I know it is hard to believe sometimes, but our government was established on the idea that it should not operate in the shadows, but that the sun should shine on its actions.
The Daily Courier’s article (Feb. 15) on the Dells and annexation plans by Arizona Eco Development (AED) raised several interesting issues.
Public records are documents made by a government agency that are required to be kept and maintained.
We have a difficult situation — call it an ongoing conundrum: People often call to complain we did not observe a certain “day.”
Of all the nursery rhymes, silly songs and TV jingles I heard and repeated as a child, there was one I learned in my first days of school that has stuck in my memory for the many decades between then and now:
This headline in Tuesday’s Courier jumped out at me; “Lawmakers vote to allow parents dropping kids off at school to carry loaded guns.”
I'm seldom late to supper, but I am sometimes late to a topic.
ROBO THIS! — I hate robo calls. There, I said it. I imagine you don’t exactly like them either.
If you are an American college professor, the way you get a raise or tenure is by getting papers published in “academic journals.”
I’m a native Californian who grew up in the 1950s when the state was truly Golden.
Nothing short of Mingus Mountain has ever created a divide between the Verde Valley and the Prescott communities quite like the great water war of the 1990s.
Today, March 3, kicks off the Courier Cares “Lew Loves the Zoo” fundraiser. The Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary, 1403 Heritage Park Road, Prescott, is a “rescue” zoo — meaning,
A Florida math teacher recently decided to conduct an experiment, asking each student to walk up to the front of the classroom and mark on the whiteboard a tally every time they received a notification on their cellphones.
Locally and nationally, we have various political problems, we all know what they are by now, and I don’t enjoy harping on them.
Fire season is fast approaching. Although the winter and spring are on track to receive added moisture as compared to the past few years, it in no way means we can let our guard down.