Now, about the brouhaha that’s been brewing.
Chris Hoy knows of what he speaks and speaks knowingly of it.
A Courier column published four years ago was instrumental in bringing to Prescott early last month a vibrant group of young people with the Voluntary Agency Network of Korea (VANK).
The oversized hearts of two exceptional Prescott Noon Lions ceased to function this past June on consecutive days.
Just for the pure fun of it, I’d like to donate today’s allotted space to a guest column written by a very talented golden retriever named Avery.
Marv Betts is in the selfless business of helping to save and enhance lives through osmosis.
Just a poignant plea for prioritization regarding a couple of road construction projects in the area:
Anna Parker was born May 22, 1917, in Chicago. Emma Weiss was born on that same date, also in Chicago.
The arrival was a surprisal when Rick Hartner delivered the fabulously fierce but beautifully bespectacled dragon to Jean Lutz at her Prescott home last month.
There must’ve been a guardian angel on hand — naw, make that a whole passel of guardian angels — 75 years ago when Ronny de Jong, along with her mother and a younger sister, managed to survive the crushing occupation by the Japanese of their home in Java in the Dutch East Indies during World War II.