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Letter: Future of water

During the Nov. 7 Deep Well project “study session,” the word “sustainability” was used by a Councilwoman and staff – presumably to assure the public that Prescott’s water supply would be well-managed into the future.

Letter: Deep Well ‘nonsense’

I suggest anyone interested, especially Prescott council members, who are responsible for improving traffic safety, read the final report, Central Yavapai Metropolitan Planning (CYMPO) Transportation Study dated 2006 by Lima & Associates.

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Friday Catchall: Fly our flags, honor veterans

The Friday Catchall: • FLAGS — Our Grand Old Flag, the Stars and Stripes of the USA, has not generated more controversy than whether to kneel or not, except when it was all the rage to burn it or wear it.

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Editorial cartoon (1): Nov. 10, 2017

Editorial cartoon (1): Nov. 10, 2017

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Editorial cartoon (2): Nov. 10, 2017

Editorial cartoon (2): Nov. 10, 2017

Column: Only collaboration will keep the Verde River flowing

The Verde River is one of the last remaining healthy, perennially flowing rivers left in the arid state of Arizona.

Letter: Deep debate

And so the debate goes on regarding growth and development in Prescott.

Letter: Get a grip

All week long I have been hearing American values blathered by the Democrats.

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Editorial: 'Banning the box' in Arizona is the right move

America loves redemption stories, our history is filled with them.

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Editorial cartoon (1): October 9, 2017

Editorial cartoon (1): October 9, 2017

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Editorial cartoon (2): October 9, 2017

Editorial cartoon (2): October 9, 2017

Letter: Prescott can be the City of Civility

Congratulations to the City of Prescott for its work to make Everybody’s Hometown a city known for its civility and its strong anti-bullying stance.

Letter: Keep library closed

I am a big library user, but it was disappointing to hear that the library will re-open on Sundays, at a cost of $42,643 per year. It’s fiscally irresponsible.

Column: Whatever happened to military justice?

As a Vietnam veteran, I followed the news reports about Bowe Bergdahl with great interest.

Letter: Double the rate

Editor: RE: APS rate hike affects some more than others. Thank you for trying to bring this out in the open ...

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Editorial cartoon (2): October 8, 2017

Editorial cartoon (2): October 8, 2017

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Editorial cartoon (1): October 8, 2017

Editorial cartoon (1): October 8, 2017

Column: Why children lie and how today’s parents deal with it

'Raising Prescott'

With their mom in Phoenix, the kids were able to enjoy some father time Sunday — that was until a small lie interrupted our fun.

Letter: PV bottleneck

Talk about a bottleneck at 89A intersection? What about thousands of new arrivals in Prescott Valley and still only two postal employees behind the counter at the post office!

Column: Another mass shooting, more ‘thoughts and prayers’

“Reports out of Texas are devastating. The people of Sutherland Springs need our prayers right now,”

Letter: Help seniors

I found Nanci Hutson’s article (Nov. 2) supporting mental health agencies and facilities interesting and informative.

Letter: Fashionable help

On Oct. 28, the AIRES Fall Fantasy Fashion Show was held at the Yavapai Indian Tribe Gathering Center.

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Editorial Cartoon (2) Nov. 7, 2017

Editorial cartoon published in The Daily Courier Tuesday, Nov. 7.

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Editorial Cartoon (1) Nov. 7, 2017

Editorial cartoon published in The Daily Courier Tuesday, Nov. 7.

Talk of the Town: The voodoo they do so well

It's staggering, isn’t it? More than 10,000 new homes proposed at Deep Well Ranch and thousands more cumulatively at other new developments such as AZ Eco and Walden Ranch.