This is the second in a series of columns highlighting the historic icons to be found at the Palace Saloon on Whiskey Row.
You may have noticed how the governor, the Arizona attorney general, and Arizona’s lawmakers keep pushing for exemptions for the financial industry from a range of regulations, both state and federal, while, at the same time, imposing needless restrictions on local governments throughout Arizona.
People hate Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.
As I write, voters have already received in the mail your ballots to vote on whether to extend the existing Yavapai County jail district sales tax of one-quarter of one cent per dollar.
The fact that the U.S. unemployment rate is at a 17-year low does have a downside.
Column: Raising Prescott
In my line of work, it’s hard to get away from everything for a few days, much less a week.
Dear Goddaughter, You nailed it!
The Trump Haters hate on and on and on.
What a shame that the people who will profit most from the tempest that was the White House Correspondents’ Dinner are the two who deserve it least: Michelle Wolf and Donald Trump.
The heat has hit.
The annual celebration of mother-love is just a week away.
Groundwater pumping, both past and future, in Big Chino Valley threatens one of the most beautiful sections of the Verde River, from its headwaters springs east of Paulden through Perkinsville, about 24 river miles downstream.
By the time today’s preschoolers complete high school, seven of every 10 jobs will require some type of post high school education.
We all learned Thursday morning lawmakers in the Arizona Legislature approved the state budget including a lot of education funding.
Why does American journalist Abby Martin do propaganda for socialist murderers?
I’m an early riser, so I may very well watch the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on May 19, just as I watched the wedding of Harry’s parents in July of 1981.
Striking teachers need to not worry about being nice.
Get this: the average American can’t get through the day without cursing.
Spring has arrived, and many of us have turned our attention to the vast array of outdoor activities available in our community.
Why doesn’t the City of Prescott use all the money they are proposing to spend on stopping panhandling for housing for those who are homeless?
The followers of Donald Trump are many things.
How many of you remember the excitement of preparing a May Day basket for a friend or neighbor?
I am increasingly concerned about what this nation has become — and is becoming.
The debate over gun control versus gun rights has been perverted beyond belief.
The Friday Catchall: • HOMELESS 2 – I caught up with Mayor Greg Mengarelli this week to talk about “Change for the Better” and how it works with the city’s 2013 ordinance that restricts panhandling.
- Boy struck by vehicle on May 7 remains in serious condition
- Prescott Fire puts down more roadway blazes
- Arizona forest lands start closing as fire danger looms
- Arizona Eco's 3,300-home proposed development draws more public outcry
- Yavapai County Fair, 4-H break up; go separate ways
- Why some court cases drag on for years
- Prescott pushes ahead with new airport terminal plan
- Gunmaker Ruger will track and report on gun violence after shareholder vote
- Prescott to pay $20M toward pension debt
- Body found west of Forest Lakes, being called homicide case
- Brush fires threaten homes in Prescott Valley
- Update: Brush fires threaten homes in Prescott Valley
- Fire Update: Poquito Valley, Antelope Meadows under mandatory evacuation
- Man charged with 2nd degree murder after Prescott shooting
- Accident seriously injures 19-year-old man
- Viewpoint Fire destroys 2 homes, chars 2,500-plus acres
- 2 sent to hospital after head-on collision in Prescott
- Police: Child struck, seriously injured, by hit-and-run driver
- Fires threaten Prescott, PV and county
- That was donated to a thrift shop?