October 12, 2016
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As an 11 year resident of Valle Vista I would like to give a big shout out to these service providers during the busy holiday season.
Arizona’s Children Association would like to thank all who participated in the 2016 Gifts of Hope to support children in need this holiday season
I read your article on potholes and you mentioned that funding had been cut in 2008.
Thank you for publishing in your paper our blood drive on Jan. 28.
Everybody talks about improving the looks of the city, but nobody mentions the drunken street signs.
While reading the Miner at breakfast Thursday, page 3, I noticed in the subject photo, on the wall, a couple of Republicans who found out about the meeting!
Today water boarding came up again.
A little reminder about the ACA (Obamacare).
Re: The Daily Miner Jan. 31 front page “It’s time for a serious talk about water - well monitoring now seen as a critical step” – It’s beginning to sound more and more like an insult to the intelligence of the people of Kingman.
I am writing in response to recent opinion letters voicing concern that those who do not support Donald Trump do not understand the Constitution, the definitions of a republic or a democracy, or the functions of the Electoral College.
Here we go again! Roger Simon, national columnist, whining because Mr. Trump got almost 3 million less votes than Hillary and so he should not be president.
In response to Nancy Adams letter dated Feb. 9, regarding “Democratic nonsense:”
This is a belated thank you to all at the Mandarin Orchid House.
One might wonder should citizens of Kingman, Mohave County ask their elected officials where is that tax dollar going to keep the roads maintained?
Serving 633 days as the director of the Arizona Department of Economic Security remains one of my greatest blessings.
“Here’s to drinking ‘Cool Water’ for years to come” by Shawn Byrne in the Jan. 22 Daily Miner really hit the nail on the head.
I would like to ask for opinions about the Democratic Party regarding all this delaying of voting and creating blocks for President Trump and his administration.
I was pleased to see the editorial note in response to Mr. Saylor’s Feb 2 letter about the need for more conservative columnists in the Miner.
I am currently paying my water bill and my blood pressure is sky high because of the injustice hoisted on the citizens of Kingman who live downtown.
Thank you for both editorials in your Feb. 1 edition of the Kingman Daily Miner.
What a great community Kingman is in supporting our local Kingman Cancer Care Unit.
After watching 25 hours of the wonderful two-day inauguration ceremonies this Saturday morning, I turned on the TV to one of the women’s marches.
He asked how his beliefs affect a non-believer.
As I read from time to time about the high level of blowdown noise coming from the Hackberry natural gas pumping station, there is always this missing data. Which came first, the pumping station, or the nearby residents?
As I sit here watching Donald Trump being sworn in while reading my Jan. 20 edition of the Daily Miner, your opinion page rocks me!
First let me say that I am an animal lover to the nth degree and that abuse or mistreatment of any animal angers me.
My parents are longtime Kingman residents and my father is a Korean War veteran, having served proudly in the United States Navy.
I, like many other Americans outside Montana, had not heard your name prior to your being nominated by President Trump for Secretary of the Interior.
I am very curious about Senator John McCain and the Phoenix VA.
I am elated and overjoyed to hear the good news of the return of our beloved Dr. Govan to his medical practice here in Kingman.
I have just read Rep. Noel Campbell’s idea of raising the gas tax ten cents, and adding an annual fee of $30 for motorists to pay every time they buy insurance.
Congratulations to the new mayor and city council members in 2017.
Thank you Daily Miner for your Sunday story on cellphones.
I was reading that after 146 years Ringling Bros. & Barnum & Bailey Circus was taking down the Big Top for the final time this spring.
To all nonbelievers: I have often asked the Lord to give me the words that would make an unbeliever take notice.
Thought I’d pass along some of the latest cullings from internet land. I haven’t much else to do today after my car was stolen around 2:30 a.m. Dec. 19 – this after my recent exposes of this government’s crime wave and profiteering
Don’t just treat your lady only on Valentine’s Day, but all the time!
Being young in Kingman doesn’t give a person much of a chance in life.
My name is Garry Saylor. I, for easy identification, install “GV” between first and last name when I write to the opinion page.
It is absolutely shameful that, as Obama is going out the door, he again sticks a knife in Israel’s back, this time in the form of doing nothing so as to allow the UN to pass a resolution (in late December) that, among other things, takes the Jewish state borders back to the 1967 war.
KUSD Transportation No. 20 entered a bus in the Parade of Lights. This was a totally new experience for me as the new KUSD Transportation Manager.
As we come to the close of the 9th annual Turkey Wars Fundraiser, I wish to thank Denny’s Restaurant
I went to the federal courthouse to sue the water company, case No. 2:15-CV-00543-JCM-CWH. It was dismissed.
Does the mayor or anyone on the city council read the news, watch television or keep up with the national news?
OK, I am the guy from Golden Valley with the one-track mind that has pleaded for the election of Donald Trump on and on since 2012.
In response to Ted Holcomb’s letter on evolution, I agree with him, but only to a degree.
I would like to convey my gratitude and thanks to Dr. Sahawneh, RN Deb, RN Morgan and all the rest of the staff who were involved with my procedure on Dec. 13, 2016.
My first physical exertion every morning is to walk to the driveway and pick up the Daily Miner.
I applaud the Miner’s article on PTSD in the Sunday, Dec. 18 edition of the Daily Miner.
Re: Your most recent Kingman Crossing piece.
Have you ever wondered before our fire and spear-throwing age how we survived?
The idea of law and order is a huge subject to write about but I’ll tackle the subject according to the Bible.
The front page of Dec. 12’s paper was a breath of fresh air for the people of Mohave County, not just the City of Kingman.
What will it take to get a stoplight at Thompson and 66?
President-elect Donald Trump has not been sworn into office yet, but he still managed to anger China and Iran.
The staff, volunteers and board of the Advice and Aid Pregnancy Center wish the great people of Kingman a most merry and holy Christmas and a healthy, blessed and prosperous New Year!
I went to Apex Wrecking at 3900 Route 66 Thursday to find a part for my radio in my Chevy pickup.
Hi, I wrote this poem early the morning of Nov. 13 while still in bed.
I just did a search on U.S. cars being built in Mexico. The results were disgusting.
For eighteen months, the world listened to Donald Trump peddle his brand of hatred and bigotry.
As this year rolls to its end, the high note on Nov. 8 is still the music that lulls me to sleep at night.
Just watched the trailer for another one of “their” movies, “Office Christmas Party"...
I would like to give a shout out to Mike’s Pow R Tow.
I recently found a gem in Kingman, not the diamond type, but almost as perfect.
A few days ago I heard on the news that the accident rate is up better than ten percent.
I’ve written a couple letters and posted comments at this site regarding this country’s film industry.
Our legal system is a joke.
I’m writing in response to the December 1 letter by Joanne Wilson, in which she attempts to defend the presence of Advice and Aid Pregnancy Center volunteers in local classrooms.
The yard sale for the Clothe-A-Child was a success due to the hard work of our club members and the use of the Cerbat Lanes parking lot, the Kingman Daily Miner, KGMN and KYET radio.
Kingman’s Healing Hooves would like to thank the following businesses for their support with our third annual Hotrods to Horses car show.
In response to the letter from Lori Gabriel-Dane): The “Dumbing down of America” has been going on for a long time, but Lori mentions the wrong people.
I have a suggestion for locals looking for a nice, informal place for an evening out. As a satisfied customer, I recommend the Ramada Inn Canyon Restaurant on Route 66.
On Oct. 29, the Desert Road Riders Motorcycle Club had their annual “going to the dogs” run for Mutt Matchers & Friends.
I would like to give a shout out to Mike’s Pow R Tow.
I was pleasantly surprised as a I drove by the campus at Lee Williams High School last week. I noticed that the large sign on Beale Street’s Lee Williams Campus that read “Lee Williams Volunteers” now has an additional graphic that reads “Dick Grounds Field.”
Confederate Krusaders – Once again, the kind, caring group of people known as the Confederate Krusaders have been erroneously slandered and accused of disrespecting the veterans.
Today I am kidney cancer free! Here’s my story: I was admitted into KRMC hospital on the Fourth of July weekend.
I take a lot of pictures and what the security guard did was very wrong.
To the honorable members of the House Paul A. Gosar, DDS
I’m ba-a-ack. I have been splitting time between caring for my wife who has spent the past year in and out of KRMC fighting off five strokes (brain), and moving back to our “new” house 3.3 miles away.
I have been quiet for some time now and have not sent out any response to any of the foolish letters that I have seen in our paper. Well I feel I must respond to the letter from Lori Gabriel Dane.
Numerous statements have been made in the Opinion section about Hillary winning the popular vote. It wouldn’t matter except there are many who don’t understand the Electoral College that is most necessary for a fair election.
Downtown Kingman was once again this year’s host to the Veteran’s Day parade. Our veterans were well represented and it was a beautiful day for a parade.
Many thanks to Hubble Smith about the article on Operation Veteran. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
We would like to thank the staff and the doctor at the Kingman Animal Hospital for the kindness shown to us at the loss of Sparky, our companion for 17 plus years.
t is obvious from the virulence, violence and vitriol that the true haters in this country are the members of the Democrat Left.
The “dumbing down of America” was never more evident than on election night, 2016.
I don’t normally write into the paper but this is a different time in our history.
On behalf of the students and faculty of Kingman High School, we would like to send our most sincere thanks to the owners and staff of Furniture Liquidators, who so generously donated to our library reading area a brand new genuine leather sofa, love seat and microfiber chair and a half!
I am writing in response to two articles I recently read in the Kingman Daily Miner on Oct. 25.
With reference to the opinion letter of Oct. 9 regarding the police shootings, there are a few things that the writer did not take into consideration.
In a country based on the rule of law, a country founded on the principle all citizens are equal under the law; can the rule of law in America survive a Clinton win?
My name is Jim Bailey. I am currently the board chairman for the Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District. I would ask you for your continued support for current NACFD board member Eric Berg, NACFD board clerk Mike Collins and myself.
Mrs. Sue Wilkin and Mr. Gerald (Jerry) Lucero are running for two of the positions open within the Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District No. 1.
For the past several months there have been a lot of ads on TV about legalizing marijuana in Arizona.
As sinister as Aleeta Stamn would like the Advice and Aid Pregnancy Center to sound in her libelous tirade of Sept. 29, the truth is far different.
I stand for the Pledge of Allegiance to show respect for the boys who lost their lives in our many conflicts to win and maintain our freedom.
I am 72. I remember the I Like Ike of the early 1950s, my first national election. I have seen and I have voted in every election for our leader.
In “Moss: The future requires us to augment groundwater supplies” by Hubble Ray Smith in the Oct. 11 Daily Miner, recharging the aquifers by treating wastewater is mentioned.
As a mother of a son who gave his life for our beloved country, and another son and his wife who have three beautiful children, I am extremely concerned about the future existence of the USA.
It’s vitally important that high school students/pregnant women know all the facts before making any life-changing decision.
I would like to take the opportunity to thank all of the individuals and businesses who generously sponsored me in my endeavor to successfully run for Andy Devine Days Rodeo Queen.
On behalf of Mountain View Cemetery, and the citizens of Kingman, I would like to extend my sincere thanks and appreciation to the United Way, CARE: Sandbox and Clean City Commission for the donation of materials and labor needed to landscape the street front of the cemetery.
The old saying that, “Nero played the fiddle (Violin) while Rome burned” is pretty much what America is doing now.
Hey why don’t all of us have a “joint”? These so-called politicians, local and national, seem to think they get paid to interfere and tell us what we can and can’t do in our private life.
Recently our family suffered a tragic and unexpected loss of a family member. My son and I would like to personally thank so many individuals who responded with kindness, concern and offered love and prayers.
Voters should vote yes to Proposition 205 to legalize marijuana for personal use. Of course the federal government doesn’t want that to happen along with the FDA who stand to lose a lot of money.