For those who are criticizing and those who are being criticized, I wanted you to all know that our community is losing yet another tremendous person and leader.
As a retiree who loves the great outdoors and now has more time to visit our beautiful public lands, I am much more aware of the need and duty for all of us to protect and preserve these irreplaceable areas for current and future generations.
The Daily Courier’s April 11 story, “Prescott strategizes to secure COVID-related federal funds for variety of city projects,” illustrates the need for transparency and public involvement in spending these funds.
Tree huggers, are you contemplating a Zoom meeting with Mr. Elm instead?
Mr. Bray makes some rather extreme observations concerning HR1, recently passed by the House.
I recently moved to Arizona for school after living on the East Coast for most of my life.
As of today, Yavapai County has distributed more than 131,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, and more than 54,000 residents are now fully vaccinated.
Fewer Americans are attending traditional church services. Fewer are attending Catholic schools, too.
I read in the Courier about the new splash pad at Granite Creek Park that the will include 12,000 square feet of grass.
Years ago, before the advent of political correctness, my 4-year-old son and his 2-year-old sister were watching a cowboys and Indians movie on TV, when my 2-year-old asked, “What will we do if Indians come to our house?”
I am dismayed, but not surprised to see the one-sided reporting in your April 7, 2021 article on the election.
The first person I thought when I heard that Prince Philip had died was Elizabeth, a Queen in the greater world but only and always a wife to the man who’d been by her side for longer than I’ve been alive.
Mental illness is such a diverse topic, and very often goes into substance abuse and offenses leading to incarceration.
I’m writing in response to Eileen Sherill’s April 6 letter to the editor regarding the topic of whether or not it is acceptable to ask someone if they have received the COVID-19 vaccine.
Under the guise of the “This is not who we are. America is better than this” language spoken by our current president, no accommodation is too generous for Northern Triangle migrants.
A little gem came across my desk a while back … a March 28, 1997 column by the late Jim Garner, then-Courier editor. In it, he stated that the Legislature had approved a record $5.2 billion state budget that Gov. Fife Symington was poised to sign.