Editorial cartoon: July 24, 2016
Signs, elections, signage, campaign signs.
Travel back with me to 1968. That was the year – summer really – when our family first arrived in Prescott.
When a columnist writes a piece entitled, “How to select a candidate who tells the truth,” one would think that columnist would keep their own politics from the column!
The county supervisors need to know how much we appreciate their support of our Yavapai County Free Library District.
On Saturday, July 16, my wife was driving home around 7:30 p.m. on Highway 169.
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Editorial cartoon 1: July 23, 2016
Drones have been used for years by the military, and the stateside versions are making strides while, at the same time, leaving some officials hot under the collar.
Editorial cartoon 2: July 23, 2016
There are quite a few media commentators and reporters bemoaning the fact that the announcement of Indiana Governor and former Senator Mike Pence as Donald Trump’s Vice Presidential candidate centered on Trump.
Editorial cartoon: July 22, 2016
The recent resignation of the executive director of the Yavapai Humane Society has generated many emotions across the county.
Never in my 93 years have I seen such anger – hate and killings as we have today.
Whether it is police brutality directed at a young, black man whose only crime is not being white or the senseless killing of law enforcement officers who serves the public and secure our safety, the tide of fear and anger threatens all of us.
Libraries and children; a symbiotic relationship that creates a love of learning, provides foundations for the path to adulthood, and in the process strengthens a community.
Editorial cartoon published in The Daily Courier Thursday, July 21.
Being a female, I naturally tend to support women’s rights.
No matter who or how many people try to deny it, the world is currently engaged in a war on terrorism.
Following is an email I sent to CableOne: I truly hate the new digital boxes.
President Obama has tried to blame the Orlando, Florida, tragedy on the Second Amendment in order to demand more gun control.
I hear people repeating the mantra that the presidential election is a “disaster” because there is no difference between candidates, both being equally bad.
National conventions have been part of the two-party system in the United States since Republicans held their first in 1856. (The country’s first convention was in 1831 held by the Anti-Masonic Party.)
Editorial cartoon published in The Daily Courier Tuesday, July 20, 2016.
A friend recently shared a story with me about Brexit—Great Britian’s referendum as to whether it should exit from the European Union.