Sure, it made the rounds of the “News of the Weird” columns when a Nashville businessman left $5 million in a trust fund for his beloved border collie Lulu. But such gestures aren’t as eccentric as you might think.
If you came late to the party, long-held views that the Prescott area is in the middle of three overlapping ecosystems that have the potential for 10 months of allergies is not comforting.
We know — or think we know — why so many people stormed the U.S. Capitol. Most notably, a defeated leader pumped his Kool-Aid down their throats. But that’s not the whole story...
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In January 2015, Alex Rojas Garcia, a student at Temple University, was shot 15 times and left for dead on a cold and lonely street in Philadelphia.
I wrote last week that whether or not you have gotten a COVID-19 vaccination is a matter of personal business, protected by HIPAA or health privacy.
“Everybody’s Hometown.” That phrase has been used in letters to the editor to complain about a number of subjects.
I would like to give a huge shout out of gratitude to the nurses in the “Cath hold” division of YRMC West. I had to spend a couple of days with them and I have never seen a harder working crew in my life.
“Building an airplane while flying it” is a quip that many of us have heard used to describe processes or projects that move forward before much thought is put into how that it will actually function in the real world.
There is something unfortunate in the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) picking Yavapai County as ground zero for a new, comprehensive law enforcement and prevention initiative aimed at reducing drug use, abuse, and overdose deaths throughout Arizona involving opioids, especially fentanyl.
Get this: A study by McGill University has found that more money does not necessarily make people in low-income countries happier.
I would like to thank the City of Prescott for making its official functions accessible for those of its over 11,000 residents with hearing loss by providing live real time captioning at its council meetings as well as on its Facebook page.
Mayor Kell Palguta wants the Thin Blue Line novelty political banner to be flown and believes he has the authority to tell HOAs how to run their private business.
Nice try Tom Cantlon, but I have to believe that there was more than one reader who voiced their disgust with your recent “unifying” column regarding the abominable attack on Congress in Washington, D.C.