There’s a virus threatening the health of America, all right. But it’s not new, not from a foreign country and it’s not the coronavirus.
I’ve been reading Erik Larson’s new book, “The Splendid and the Vile,” which chronicles the first year of Winston Churchill’s wartime stint as prime minister.
While you are looking for toilet paper in the Quad Cities (there isn’t any), some common sense measures are kicking in (or, apparently not).
• UNLUCKY — Friday the 13th’s typical “un-luck” hit the sports world a day or two early, with postponements Wednesday and Thursday of the NBA, NBA G League and NHL seasons, as well as the qualifying games for the 2021 World Baseball Classic, and cancellations of the NCAA basketball tournament, MLB spring training games and college hockey’s Frozen Four.
Voters may get a third chance in November to approve Arizona gubernatorial candidates choosing a running mate, who would serve as lieutenant governor.
Recently, while I was in Prescott to deliver my 2020 State of the State Address, I told the audience: “there are needs outside the great state of Maricopa.” And we mean it.
Someone asked me the other day: “If your kids play high school sports, would you coach them?”
You’ve probably never heard of Erica Newland. And if she had her druthers, it’s a safe bet that she would have preferred it stayed that way.
I’m relatively new to the Prescott area, so I’m still learning about the region’s past.
Recently, one of the premier business innovators of the 20th century, Jack Welch, passed away.
When it comes to doing “the people’s business,” state lawmakers appear to have the best of intentions but the macro view of the situation appears lacking.
Often seen at concerts, ball games or the race track, decibel meters may soon be a requirement for local police to carry when wanting to issue a citation for disturbing the peace.
On occasion, throughout the past year, I have seen crowds around the country carrying signs likening American Police to the “Gestapo.”
With the 2020 NCAA men’s basketball tournament two weeks away, the Courier has posted a link to its annual bracket challenge online at dCourier.com for registration.
The Yavapai County Democratic Presidential Preference Election is coming up March 17, and John Lutes, chairman of the Yavapai Democrats and candidate for county supervisor, says they are pulling out all the stops to encourage a big turnout.