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RE: “2 groups looking out for GV’s future,” Page A1, Jan. 15. Being on the GVR4Us mailing list does not mean that one agrees with the GVR4Us group.

Half a page on the DUI of a former Justice of the Peace (“Former JP showed signs of impairment,” Jan. 15). There was no injury, no accident and it wasn’t local.  It looks like the paper is more intent on hurting this person than reporting news. She was smart not to talk to you.

In regards to the two horses killed in Amado (Jan. 15, Page A4). These animals were not open range horses. Was speed a factor? No mention that it was pitch dark. This was a terrible freak accident.

The political “cartoon” that was placed in the Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2020 newspaper about Megan Markle and Harry was sick.

Sen. McSally called CNN’s reporter a “liberal hack” when asked about considering new evidence for the Senate impeachment trial.

More than $500,000 of Pima County residents’ property tax dollars have spent on asylum seeker processing. I have been asked, “How did this happen?”

I would like to say thank you very much to the Safeway customer who found my bracelet and turned it into the Lost and Found at the store on Continental Road. I thought I’d never see it again. It meant so much to me as I’m getting over cancer and the bracelet has special charms on it that hel…

An Oscar winner? “1917,” a movie currently playing across the country, may win this year’s best film Oscar.

As we commemorate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., let us individually examine our words and deeds to make sure we do not contribute toward the toxic environment of hatred and racism and divisiveness. Let us renew our commitment to “form a more perfect union, establish justice, and en…

Congress can get the policy right and stop surprise medical bills with legislation that puts patients first and protects their access to medical care. They must resist the quick-fix idea of government rate setting or letting the insurance industry establish rates.

Like the resident in last Sunday’s paper, I too would like to thank the kind strangers who “huddled” me back to our car in the Walmart parking lot after I fell Oct. 8, breaking my hip. My husband drove me to the hospital as we did not know if we would have a choice of hospitals if we called …

On New Year’s Day I had a medical issue and because it was a holiday, most medical facilities were closed. I went to Northwest Urgent Care on Duval Mine Road and they quickly evaluated me and referred me to Santa Cruz Valley Regional Hospital in Green Valley. After several test, they diagnos…

The front page article, “It took a village to get her to the mountaintop,” on Jan. 1 was a terrific story. It is so important for disabled people to have a chance to get out and explore the wonders that surround our community.

A traditional view of American politics tells us we have moderate Democrats (Klobuchar, Biden, etc.), left wing Democrats (Warren, Sanders, etc.) and Donald Trump (right wing Republican) all running for president in 2020.

I just want to thank you for the beautiful calendar for 2020 that you included with the newspaper recently. The photographs are lovely and each month as I turn the page I shall realize afresh how blessed I am to live in this beautiful area of Southern Arizona.

In response to Susan MacMillan’s Jan. 8 letter, “He has to earn it.” She asks the question, “What make you think that the president cares about you or anyone in your family?” I would like to answer that question.

I landed in the emergency room at Santa Cruz Valley Regional Hospital on New Year’s Day.  What a way to start 2020!  This was my fourth visit since the hospital opened, but this time I was fortunate enough to be under the care of Dr. Stephen Resnick and nurse Cindy Lehr, who took such good c…

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