In response to Michael Shafer’s recent “Why Change” editorial, here’s why: Without progress there would still be slavery and women would not have the right to vote.
Parking in downtown Prescott leaves a bit to be desired. There is the unenviable search for an open spot and a loss of revenue.
Amy Klobuchar’s results in Nevada, Feb. 22, and South Carolina, Feb. 29, will likely be more modest than her surprisingly strong finishes in New Hampshire and Iowa.
Editor: On Thursday morning, Feb. 6, my husband took a terrible fall, head first, in the parking lot.
Yogi Berra has a timely warning for the fractured Democratic party. The baseball legend and accidental oracle is reputed to have said, “It gets late early out here.”
Editor: I went to see the PCA production of “The Gin Game” and thoroughly enjoyed the play.
Boy, we stepped in it, huh?!
Intersection of Williamson Valley Road and Chino Outer Loop should be a 4-way stop.
Kimberley Robinson, partnership specialist for the Census Bureau, stood up at the Feb. 11 Prescott City Council meeting and said the 2020 Census would be the community’s “legacy through 2030.”
President Trump has presided over a booming economy and stock market, and trillion-dollar tech companies are leading the way.