An editorial cartoon published in the Courier, April 20, 2019.
No, you didn’t join Charley Manson’s murderous cult. Nor did you escape Jim Jones’s cult of Kool Aid drinkers. However, if you do not use your ability to reason, combined with logic and good common sense, and blindly follow any political party while uncritically adhering to their ideology, you unknowingly have joined a political cult.
People say that Trump has the right to do whatever he wants because he’s the president.
On April 3, the Courier reported that Kenneth Wayne Thompson II had been sentenced to death for the murder in 2012 of a Prescott Valley couple.
Today is a day that, with Good Friday combined with April 19, is much more somber for me. Seems that 24 years ago today my career changed.
Relatively few teacher trainees get scholarships. No paychecks are given for classroom attendance.
It seems to me that those who know Prescott, including its history, feel that the Dells must be preserved. Shopping at various locations throughout the Prescott area, I overhear fellow shoppers talking about the Dells and how important they are to the City of Prescott.
The tragic fire that engulfed Notre Dame Cathedral compels me to write about services that we take for granted, right up until the moment we suddenly need them ourselves.
On page 8A of the Courier on March 28, 2019, we read that Republicans want to strip the word “permanent” from the Permanent Early Voting List laws (also see Senate Bill 1188).
I just paid my car registration, and I am not happy about the added $32 added for public safety. Gov. Doug Ducey, and the Republicans that control this state, want to ride on a ticket of “no new taxes” to the detriment of average working Arizonians.
Tiger Woods gave golf fans everywhere a thrill Sunday with his win in an incredible final round at the Masters.
We are watching our ability to be civilized getting hollowed out before our eyes. It is amazing how fragile it is.
I was present at a conversation recently where someone asked why so many people in Prescott hate developers. The person doing the asking is one of those who supports runaway development at all costs.
The Prescott City Council has finally done it. We have called Prescott our home for 25 years and proud to live here.