We can assume that water quality is important to everyone in this area, state and literally, any area in the world. There are short- and long-term health-related issues if the wrong substances are ingested.
Recently, Texas passed the Safe Outdoor Dogs Act, which enforces humane guidelines for restraining pet canines outdoors. Unfortunately for me, the act fails to impose similar guidelines for the treatment of grouchy husbands and embarrassing dads.
I read Mr. Roy H. Smith’s piece on Winners and Losers, re: the Sundog Connector.
I write to congratulate the Humboldt Unified School District on undertaking personalized instruction.
Where would we be without our smartphones these days? I found out last week and, frankly, it made me more than a little nervous.
I hope that Rick Terry’s beautiful equestrian statue in front of City Hall will be moved to a prominent position in town, where it can be enjoyed by all.
Just wondering, if the 2020 census reports that 83% of the Prescott respondents are “white” alone, how does that make Prescott “Everybody’s Hometown”? The United States is less than 60% — at 58% white; the state of Arizona, 54%.
The grassroots movement of Save the Dells, coupled with the results of the last two Prescott City Council elections, has had a significant impact on our community and the region. Citizens of the area are encouraged that their voices do make a difference. We’ve become more engaged and more optimistic.
How to solve the need for adequate ambulance and fire service in Prescott and Prescott Valley? While city leaders are wringing their hands over how to fix this, the answer partially lies with the developers ...
In conversation this week with the White House press corps, on the eve of his one-year presidential anniversary, Joe Biden said: “One thing I haven’t been able to do so far is get my Republican friends to get in the game of making things better in this country.
As the mayor of Prescott Valley, I have no more important priority than the safety of the residents of our community.
Way back in what seems more like a decade than a couple of years ago, our adult son, Nick, was locked down in a studio apartment in Los Angeles.