Earlier this month, the United States Post Office issued stamps to honor the heroic World War II service of Japanese Americans.
They called me “The Trail Blazer,” Good Buddy.
When the concept of this Raising Prescott column began several years ago in some random editor meeting along the way, my focus was largely sharing our adventures of raising children in today’s world.
Mayor Mengarelli has several conflicts of interest with his new job with the rodeo. That’s unfortunate because as far as him having the job, that’s good for him. As far as it helping the rodeo, which is an important part of Prescott culture, that’s good too. But it’s all tangled up with that other job, being mayor.
On Tuesday, June 8, I was contacted by the senior editorial staff at The Daily Courier and informed that Tom Cantlon had written an opinion piece concerning my new position with Prescott Frontier Days (PFD). “In the name of fairness,” the Courier offered me an opportunity to write a counterpoint piece.
So just how desperate are some Republicans to deny the reality of the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol?
PROP 400 — One thing that has popped up lately related to the Arizona Eco Development annexation and development proposal in the Granite Dells is the comment period.
As Father’s Day approaches, and as my last column in this newspaper before I change careers, I’d like to share one of my favorite poems by Dee Groberg.
Prescott’s water policy has a fundamental influence on the future character of our area. Do we want tens of thousands of new homes? Do we have enough water?
Down on the Southwest border, business is booming – criminal business, that is.
“It’s like having gasoline out there,” said Brian Steinhardt, forest fire zone manager for Prescott and Coconino national forests in Arizona, in a recent AP story about the increasingly fire-prone West.
Joe Biden is taking his first trip overseas as president.
Try to hit a golf ball. Go ahead. It’s just sitting there, on its little tee, smiling at you. It looks easy. It’s not.
The agreement about the development of the Dells is finally out, and, oh, are there issues.
In my time living in Williamson Valley and the Prescott area (since 1996), I’ve heard about only one rattlesnake observed near my house.
My new supervisor anticipates being a first-time father in a few months. I hope he doesn’t become one of THOSE fathers.