Isn’t camping out in nature great? Whistling winds, bird song, pine scent, starry nights, ignoring fire restrictions.
We all know that Prescott is a highly desirable community to live and work in.
It’s been way too long since I lit a sparkler as the sun goes down on the Fourth of July.
I recently suffered through an incident where I was attacked and severely beaten by a group of emotionally troubled young men and spent a couple of days in the Intensive Care Unit at YRMC East Campus.
Summertime in Arizona is something that all of us residents seem to dread. Not only does it get unbearably hot, but the heat can also spark an outbreak of wildfires across the state, which can cause a whole heap of problems.
On July 4, 1776, the United States of America was born. With our Declaration of Independence, our forefathers revolted against British tyranny and created the freest nation the world has ever known. But this land of liberty is under siege.
The cost of drugs in the United States is a hot topic. Courier Editor Tim Wiederaenders noted that in a recent column that caught my attention.
President Joe Biden has ordered the amount of ethanol in gasoline be increased from 10% to 15%.
In response to Nancy Scharff’s letter, “Dem has questions for GOP,” why are the Democrats flooding our communities with illegal immigrants and fentanyl?
To millions of oblivious Americans, “democracy” is just an abstraction conjured by dead men in powdered wigs, and “fascism” is just something with swastikas on the History Channel.