Being outdoorsy kind of people, my wife and I decided the best way to celebrate Mother’s Day this past weekend would be to go for a hike in the beautiful Prescott National Forest.
“You wanna borrow, you gotta pay the man.” Rocky Balboa was right, even way back in Rocky I.
It took Save the Dells five years and the enthusiastic support of thousands of Prescott voters to make the preservation of 474 acres in the Granite Dells a grand reality.
After all these years, my dad inspires me still.
It’s shocking that someone within the Supreme Court enclave would take the extraordinary step to leak the draft opinion that kills Roe v. Wade and propels women back to the coat-hanger era.
Ten years ago today, May 8, 2012, I received word that fire was gripping Whiskey Row.
When I think of all the aunts, mothers, and grandmothers in my life, most of them had a signature dish or a meal they made that was a family favorite, held in such high esteem you were afraid to try to make it on your own because you knew your version of “Grandma Cec’s Lemon Meringue Pie” or “Aunt Edna’s Swedish Meatballs” would pale in comparison.
In the hours after the bombshell leak of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito's draft opinion toppling Roe v. Wade, I awaited the torrent of Republican-authored press releases vowing to provide every resource the federal government could muster to support the millions of new families they were going to usher into existence.
Another wildland fire, more lessons learned. Let’s count the ways:
Most Arizonans can remember a time when there was a defined wildfire season, which usually peaked during the summer.
The return to normal from the COVID pandemic in the Quad Cities continued this past weekend, and it was great to see two favorite events make their return after cancellations the past two years due to the pandemic.
For almost a quarter century, residents of the Prescott region have heard that the groundwater supply for the Prescott Active Management Area (PrAMA) is dwindling.
Unlike so many people with Twitter and Facebook accounts these days, I am not a constitutional scholar. I did go to law school, passed the Bar on my first try and have been practicing law since 1987.
Just last week, Prescott City Council approved a new water policy, one that is designed to help us properly manage this precious resource.
Between August 1 and August 5, 1945, the Washington Senators played five consecutive double headers.
Note – Tim is out of the office this week; he left us with this column from May 2017.
I love Wikipedia. I donated thousands of dollars to the Wikimedia Foundation.
This summer marks 40 years since I graduated from high school. Time certainly does fly … at warp speed.