With Thanksgiving just eight days away, I’m looking forward to the holiday season starting in earnest in the Quad Cities.
World Series 2023 had the lowest television ratings in history. There’s no need to belabor the whys and wherefores.
Regarding the potential widening of Highway 89, including an approximate one-mile segment called the “Narrows,” rather than “disturbing disregard” for safety, community members are creating an informed, reasonable dialogue and putting safety first by researching, discussing and sharing alternatives to the widening.
Debates over free speech have deeply immersed themselves into the fabric of our culture over the past few years. Wild and sharp finger-pointing has gone in both directions.
One of the unexpected joys of living in our Mayberry-in-the-Pines is the Prescott Farmers Market.
It’s time to acknowledge that investments made based on ESG considerations – environmental policy, social justice concerns, and corporate governance issues – did not kick off the boom many Wall Streeters predicted it would. It probably never will.
On Saturday, Nov. 11, the community will come together to salute our veterans — current and former servicemen and women. The Veterans Day Parade will step off at 11 a.m. in downtown Prescott, after a 10:30 ceremony.
This week, we reported that the Northern Arizona VA Health Care System had signed an intergovernmental agreement with the City of Prescott to provide water service to the Fort Whipple Housing project on leased property at the Prescott VA campus.
I am sure you’ve seen the Courier stories about scams and fraud warnings. A look at Courier archives shows an average of two stories per month over the past two years.
Former vice president Mike Pence was the first domino to fall, drawing increased focus and pressure on the remaining single-digit candidates for the Republican presidential nomination to confront the harsh reality that victory will not be theirs.
Hopefully, the rugged beard I’ve been sporting will motivate at least one of my fellow men to take better care of his health this November.
Earlier this year, the Prescott City Council went through the process of hiring a city manager. Last week, Mayor Phil Goode called for an executive session to review the city manager’s employment.
For the past two years, I’ve had the privilege of talking to a group of Ms. Haynes’ eighth-graders at Northpoint Expeditionary Learning Academy about senior and assisted living in this community, sharing a few stories about what it is and why some people end up living there.
A little surprise cropped up this week on the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting agenda — No. 3 on the Consent Agenda...