The Friday Catchall: • APARTMENTS – Residents of a local subdivision went before the Prescott City Council this week, urging the city not to approve too many apartment complexes.
When the Prescott city government first announced it would be selling the old City Hall property, I started talking about the building as a historic site.
Scanning this past Wednesday’s newspaper I came across an obituary for Robert “Bobby” Brown, old memories came to mind as I lost my dad not long ago.
The bipartisan budget that was passed during the 2022 Arizona legislative session included multiple spending priorities recommended and supported by the Arizona Judicial Council (AJC), the policy-making body that oversees the judicial system in our state.
Globalization has its benefits but, after COVID, it might be time to consider just how much of America’s economic activity we want to continue to share with other countries.
Aaron Valdez’s column “Student loan forgiveness” will undoubtedly attract plenty of comments.
We’re certainly seeing more high-profile men behaving badly in professional sports franchises lately than we used to, particularly owners.
With the “fall back” clock change coming soon, one thing makes me especially grumpy and confused.
The “Inflation Reduction Act” was quickly renamed “The Climate Bill” the day after it was signed.
In the Wednesday, Sept. 21 Courier, News Editor Aaron Valdez wrote in a column how he was glad that President Joe Biden was forgiving $10,000 to $20,000 in student loan debt per student.
I received tons of comments, mostly rants, about my column on student loan forgiveness, which published last Wednesday. I appreciate the feedback, whether it’s positive or negative, ...
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Every one of us has the right to defend our reputations against attack. Over the past few years, I’ve seen reputations destroyed by people with agendas.