In a letter to the editor published on Oct. 28 by Sherry Proctor ...
“Reportedly, Evans provided the necessary assurances in a meeting with ASU officials this week.”
Irrespective of our political philosophy or on which side of the aisle our sensibilities lie, there are few among us who are not concerned with the recent display of impolitic conflict between the legislative and executive branches of our federal government.
Our congressman Paul Gosar could not wait for President Obama’s speech on immigration to be over before lashing out in a degrading diatribe against the president and attacking the dignity of undocumented immigrants.
I just heard on the TV news that the northwest portion of New York State received six feet of snow, followed the next day by two feet of snow.
In reference to your Friday, Nov. 14, editorial headed “Information banishes fear” where you wrote “we trust the town will air on the side of full disclosure.”
Kaitie’s Closet has moved. The charity is now at 814 N. Beeline Highway, Suite E, Payson, AZ 85541.
With the proliferation of “dark money” in our elections by wealthy individuals, organizations, special interest groups, and public utility companies, it seems like many of our elections are determined before the ballots are actually cast.
Once again in the Roundup (Nov. 11) Mr. Aleshire outlined the fiasco of 4FRI: Pasco Berliouix helped develop the original 4FRI, his timber company submitted the low bid and kicked in a promise to spend about $500,000 monitoring the environmental impact.
I have been thinking, about the last few weeks of what has taken place. First we had to go and vote. Next we showed our respect to the veterans that gave up their lives to protect our way of life.
Time Out held its annual Candlelight Walk Oct. 29, concluding the planned activities for Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Thanks to the Roundup for providing great coverage the October jazz performance at the Presbyterian Church.
Today I lost a friend, companion and loved one.
Recently, for a variety of reasons, I took a trip down to the Valley. While I was there, I had to buy gas. I was pleasantly surprised to see the price of $2.73 per gallon.
I just returned from a trip to the Grand Canyon. On Oct. 29 the Giant and Maverik gas stations in Flagstaff were selling regular gas for $3.029 a gallon.