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Letter: Find a better way

This is in response to a letter from John O. Gieske. He states that it is time for the trucking industry to pay their share for the road damage by increasing the price of diesel fuel. He better go back and rethink this.

Letter: Well-run facility

I had Compartment Syndrome Surgery in my left thigh on Dec. 22nd and Dec. 24, 2017.

Letter: Support Basic Medicare

The Daily Courier recently published Congressman Gosar’s article entitled “Why I support Medicare Advantage.” Congressman Gosar stated, “Under Medicare Advantage there are thousands of health plans nationwide charging $0 premiums.”

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Editorial: Are you seeing red yet?

You will likely be seeing red today. Around school buildings, in the crosswalks, and particularly inside the schools themselves.

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Editorial cartoon (1): April 18, 2018

Editorial cartoon (1): April 18, 2018

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Editorial cartoon (2): April 18, 2018

Editorial cartoon (2): April 18, 2018

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Cantlon: Syria, yes, but consult Congress

Trump’s bombing of Syria was good, but how he used the military in this case was bad.

Letter: A Constitutional Republic

I wish to thank Mr. William Gauslow for his insightful letter, “War of a Different Kind” (March 29), revealing that the Russians had attempted to attack “our democracy” by trying to elect “the least qualified presidential candidate” in our history.

Letter: Border wall too costly

Why are the Trumpians and the rest of the Republicans so excited about President Trump’s continued push to build his wall?

Letter: White Cane Days

Members of the Prescott Evening Lions club annually conduct a “White Cane Days” fundraiser to support local vision and sight-related needs.

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Editorial cartoon 2: April 17, 2018

This editorial cartoon was published in The Daily Courier Tuesday, April 17, 2018.

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Editorial cartoon 1: April 17, 2018

This editorial cartoon was published in The Daily Courier Tuesday, April 17, 2018.

Talk of the town: Speed is the new normal

What has happened to our respect for the posted speed limit signs?

Reagan: Getting Assad’s attention, Reagan style

To strike Syria or not to strike Syria.

Letter: Sensitive to tobacco smoke

In response to lovely recent Courier article, I do not have asthma.

Letter: Control your animals

I am an animal lover, particularly dogs, and am very happy to see residents and visitors taking advantage of Prescott’s wonderful trails and city streets with their dogs.

Letter: More on the NRA

I try to ignore those who obviously know nothing about the NRA yet accuse us of everything heinous, including the Holocaust.

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Bergner: Teachers working a second job is common, unfortunately

Column: Raising Prescott

On Page 3A in today’s Courier, we published a story about teachers struggling with second jobs due to their financial circumstances.

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Editorial cartoon 1: April 16, 2018

This editorial cartoon was published in The Daily Courier Monday, April 16, 2018.

Polman: The GOP’s ‘Hollow Men,’ spineless in the face of crisis

Whenever I ponder the despicable impotence of the congressional Republicans - especially now, as we lurch toward a national crisis long in the making - I am reminded of a famous poem by T. S. Eliot: We are the hollow men

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Editorial cartoon 2: April 16, 2018

This editorial cartoon was published in The Daily Courier Monday, April 16, 2018.

Letter: Guns and mental health

Do you really know when someone is going to “snap”?

Letter: Saving our water

Thanks for the Talk of the Town article on saving our water, but it came a couple of days late for April Fools.

Letter: The proposed Winfield project

The Winfield 100-unit apartment project is not required to be approved by the City Council, nor is it deemed necessary to approach Yavapai Hills neighbors about the future construction.

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Editorial: Give ‘Dreamers’ path to citizenship

Earlier this month, Trump administration officials said they are crafting a legislative package aimed at closing immigration “loopholes.”