Dr. Beverly of the local water advisory group has written on Prescott water usage.
Editor: Now that the Arizona Supreme court has given the green light for businesses to deny services based on their religious convictions, will the court approve of similar situations?
When our family first moved here in 1968, I considered Prescott—rightly or wrongly—to be a town.
We dare not contemplate what the Washington Republicans would say if Donald Trump were to actually shoot someone in the middle of Fifth Avenue.
The explosive release of a federal whistleblower complaint alleging that President Donald Trump abused the power of his office, and that “unidentified White House officials” then attempted to cover it up, is sending shockwaves throughout Washington.
It is the habit of many to throw around the boogeyman of the Second Amendment as a coverall for the unlimited purchase and use of guns.
I want to thank the editor for publishing letters that express the truth that most of us who disapprove of Trump do not hate him.
I read with interest an article about how an attorney for the state asked a federal judge to uphold a law that challengers say is designed to make it more difficult for people to propose their own laws.
Editor: I did not receive the recent survey about the need for a YMCA in Prescott Valley, so I am voicing my support here along with what I believe are the top reasons.
Editor:Went to the Town Hall meeting Sept. 10 at the Adult Center to learn about the proposed water policy.
I started following the stories about the proposed widening of Highway 69, roughly between Frontier Village and Prescott Lakes Parkway, as they were printed in The Daily Courier.
The Courier has recently printed letters on the issue of children being separated from their parents.
Climate change is real and has been since the beginning of time. Climate hysteria is also real as evidence by the letter from Patrick Grady.
Goodyear on Monday, Sept. 23, joined two other cities in Arizona acting on vaping. Tempe and Cottonwood are also working to protect our youth.
Editorial cartoon (1): September 25, 2019