The B-17 bomber aircraft from World War II has been in the news lately, though not in a good way. One of the rare planes crashed last week in Connecticut, and we mourn the lives lost.
Every time an immigration conflict appears on the horizon, expansionists press for one of two solutions: amnesty or broader guest worker programs.
Editor: I have to add two thoughts to recent Courier articles. First, nothing that breathes should be left alone in a car in any weather.
Editor: In response to Bozo MacGinty’s letter of Sept. 26: Mr. MacGinty is hanging on to the miniscule percentage of climate scientists who doubt that climate change is partly driven by human activity.
Beyond the weather, if two seasons exist each year in the Prescott area they are prescribed burns and roadwork.
I recently read an article whose author was convinced a certain event was inevitable. T
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Editor:Regarding the article in the Courier, “City of Tucson could lose $100M if it becomes sanctuary city.”
Editor: James Kimes’ response (Sept. 17) to Mr. Kilbourne’s letter to the editor is a perfect example of what Mr. Kilbourne was stating originally.
The Arizona Corporation Commission reviewed a drafted plan earlier this week that would block electric companies from shutting off their customer’s power if forecasted temperatures over the next five days were expected to rise above 105 degrees.
Capital Punishment (also known as the Death Penalty) is not a “crime deterrent.”
Regarding the article that appeared in the Daily Courier on September 21, titled Lawmakers.
On occasion I see comments that make me wonder: why do people live here?