Jerry Jackson

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Column: Lots to consider on issue of Kirkland Mine

Now, about the brouhaha that’s been brewing.

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Column: Local writer’s thrilling novel a new look at Kennedy’s Camelot

Chris Hoy knows of what he speaks and speaks knowingly of it.

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Column: Previous column led to visit by South Koreans

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).

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Column: Saying goodbye to two of Prescott’s humanitarians

The oversized hearts of two exceptional Prescott Noon Lions ceased to function this past June on consecutive days.

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Column: An adventurous life — pawsitively

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.

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Column: New meaning for the phrase ‘give til it hurts’

Marv Betts is in the selfless business of helping to save and enhance lives through osmosis.

Column: Rethink unecessary road projects

Just a poignant plea for prioritization regarding a couple of road construction projects in the area:

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Column: Twins will celebrate 100th birthday this month

Anna Parker was born May 22, 1917, in Chicago. Emma Weiss was born on that same date, also in Chicago.

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Column: Metal dragon sculpture a gift for special woman

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.

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Column: Experience shows guardian angels are everywhere

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.

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