In this space last week, I wrote about the importance of really listening to what black and brown Americans are trying to tell us as they've taken to the streets - propelled by generations of anger and sadness - to call for the same treatment and access to opportunity white Americans take for granted.
Fire restrictions are now in effect for all areas locally. But some people still are confused.
Mayor Greg Mengarelli’s statement on June 2 addressing the killing of George Floyd rings hollow, and is in need of some clarification.
I’m extremely disappointed as to how you all agreed that wearing masks was unnecessary. According to our local newspaper, Mayor Greg Mengarelli said: “The CDC made that suggestion (for masks).
All eyes were on downtown Prescott for a few hours Tuesday evening as hundreds of protesters marched at the courthouse plaza to voice their displeasure in the killing of an unarmed black man who died in police custody last week in Minnesota.
Prescott is still in the 18th year of a serious drought leading to the daily depletion of our only source of water, the Little Chino Aquifer.
All of America’s health experts are warning us it is way too soon to reopen everything, but we are doing it anyway. Truth be told, it is no longer possible to keep us closed because of COVID-19. Here in Arizona, even if Gov. Doug Ducey had ordered another two-week extension, it would not have happened.
The New York Times made a quiet disclosure recently that speaks loudly about the state of news media today
Thanks to Alex Piacenza and Tom Cantlon for their opinion pieces on why we should be wearing masks. It makes sense, right?
I previously submitted the following questions to Senators Kyrsten Sinema and Martha McSally and Congressman Paul Gosar and received no answers...
Memory can be a real challenge. I had a really powerful title for today’s sermon, but for some reason, it now eludes me.
As we continue to approach the start of the gorgeous summer season here in Prescott, it continues to impress me watching our citizens and local businesses navigate through the uncertain times of the COVID-19 pandemic.