In an update to the 2020 audit being conducted by the Arizona Senate, our Phoenix correspondent sent the following:
As an old Goldwater Republican whose party has moved me to the center, I was delighted to find and read in the Courier the views of John Stossel on “Woke Language” (July 23) next to Matt LaVoire’s acknowledgement of the West’s megadrought.
Maybe croquet could improve the ratings for the 2021 Summer Olympics?
Years ago, we published an editorial, “Kneel and ‘believe in something?’ How about do the right thing.” It centered on Colin Kaepernick, who in 2016 surpassed his fame as a quarterback in the NFL when he ignited a firestorm of controversy by choosing to kneel on one knee, rather than stand, while the National Anthem was being played.
While in Santa Claus, Indiana, to cool off at Holiday World, the Tyree family took a side trip to tour the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial in nearby Lincoln City.
In 2018, the Prescott City Council appointed me to the Planning and Zoning Commission because of my extensive experience in city planning and development. Friends told me about the “Good ole Boys” culture on the council.
One late June morning, the day after Prescott came within one degree of its all-time 105°F temperature record, my 82-year-old neighbor called to me as I was watering my garden. Her swamp cooler had failed, it had been 98°F inside her house, and would I install the air conditioner she planned to buy?
Billionaire space cowboys Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson have rightfully been taking some flack for sub-orbital jaunts earlier this month that garnered plenty of headlines but little in the way of actual scientific advancement, apart from trying to normalize the idea of routine spaceflight for exceptionally rich people.
Most of us are concerned about our water resources. Here are simple steps you can take...
Whose water is it for certain, the topic of the day is water and whose is it?
I’d like to respond to an interesting letter I recently read by Dan Speights of Prescott Valley, who questioned why the inclusion of diversity, racism and discrimination is becoming a more and more relevant theme in today’s English classes.