Letters to the Saddlebag Notes

After reviewing a long-standing policy prohibiting Letters to the Editor, the Saddlebag Notes staff has decided to create a space for resident commentary both in print and on the website. Due … Read more

Most of us don’t like speed bumps, but many of us like to go too fast. There is a way to eliminate the need for more speed humps which disrupt a smooth drive, potentially damage vehicles, and … Read more

SaddleBrooke has a brand-new public forum for opinions, discussions, and observations. For the first time SaddleBrooke residents can submit Letters to the Editor potentially for publication mo… Read more

Letters to the Arizona Daily Star

I'm not sure how the gentleman from Oro Valley can follow Jesus and support Trump's policies at the same time. Trying to do that would make my head explode. What ever happened to feed the hung… Read more

In today’s paper: how businesses trying to figure out what will make people feel safe so they will come out and go shop or spend money. I was at Walmart getting groceries a few days ago and pe… Read more

The United states has approximately 5% of the world's population. Yet, we have about 33% of all confirmed cases and approximately 25% of all deaths. Part of this is probably due to the fact th… Read more

Although I have little interest in the Rosemont Mine, I can't help but note that you always show it from a bird's eye view, which is also the ugliest angle possible. Wouldn't it be more approp… Read more

We asked the top scientists in our country to develop scientific and practical guidelines for how and when we can safely re-open our country with the minimum loss of life. These infectious dis… Read more

Trump has been President for 3+ years now, and he's still blaming Obama for "a bare cupboard" of medical supplies to combat the pandemic. That's highly debatable, but even if it were true, cou… Read more