The 2021 National Football League season is underway, with the Pittsburgh Steelers starting the season 1-0 after dispatching the Buffalo Bills.
From time to time we find words that mean two very different things. Take, for example, the matter of “growth.”
A big “Thank You’ to Esteban, Teresa and their band for a terrific concert Sept. 10.
In reference to “Listen to the Health Experts” of Sept. 7. Richard Slatin writes that he was at the HUSD public meeting pertaining to COVID restrictions and attended by “unruly” parents.
Times certainly have changed. Rewind 12 years or so — the Prescott area, and much of the country, was in the throes of chaos: the Great Recession was tightening public and private budgets.
Prior to his death, Los Angeles’ Sunday night talk show host Terry Anderson used to open his broadcast with a heads up to his listeners: “If you ain’t mad, you ain’t paying attention.”
The nation’s health is in severe decline. This is largely because of the losing trifecta of blunders over the past two months that began at the southern border then moved to Afghanistan, where the strategy was clearly and fatally flawed.
Why is everything these days considered “political correctness?” Time has come for changes. The “Smoki People” were not a “people,” as in Native American people.
With the seemingly endless stream of upsetting news, controversy and division in society these days, it’s been heartwarming the past few days to see that some really good charitable things are going on in the Quad Cities.
Water being recharged to the aquifer at Prescott airport should be used solely to offset some of the overdraft condition that has existed for years.
A thought on one way to mitigate development to preserve our natural beauty and conserve our precious water.
So simple, even a child could operate one.
I recently filling in hosting a local talk show, which gave me the opportunity to interview Lt. Colonel Jonathan P. Meyers, a retired Marine who’d recently written a memoir about his almost three decades in service: “American to the Corps.”