Donald Trump is telling us he’s a threat to democracy. We just have to listen.
The recent purchase of over 2,200 acres of prime land around Glassford Hill and the Granite Dells was a momentous occasion.
Stung by a succession of high profile polls showing President Joe Biden trailing former president Donald Trump among crucial swing state voters, the White House and its allies in Congress have scrambled to calm jittery nerves and reassure donors and establishment leaders all is well and under control.
As promised, I received from the City of Prescott its traffic counts and safety numbers for the Gail Gardner Way/Fair Street intersection, where a traffic signal has been proposed to replace the four-way stop.
December in Prescott is a special time, as we fully embrace our designation as Arizona’s “Christmas City.”
I have read several comments and suggestions published in The Daily Courier regarding the controversy of widening Highway 89 through the Granite Dells, and I would like to throw my observation into the discussion.
Recently, there has been much commentary in the news on the need for government transparency and criticism over a government entity utilizing executive sessions to conduct a portion of its business.
Each year the weekend after Thanksgiving, I sense an innate urge to risk life, limb and public humiliation by festooning the exterior of our home with several hundred C9 incandescent lights. (I’m still resisting the whole LED craze - also known as “the Devil’s bulbs.”)
Recently, I was heading home from a local coffeehouse. Along the way, at one specific intersection, there were a few men in a pickup truck with a Confederate flag. Two men were sitting in the back of the truck, and one of them proceeded to yell at me, “Do you see this flag?!”
By now, you have made it through all the cooking, the main meal event, the football games, the family, the tryptophan coma, and Black Friday (if you partake of that madness).
The latest data suggests a drop in energy prices may have tamed the inflation monster. President Joe Biden certainly hopes so, since the marks he’s getting from the American people for his handling of the economy are some of the lowest on record.
On Sunday, Nov. 19, we detailed for you a citywide (Prescott) study about speed and pending speed-limit increases in some locations. Reader “Dave” of Yavapai Hills replied ...
This week I took a turn volunteering at the Yavapai Food Bank on East Long Mesa Drive, Prescott Valley, through an agreement with our company, and the camaraderie of a group of people working for a common purpose is always a great experience.
If you listen to pollsters and politicians, or consume heavy doses of social media and cable-TV news, you might come away thinking the nation is in a collective bad mood. We’re said to be irritable, even hostile.
Most of humanity is well familiar with a flying insect of the family Culicidae. Another name for this blood-sucking pest is the mosquito.
Thought the level of civil discourse in Congress could not get any worse? Guess what, it has! It now appears America’s top legislative body has become the political equivalent of the WWE.