Correspondence from readers regarding the pace of life in Patagonia, excitement over the annual bird count’s publication in the PRT, and Martin Levowitz’s January column on antisemitism.
If the legislature fails to act, massive cuts to an already fragile education system will result.
From time to time someone extreme, or let’s just say “remarkable,” comes bopping down the pike. They change the game for all of us, establishing new limits, high or low.
Distressed by authorities’ response to complaints about AshBritt truck drivers’ conduct on local roads, Elgin resident Sue Downing took matters into her own hands.
Aside from the lady crashing her van on account of the spider, the most exciting thing to ever happen on the corner of 3rd and Hwy 82 is the giant hole.
Renting space in an iconic County-owned property to a controversial, foreign owned, for-profit entity raises several questions. We tried to get answers from County officials.
To our generous readers who donated to the PRT during our recent fundraising campaign, we thank you!
In some way Christmas brings out the anxiety in us all. For kids it’s, “Will it ever come?” and for us adults it’s “Will it ever stop?”
Whenever there’s some “secret plot” which we’re advised to fear, it’s both fun and traditional to blame it on The Jews – the world’s Eternal Boogie Men.
We get letters regarding the Food Bank; our “one-sided” coverage of the container wall controversy; and the angels of Sonoita.