With five of the six schools in the Prescott Unified School District at least maintaining, if not improving, their letter grade scores from the Arizona Department of Education’s recent report, one in particular stood out among the rest.
Going into Tuesday night, if you were a swing-state progressive, it was pretty easy to be discouraged about the state of the presidential race.
Editor: I would like to reference the article in Sunday, Oct 20 edition titled, “Farmworker Health is Community Effort in Arizona Town.”
Editor: Why is the Prescott City Council “rushing” to approve a new “Water Allocation Policy”?
It may seem foolish to write a review of a production that I haven’t seen yet.
The lesson of the 2019 state elections confirmed the lesson of the 2018 congressional midterms: Donald Trump can stage all the demagogic rallies he wants, but he’s powerless to reverse the GOP’s hemorrhaging in the populous suburbs.
Editor: During the first few days of our Marine Corps training, they would play a recording of “Reveille” for wake-up (5:30 a.m.), “Assembly” for breakfast, or “Taps” (10 p.m.) for lights out.
Let’s forget for a second about whether people should have access to marijuana for medical purposes or whether the drug should be legalized. What the Arizona Department of Health Services is doing – moving on Dec. 1 to digital-only medical marijuana cards – is wrong.
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What are college athletes’ names and images worth? The answer is nothing until the college or university that they attend turns them into a “star.”
Next week, the 129th Red Kettle Campaign through the Salvation Army begins its yearly visit to store fronts across the quad-city area in effort to provide food, shelter, clothes and gifts during the holiday season.
This Mexico horror is interesting, tragic beyond belief, and proof that gun control does not work.
The article about the new diagonal crosswalk at Montezuma and Gurley mentioned the installation of an “audible signal” to help with pedestrian safety.
It is official: the Prescott Sears store is closing. I have spied the list of 96 stores – and Prescott is on it.