Wednesday August 24, 2016
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Thank you Ronald,
My cousin and I sat here for two hours trying to think of his name.
No one at the school or bus barn would tell me anything after I got back to Payson.
I did push to try and find out who the driver was. I would have accepted a speeding ticket if I could have got her name and some information but it was all covered up.
The remark about me accepting a speeding ticket was because I admitted I was doing 80 MPH trying to keep up with the van. I believe the speed limit at that time was 55 MPH.
I think he was concentrating how to get hold of the hospital money and build a shopping center, conference hall and hotel out yonder.
Payson needs a couple of good psychiatrist. Not ones that push pills, but lets you talk and listens to what you say. Doesn't be gazing off into space trying to figure how to give you pills.
A one on one thing not a group that half are going out the door to tell every one your story.
It is so easy to get signed up for freebies in Gila County. It isn't that so many need it, they can get it so easy and don't have to work.
With Mrs. Brewer's endorsement for McCain reason enough not to vote for him.
The article above to the editor written by me was posted somewhere else and was not a letter to the editor. But my feelings are the same no matter they decided to print it in the paper.
If you look into today's paper there is almost a half page of puzzles. However if that is the only reason you subscribe to the paper if I were you I would spend that money on the many different puzzle books at Walgreens, Walmart or Safeway.
To bad some of the many thousands of dollars spent on the event center was not used to fix the football field. Lets try and impress out of town people instead of protecting our youth.
Working on the event center was voted no if I remember right several yrs. ago when Robert Henley was on the council. Only used his name as I don't remember who else was on it and maybe people will recall the date if they remember when he was on the council.
I have been saying for years, if the Oxbow was opened up as Mrs. Nethken had planned many years ago there would be a reason for people to come down Main St. Restaurant, bar, dance hall, small retail stores in the back where there were motel like rooms, and a banquet room upstairs But the town wanted the building for a museum and made everything so hard for her after spending $400,000 she threw up her hands and quit.
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