The list of “husbandly duties” became a bit longer recently as my wife, in a panic, called to alert me at work she had found the suspected rodent in our house. Our first mouse.
I’m on the fence about this, if you want the truth. You see, more school districts are banning childhood games that were staples when I was growing up in the 1970s.
Editor: Much of what we see, hear or read is not true or accurate. But how are we to know what to believe?
Editor: Prescott residents welcome all to our wonderful place. We share our culture yet are protective of it. Prescott has an easy pace. You see it in the “howdy” to strangers at a store checkout. We take time to enjoy life easy. We leave early so we don’t have to rush to wherever we are headed. We take a passive approach to a comfortable life.
Because Prescott Valley’s population continues to grow at record pace, it makes sense for Major Kell Palguta to push for an additional post office, or even a bigger building in a new location.
Headline in the Sept. 17, 1871 Dodge City Times: “U.S. Marshal Matt Dillon Resigns in a Huff!”
A recent letter to the editor of The Daily Courier (Oct. 11) doubted the severity of our current climate change. It is easy to imagine that a warming of 2 degrees F will be bearable. But as a student of consequent sea-level change, I would like to present that as an example of climate-change severity. There are no doubters about this.
Editor: “Scramble Intersection” was anything more aptly named. An extended test period will not change the desired results.
Editor: The is a book I recommend that the city council read. It is called, “13 Ways to Kill Your Community.” From what I see, we have the first five reasons pretty much covered.
The Town of Dewey-Humboldt is going to have a vote on whether to enact a franchise agreement with APS. The reasoning is that Dewey-Humboldt is the only town in Arizona without one and the town needs the money.
Do you know anyone who takes Synthroid, Crestor, Lyrica or Januvia for fun? Neither do I. Medicine is for health care purposes, strictly dosed and prescribed. When people start thinking of medicine as “recreational,” you get the opioid crisis. What if OxyContin or fentanyl or other opioids were made legal for “recreation?”
Gov. Ducey won’t criticize the rates being charged by Arizona Public Service (APS), the state’s largest electric company, knowing that 8% of its residential customers could not pay their bills this past summer and that they are reportedly paying more than the 2017 rate increase allows.
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Whether you’re Republican, Democrat, Independent, Libertarian or a Green party member, 2020 is shaping up to be an important year.