The Daily Courier Logo
Trusted local news leader for Prescott area communities since 1882
4:08 AM Thu, Oct. 18th



Letter: Public school system issues

I agree with the writer who is frustrated with the erosion of the U.S. Public school system (Sept. 14, 2018). He suggests that dark money interests are attempting to demoralize teachers.

Letter: A call for dress code in public schools

The article “What Grade Did Your School Receive?” (Courier Oct. 12) caught my eye.

Letter: No Dunkin Donuts?

Regarding Peter Funt’s article on corporate names and in particular Dunkin Donuts upcoming name change to Dunkin:

Tease photo

Letters: Fight over border wall

This letter is in response to the article “Congress Heads Toward Postelection Fight Over Border Wall.”

Tease photo

Letters: Discussing energy rates

A recent column by Steve Pierce claims “California energy rates are 50 percent higher than Arizona.”

Tease photo

Letters: Time for a change

I applaud Susan Lanning’s defense of our civilized country in her Oct. 8 letter, “A Real Community.”

Tease photo

Letter: Economic hairs

Mr. Fowler’s letter “Splitting Economic Hairs” is yet another partisan version of the facts.

Tease photo

Letter: Growth and Water

As I see it regarding the water availability issue and growth.

Tease photo

Letter: Furor over Kavanaugh

When will the democrats wise up?

Letter: Gun laws

Mrs. Aagesen took me to task about my letter regarding gun laws in Sweden. I tried to find the “60 Minutes” episode on the web but as usual, can’t.

Letter: News from one station

This is a story my mom told me.

Letter: Water issues

It does indeed roll downhill. The potable water problem will continue to be an ongoing concern.

Letter: Nike

One of the Southeast Asia locations that manufacturers Nike footware is Vietnam.

Letter: Cell phones

Regarding “Banning Cell Phone use” submitted by J.J Volpe.

Tease photo

Letter: Tax bill due date

Does anyone else but me consider getting our property tax bill due October 1 on October 1 unacceptable and insulting?

Tease photo

Letter: Classical music

I’d like to respond to a column by Wil Williams regarding his rant on classical music.

Letter: More memorials?

I agree with Therese A. Sitiko regarding her opposition to the city spending $50,000 for another Hotshot memorial.

Letter: Splitting economic hairs

Courier columnist Tom Cantlon made several erroneous statements concerning the tax cuts under President Trump.

Letter: Cartoons not worth it

Regarding the cartoon by Fitzsimmons in Sunday’s paper, you have become obvious.

Letter: Distractions remain

The county’s new law against hand-held phones has one benefit: Every driver will now have both hands on the steering wheel.

Tease photo

Letter: Banning cellphone use

It is extremely difficult for me to believe that anyone would be against banning cellphone use while driving. This includes government, politicians, and individuals. It seems like a no-brainer!

Tease photo

Letter: Classic for a reason

Referring to the column by Mr. Williams on classical music, I really thought it was a joke. But as I read it I realized he was serious.

Tease photo

Letter: A real community

Okay, who’s in favor of it? Social Security? Anyone ready to give up their Social Security? I mean, anyone but very wealthy people? What about Medicare? Are those who have it, glad they do?

Tease photo

Letter: Suppressed anger on the Hill

The Kavanaugh hearing and the disrespect shown to the accusers by the “president” and the republican senators has finally burst a dam of suppressed anger that has kept many women silent for decades.

Tease photo

Letters: Kavanaugh not on trial

John, if you think it was fair what the democrats put Mr. Kavanaugh and family through, you’re wrong.