East Texas is hot, and not in the way you compliment your wife when she’s mad at you for performing an epic cannonball while she’s lounging by the pool with her laptop.
I’m sure many of you are very familiar with the cliché Hollywood sports movie. The movie is almost always about a team that, for lack of a better term, sucks in the first act.
President Biden’s eagerness to welcome millions of global illegal migrants is unlimited.
Our state legislators continue to fail to protect our water in our aquifers and rivers.
The Daily Courier recently published an article, followed by an opinion column from the Republican Women of Prescott, that shed light on the challenges facing teens and the differences in adults’ opinions on how best to support their well-being and growth.
Did you vote? Seriously, mail-in ballot, early voting or at the polls? The people I have spoken with about politics since Primary Election Day, Aug. 2, say either they did vote or, no, they don’t believe in it (the system is broken).
Have you ever heard someone’s voice and, for some inexplicable reason, it’s so soothing and comforting that it makes you feel right at home? Well, that was Vin Scully’s voice for us Dodger fans, Angelenos and essentially, all baseball fans.
This is in response to the July 26 Courier article, “PUSD, Republican Women of Prescott at odds over alliance with The Launch Pad Teen Center.”
According to the National Gardening Association, the number of households growing their own vegetables, fruit and other foods has tripled since 2008.
The saga of Emmett Till has once again returned to the public sphere.
On July 8, the City of Prescott learned that recent test results found the presence of man-made chemicals called perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) in two of its water production wells located in the airport area.