Columns

Tease photo

Since arriving in Prescott in 2006, I have worked as a physician and a hospital administrator to ensure that residents have access to the best possible healthcare.

By ANTHONY TORRES, Special to the Courier September 10, 2022
Tease photo

When I was a kid, I spent a week each summer at a Campfire camp in Boone, Iowa.

Tease photo

It took some time, but the Democratic Party establishment finally recognized what had become apparent to most of the political universe many months ago — If the congressional midterm elections became a referendum on the Biden administration, defeat and the loss of both houses of Congress was inevitable.

By Carl Golden, Syndicated Columnist September 9, 2022
Tease photo

The City of Prescott conducts a lot of events, and their mobile stage – for which they’ve done more than 500 events – is deteriorating.

By Tim Wiederaenders September 8, 2022
Tease photo

Starvation. Poverty. People struggling to buy medicine and fuel. Disaster happened after one government fell under the influence of the world’s environmental extremists.

By John Stossel September 8, 2022
Tease photo

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently lowered its drinking water Health Advisory Levels (HALs) for perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perflourooctane sulfonate (PFOS) to concentrations far below what can be measured.

By JOHN ZAMBRANO, Special to the Courier September 7, 2022
Tease photo

Chino Valley resident Tim Frandsen graduated from the University of Maryland in 1993 with a degree in business administration. Shortly after graduation, his college roommate suggested that he teach English in Japan.

By Wil Williams September 7, 2022
Tease photo

Last month we had a couple of guests from Spain. Call it the unofficial Part II of our exchange program.

By Jim Wright September 7, 2022
Tease photo

Question: “Your job is done, right?” Answer: “Definitely not! There is much more to do.”

By By TOM RUSING, Special to the Courier September 6, 2022
Tease photo

Mike Fogel and I first met in 2015. I’d just started a long-term substitute teacher assignment at the local high school and Mike was the librarian....

By Wil Williams September 6, 2022
Tease photo

Over the past couple of weeks, a few people have approached me as the chair of the District Governing Board for Yavapai College regarding athletics at the college.

By Deb McCasland, Special to the Courier September 5, 2022
Tease photo

Since 1912, when Arizona achieved statehood, groundwater pumping and surface water diversions have severely impacted major groundwater basins and seriously degraded five of Arizona’s major perennial rivers: Colorado, Gila, Salt, Santa Cruz, and much of the San Pedro, all sacrificed for economic development.

By GARY BEVERLY, Special to the Courier September 5, 2022
Tease photo

Midway during the Major League Baseball owners’ lockout of its players, I promised myself that I was done.

By Joe Guzzardi Syndicated Columnist September 4, 2022
Tease photo

Growing up, I never sat at a politically divided dinner table, and throughout my years most conversations I have had with those on the “other side” have been nothing too exciting, issues were discussed, and our views shared. End of story.

By Sandy Griffis September 3, 2022
Tease photo

One of the things I like most about my home is the landscaping, if you can call it that.

September 3, 2022
Tease photo

Returning to the state where he launched his candidacy — and the one that handed him the White House in 2020 — President Joe Biden on Thursday called on Americans to join him in a fight to preserve democracy and to beat back the forces of extremism.

By John L. Micek September 2, 2022
Tease photo

We live in an incomparable town.

By Tim Wiederaenders September 1, 2022
Tease photo

In recent days, the hormonal distribution in my household has become slightly more balanced as two of my three teenage daughters and several lines of credit are now off attending college.

By Jase Graves Syndicated Columnist September 1, 2022
Tease photo

The 2022 IRS budget is $12.6 billion, and for 2023 it requested $14.1 billion.

By SCOTT K. HELFINSTINE, Special to the Courier August 31, 2022
Tease photo

On his first day in office, President Biden signed an executive order to advance racial equity and to support underserved communities, an admirable goal, and one that most Americans share.

By JOE GUZZARDI, Syndicated Columnist August 31, 2022
Tease photo

Last week, we set out to show our guests from Spain, in the United States for the very first time, the beauty of the American west.

By Jim Wright August 30, 2022
Tease photo

“Half of that goes to the bank for your college fund!”

By TOM PURCELL, Syndicated Columnist August 30, 2022
Tease photo

I recently had the pleasure of checking off another adventure on my Arizona bucket list.

By Aaron Valdez August 29, 2022
Tease photo

The Democrats in Washington are doing another one of their zillion-dollar smash-and-grabs.

By Michael Reagan August 29, 2022
Tease photo

As a special House election loomed in an upstate New York swing district, conventional wisdom decreed that Democrat Pat Ryan would surely lose.

By Dick Polman August 28, 2022

Most Read
Event Calendar
Event Calendar link
Submit Event