Teresa McQuerrey’s write up about the Womans Club. We club members thank her very much. She did her usual good job as she always does.
Thank you for including the Rim Country Museum Gift Shop in the Friday, Nov. 29 issue story about shopping local.
Now that Veterans Day is behind us, it is time to recognize the Merchant Seamen who brought men and supplies to all the theaters of war.
Regarding the case of the father who abandoned his 2-year-old son on Houston Mesa Road — I want to thank you for your editorial questioning the logic of sentencing this man to prison for 3.5 years for his mistake.
What is the difference between murder and self-defense?
Wake up, Payson!
A very special thank you to all who worked so hard to make “Bingo for the Children” a total success. Our total earnings were $1,300 after expenses.
Mr. Guida placed another advertisement “to irritate liberals.”
Shortly after the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) was signed into law by President Obama on March 23, 2010, I knew, as an insurance agent, that any health insurance plan written after that date would be subject to cancellation in 2014.
Again without the following vendors and personal donations the “Bingo for the Children” would not be the success it is every year.
Although I should not be surprised, I am amazed by the number of falsehoods that have been promulgated regarding the events that occurred that led to my husband’s arrest.
As director of the Arizona Department of Transportation, I take strong exception to the headline and tone of the Nov. 9 article on funding for highway projects around the state.