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Editorial cartoon: Dec. 10, 2016

Editorial cartoon: Dec. 10, 2016

Editorial: Caution on the rapid growth

Affordable rentals are sorely lacking in most of Yavapai County. It’s good news that a development company is going to try for a tax-credit application to offer workforce rentals at $450 to $600 a month.

Letter: Jim & Doris Robak

Your article on Jim and Doris Robak was excellent but there is so much more to tell.

Letter: A grand success

American Lutheran Church was once again blessed to bring to our community the experience of a Walk Through Bethlehem this November 30 to December 3.

Column: In defense of Ben Carson’s appointment to HUD

How do we know Dr. Ben Carson is unqualified to be Secretary of Housing and Urban Development?

Letter: More than 20

This is in response to Carolyn A. Smith’s letter on Dec. 5, “that there probably weren’t 20 people in Prescott who would have cheerfully bailed out a total stranger.”

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Editorial cartoon: Dec. 9, 2016

Editorial cartoon: Dec. 9, 2016

Letter: Public lands

As an avid hiker, I’ve been thrilled over the last year to read about President’s actions to protect our public lands.

Letter: Voting

Jerry Jackson article, Dec. 6: Thank you for the schooling on the workings of the Electoral College.

Editorial: Dime a gallon? Too much, too fast

Apparently someone in Arizona has been asleep since the 1990s.

COMING HOME: Welcome to Christmas Season 2016

This is the Christmas that my husband and I planned to have to ourselves.

Letter: Prescott Police Department thanks

I would like to extend a huge thank you to our Prescott Police Department for supporting Agape House of Prescott in the month of November.

Column: Trump right to worry about AT&T, time Warner merger

On Wednesday, the Senate Judiciary committee held a significant hearing on the proposed $84 billion merger between AT&T and Time Warner, which owns CNN.

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Editorial cartoon: Dec. 8, 2016

Editorial cartoon: Dec. 8, 2016

Editorial: A glimpse of what it’ll be like

Congress rushed through a spending bill this week, which is rare in itself.

Column: Ohio State slasher prompts major refugee questions

Abdul Razak Ali Artan’s exact immigration status and his history continue to unfold publicly.

Letter: 3 boat analogy

Title: I sent you three boats! Everyone knows the story about the man sitting on his roof as the flood waters were rising around him and he prayed to God to rescue him.

Letter: Political rhetoric

Trotting out the same ol’ vitriol...the Democrat Left Wing, still using the playbook that has done soooo well for them these past four major elections, may want to re-evaluate how most Americans view the world today.

Letter: Wildlife concern

I just read with alarm the editorial by Major Oberg on developing the “Biomass Industry.”

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Editorial cartoon: Dec. 7, 2016

Editorial cartoon: Dec. 7, 2016

Editorial: A day to remember

It was a Boy Scout outing in 1941, two projects in one. First, we would hike nine miles to Round Top Mountain from our central Pennsylvania community.

Column: Pearl Harbor: The 75th anniversary

When I was a preschooler, I lived across the road from Rufus Foster.

Letter: Kudos to performers

Audience members might have believed they were in Lincoln Center, New York, based on the level of excellence displayed in Sunday’s performance of Handel’s “The Messiah” at Yavapai College.

Letter: Column on life lessons

With this letter I am responding to a column on the Opinion Page of the Nov. 27th Courier titled, “Significant life lessons,” where the author asks for readers of his column to share some of their “life lessons.”

Letter: Electoral College

Unlike other British colonies, the 13 American colonies were from the start semiautonomous.