Mike Pence has long believed that his ascent to the vice presidency was the result of divine intervention, that it was all part of God’s plan.
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When Donald Trump became only president in our tangled history to be impeached twice, Americans found themselves asking, "What now?"
While some officials have retired in recent weeks and months, such as county supervisors Rowle Simmons and Tom Thurman as well as Sheriff Scott Mascher, three other significant departures are happening today as well.
Technology is a wondrous thing. All of us have experienced how it can do the heavy lifting to make our lives simpler, easier and more enjoyable.
In a feeble attempt to justify inflated COVID-19 deaths data, Mark Lipp (letters, Dec. 1) uses a faulty scenario. He asks that if a terminally ill cancer patient in a hospital — who is infected with COVID — is smothered with a pillow, what would be the listed cause of death?
It seems I cannot open the Courier without seeing a lecture about masks and how terrible we Prescott residents are for not wearing them about town.
The recent front-page coverage by the Courier highlighting scams in our area was excellent.
This letter is in reference to councilwomen Billie Orr’s intention to resign.
I just wrote the following message to Representative Gosar:
On Wednesday, Dec. 23, 2020, my husband was involved in a serious two-vehicle accident on Pioneer Parkway and he was flown to a trauma center in Phoenix.