I am very disappointed that the Board of Supervisors would even consider adopting this gun sanctuary declaration.
The public evidence makes it clear that Trump conspired with Giuliani, Parnas and others for months to extort a smear campaign against the Bidens.
The typical monthly budget that people fall into, with a big car payment, a big cable bill, extra expenses if you live in the city or within an HOA, doesn’t have to be the norm.
The headline in the Daily Courier on Feb. 3 probably raised a few eyebrows.
In her letter, Mavis Brauer contends that the movement to make Yavapai a sanctuary county is “divisive” and therefore should be abandoned.
As noted, the typical monthly budget, with a big car payment and all, doesn't have to be the norm.
Talk to my wife, family, or anyone who works with me, for that matter, and they’ll tell you that I’ve been contemplating a return to the “dumb phone” for quite some time.
The City of Prescott is considering a controversial proposal to provide municipal water and sewer to areas outside the city without annexation.
People make decisions daily that reflect on their integrity.
As we celebrated the groundbreaking on the new passenger terminal at Prescott Regional Airport (PRC) in early January, there was much discussion about the growth and development in our community.
Carla Lois’ recent letter talked about saving the Dells and the annexation of land owned by Arizona Eco Development (AED) into the City of Prescott. Her letter missed a number of key points.
It has been called a matter of common sense.
I think most of us are aware that who we are today and who we will become tomorrow is related to who we were yesterday and all the rest of those yesterdays.
Developers, City Council members and silk-suit water analysts are quite clever when trying to extract the taxpayers’ precious water supply.
The Board of Supervisors will vote on Wednesday to declare Yavapai County a Second Amendment Sanctuary County.