On Tuesday, the Prescott City Council held its annual budget workshop. If the public has questions we are supposed to call city staff. In the interest transparency, here are my questions.
What is going on at Yavapai College? They have canceled their pickleball program. I don’t understand why. Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the U.S.
A few weeks back I was talking television with some colleagues about TV back in the day, and I mentioned a few shows that I’ve grown to love through syndication, after not paying that much attention during their initial run.
In the world of comic books, Spider-Man learns that “with great power comes great responsibility,” a point that is hammered home when the young hero fails to stop a criminal who later kills his beloved uncle.
Whether or not Yavapai County School Superintendent Tim Carter really was asked for a list of questions for potential school board members or not, his recent Talk of the Town (Sunday, May 15) was refreshing and instructive.
When you dial 911 in an emergency, you rightfully expect your local fire department to show up promptly. If you live in an urban area where 911 response times typically average about five or six minutes, a rapid response is the norm.
Gas prices are extraordinarily high, as if no one has noticed.
If it isn’t one thing, it’s another.
I was asked the other day for a list of questions that I might ask a potential governing board member to determine their practical knowledge and understanding of school districts.