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Buy your Valentine’s Day candy early

Dear Editor, Valentine’s day is coming soon and you better go to the store today if you want a cheap box of candy! A pharmacist friend recalled a man coming into his store late on Valentine’s Day a couple of years back. He only one big box of candy left that sold for over $50. […]

Meriwether response to Don Martin

Dear Editor, Don Martin’s rebuttal to my letter in The Standard newspaper reminds me of a person who was caught with their hand in the preverbal “cookie jar of true facts.” His personal attack on me was published on Wednesday January 31, 2024 in response to my letter to the editor regarding BLM’s inhumane method […]

An airstrip? In a neighborhood?

Dear Editor, There is a storm brewing in SoHi Estates, a small, quiet community six miles northwest of Kingman. The cause? Angry residents here are up in arms about a proposed airplane landing field being slated for construction in a location that will have planes flying at very low altitudes and low speeds directly over […]

Kingman deserves a town hall meeting

Dear Editor, As a concerned citizen of Kingman, I try to keep up with current issues and local news through newspapers, social media, and word of mouth. Kingman is growing and that growth comes with needed change. Change can be viewed from many perspectives and as one of you, I see change like the man […]

Burro management by helicopter has to go

Dear Editor, I’m writing in response to a “Letter to the Editor” that was written by last minute candidate for District 4 Supervisor Don Martin, a cousin (by marriage) of our current District 4 Supervisor Wilma Jean Bishop. His personal attack on myself and Mr. Butch Meriwether was published on Wednesday January 31, 2024 in […]

Peace demonstrations suspended due to weather

Dear Editor, Typically there is a 4 to 4:30 p.m.  support Ukraine Peace Vigil at Locomotive Park here in Kingman on the first of each month. However, due to inclement weather conditions such as cold, wind and rain, the heat dome this past summer, and health challenges and this scheduled peace vigil  has been disrupted since last […]

Rebuttal to Meriwether on burros

Dear Editor, I’m writing in response to a supposed “Letter to the Editor” that was written by Mr. Butch Meriwether and published on Wednesday January 24, 2024 in your paper. First of all, in the 40-plus years that I’ve been a professional outdoors communicator, I’ve never seen a THREE-PART Letter to the Editor.  While this […]

A personal battle with cervical cancer and my mission to

Dear Editor, I was 25 years old when I had my first cervical biopsy to check a few abnormal cells that showed up on a routine Pap smear. This was followed by a conization in which more of my cervix was removed. When the oncologist sat across from me a few weeks later to explain […]

BLM utilizes inhumane methods to capture burros, horses

Dear Editor, The largest Bureau of Land Management (BLM)   roundup utilizing helicopters on the 2024 scheduled capture of burros kicked off this month in the Black Mountain Herd Management Area (HMA) nestled between Kingman and Bullhead City. The use and inhumane-method of helicopters to roundup wild burros and horses equals danger and great financial expense, […]

Stop the hate, start to love 

Dear Editor, Anger, resentment, jealousy and hate are terribly draining emotions. If you have any of these going on in your life then you’re going to be tired most of the time. They can be mentally exhausting.  Maybe you are free and clear of any of these. If so, you probably have a lot of […]

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