The Courier's editorial cartoon for October 24, 2016.
We have heard the gamut of comments concerning roundabouts … from trucks and RVs having difficulties negotiating them and accidents “still” happening to economic impacts and slower traffic.
“Donald Trump campaign contractors confess election fraud!”
Hopefully by now everyone has taken a deep breath and grabbed hold of themselves regarding the 2005 locker room banter revealed involving Donald Trump.
Whatever else we might learn from this tumultuous political year, this has been a year in which major media organizations — principally TV news — have become wanton purveyors of bias, distortions, and falsehoods.
Editorial cartoon: Oct. 23, 2016
It’s October. Halloween is drawing nigh.
We received three phone calls from concerned parents Friday afternoon.
Thanks for the article about the county Board of Supervisors and the Planning and Zoning Commission having a discussion on the tiny home trend.
I would like to respond to recent criticisms as well as strengths of Senator McCain.
Got something on your mind? Tell us about it in 40 words or less.
Welcome to Prescott Mr. Lamar! I believe you and your family will find our town to be a very beautiful, incredible place to live.
Editorial cartoon: Oct. 22, 2016
A trail leading to the ridge overlooking the site of the Granite Mountain Hotshots tragedy in Yarnell is nearing completion.
Trump had his best debate in Nevada. Instead of 90 minutes of him denying his alleged minor sexual aggressions, some actual issues were discussed – the Supreme Court, the economy, trade, terrorism, immigration, guns and abortion.
Mr. Williams forgot to add a word to his column: integrity. A man of integrity.
Our community continues to organize around the crisis in our traditional District public schools.
Recently I sent a letter to the editor complaining about the animal abuse that is so prevalent in Arizona, and mentioned the people who walk their dogs on hot pavement.
Editorial cartoon published in The Daily Courier Friday, Oct. 21.
This election season no longer rests on party loyalty or affiliation.
Just about everybody thinks that art has power to nourish the soul.
Did you know that there is a huge difference between our local candidates for AZ House of Representatives in the upcoming election?
One of Donald Trump’s campaign promises has been that he will bring the jobs back home to America that have been outsourced overseas.
When moving to a rural desert region from anywhere that has an abundance of water is always a huge adjustment, one that some new residents never achieve.
Editorial cartoon: Oct. 20, 2016
- DPS: 4 hurt seriously when truck strikes 23 cars on I-17
- Obituary: Alexander James Knapp
- DPS: 4 hurt seriously when cattle hauler strikes 23 cars on I-17
- Hotshots memorial trail nearly complete; path expected to be open Nov. 29
- Search warrant leads to drug, weapons arrest: Heroin confiscated in homicide case
- Anti-pot effort gets $1M from state’s richest man
- Photo: Rollover hits house in Prescott Valley
- Domestic fight allegedly leads to self-inflicted gunshot wound by Prescott man
- Arizona highway clouded by smoke, causing numerous accidents
- Public gets peek at Phippen-area roundabout plans
- Prescott man accused of killing wife, unborn child
- Two Prescott Valley men arrested in burglary of Prescott taxidermy shop
- Trump to rally in Prescott Valley Oct. 4
- Prescott Valley Trump rally street closures (map)
- Trump whips Prescott Valley crowd into a frenzy
- 3 stabbed in Friday fight in Chino Valley
- MSNBC reporter raises ire of Yavapai County residents: But was she right?
- Woman dies of gunshot wound in Prescott
- Ready or not, here he comes: Trump in Prescott Valley today; tickets are gone
- Obituary: Ramon Alfonzo Mancha