It didn’t matter what the findings of the Breonna Taylor grand jury were going to be. Black Lives Matter and their sympathizers were well-prepared to riot recently in Louisville and other cities, like New York and Washington.
My son Gideon has now finished both his ACT and SAT college entrance exams (scoring at an impressive percentile somewhere between “It’s …it’s…go ask my wife” and “Never you MIND what his father’s score was”), but I wonder if the tests will still be relevant when HIS hypothetical kids reach college age.
Courier Columnist Tom Cantlon has done it again. Stop with the conservatism bashing and just state your position. Liberals are Democrats and conservatives are Republican, so let’s be clear.
I would like to submit a correction to the article of Sept. 13 regarding the events of Sept. 11 downtown. I witnessed the events in the afternoon. The whole downtown courthouse area was taped off, which prevented the 9/11 memorial service to take place on the steps.
In case you feared that the looming Supreme Court fight would distract everyone from Donald Trump’s culpability in the deaths of 200,000 Americans, fear not. Trump can’t resist making a fool of himself.
First, let me say how proud I am to live in Prescott, a community that will not allow the violence and destruction going on in many other areas; how proud I am that our citizens will stand in front of businesses to prevent damage ...
The Saturday, Sept. 5, story, “Downtown Prescott ‘Black Lives Matter’ rally, counter rally provokes tempers but no violence,” quoted a couple ...
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It was never really a matter of whether Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) was going to fall into line and support President Donald Trump’s Banana Republican power grab for the Supreme Court.
The proposed Stringfield Ranch annexation is providing a crystal-ball look into the future, one that has results I think few desire.
Two years ago, Arizona Eco Development’s proposed Granite Dells subdivision awakened a sleeping giant — the public — caught off guard by an unbelievably disastrous proposal. From widespread community concern arose our grassroots volunteer group, Save the Dells.
When I read that the Arizona State Health Department is asking citizens to spy and snitch on Arizona businesses and report any violations they see with regard to the state health guidelines for COVID, I am alarmed because I know the freedom of Americans is at stake.
As COVID continues to plague our nation, I am utterly disappointed by the responses of Prescott Valley Mayor Kell Palguta. Since the beginning of this pandemic he has refused to instill proper safety precautions on our community, which, as much as I love our community, seems to be sprawling with people refusing to take this virus seriously just the same.