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Editorial cartoon: Aug. 26, 2016

Editorial cartoon: Aug. 26, 2016

Letter: Political climate

I am sure you agree the candidate races this political season both nationally and throughout the State have been anything but warm and fuzzy, relaxed, dull and boring.

Editorial: Pay attention to health care talk during election season

I think we all realize our nation’s health care system is a mess.

Letter: Columns

The juxtaposition of three articles on pages 4A and 5A of the Aug. 11 Courier was fascinating.

Column: Trump’s bathwater vs. Hillary’s

The Great Donald Trump Pivot is still very much in progress.

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Editorial cartoon: Aug. 25, 2016

Editorial cartoon: Aug. 25, 2016

Editorial: Prescott is in the ‘rehab’ limelight

National Public Radio this week released a well-done and informative look at Prescott’s struggle as a rehab haven.

Column: Olympic and other memories

While I am usually an enthusiastic observer of the political scene, I was finally ready for a break this summer, when the Olympics started.

Column: People are nuts, so listen

People are nuts. Because they are nuts, we should listen to them.

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Editorial: As roads clog, cyclists and drivers need sharpened attention

Since the early 2000s, bicycle lanes have slowly appeared across the nation.

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Editorial Cartoon Aug. 24, 2016

Editorial cartoon published in The Daily Courier Wednesday, Aug. 24.

Column: School disruption impacts Arizona’s prospects

A report from scientists at the University of Copenhagen last week found that the Greenland Shark is the oldest known living vertebrate, with several identified as more than 200 years old.

Letter: Plaza too crowded

A weekend visit to downtown Prescott became a disappointment as I walked the courthouse park area and witnessed a circus atmosphere with almost as many white tents pitched selling their products as visitors attempting to walk on the sidewalks without tripping over dog leashes.

Letter: Obama a cancer

Donald Trump defeated 16 other presidential hopefuls and became the Republican nominee at the RNC.

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Editorial Cartoon Aug. 23, 2016

Editorial cartoon published in The Daily Courier Tuesday, Aug. 23.

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Editorial: How far will Lochte fall?

Two superstar American swimmers. Two different outcomes.

Column: Media bias in Baton Rouge

The recent flooding in Baton Rouge is a study in media bias if you compare it to media coverage of Hurricane Katrina.

Letter: Vote informed

No matter political party you belong to, please vote.

Letter: Support workers

Since its earliest days the labor movement has sought to improve the quality of work life, create workplace democracy and participate in employer/employee decision-making.

Letter: Chief right

As a resident of Prescott Valley, and one who attended the grand opening in 1966, I wish to register my whole-hearted support of Chief Jarrell regarding his remarks as published in the Courier today.

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Editorial cartoon for Aug. 22, 2016

Editorial cartoon for Aug. 22, 2016

Editorial: Everything was done right in school gun incident

No guns in school. A clear, simple rule. If that rule is broken, the possessor of the gun will be – and should be — arrested.

NY Times: A discussion on the Affordable Care Act

Die-hard opponents of the 2010 health reform law, the Affordable Care Act, have often used its real and imagined problems to argue that it is fatally flawed.

Letter to the editor: Lesser of two evils

Editor: I have read so many letters to the editor and heard people trying to figure out how to vote and who would be “the lesser of two evils,” Clinton or Trump.

Letter to the editor: A lack of respect

I read recently about the Pokemon spot at the cemetery where the 19 are honored.