This is about how the Miner handles posts to Rants and Raves that are incorrect.
The continuing political persecution of President Trump and his associates by the Department of Injustice is both frightening and disgusting.
I want to thank all of our citizens, family and friends for their continued support and help through this exciting experience.
From about the third grade when people talked crap you said “prove it.”
In Christine Flowers’ column “From Rome on partisanship and populism,” she seems to think partisanship is to blame for our problems at home, and I’m sure that contributes.
If you got a call from ICE, you’re not alone. And, for the record, it wasn’t them.
Racists? One must admit that open borders is hardly the way to be fair, and keep terrorists and illegal drugs out.
I have found a solution to the electric cart plague in our stores.
This is in response to the “Black bear euthanized during visit to Parker High School” article in the Wednesday, July 13 Kingman Miner.
First the Republicans demanded it was a hoax, then when the local DA charged a 27 year old with double rape of a 9 year old, they decided to go after the doctor that sent this poor girl out of state for a necessary abortion.
This is in response to the rant about freedom from religion that appeared in The Miner on July 6.
It makes perfect sense that Gov. Ducey would not want police actions to be recorded by private citizens.
Yep, they did it again, just the other day, another act of wanton, hate-filled, intolerant, violence against Thunder Rode all because of a sign that says “Kung Flu Commie Virus Scamdemic Masks” that has been in front of the Thunder-Rode shop since the beginning of the so-called “COVID” scare.
Jase Graves in his “No, it’s not COVID” column is absolutely right about the whole allergy/sinus infection business.
This is in response to the June 10 Miner article about the study on county housing needs.
As commandant of the Kingman Marine Corps League, I want to thank all the members of the Kingman community who came out to help us dedicate our new Veterans Memorial on May 30 in the Kingman Veterans Memorial Park on Beale Street.
We know now that the largest recorded fire in New Mexico history was started by an escaped “prescribed burn,” or rather by two.