The final nail in Rep. Noel Campbell’s gas tax boost plan coffin may not have been hammered in yet, but a state constitutional provision is about to wield its hammer.
It is not in the cards right now for lawmakers to honor Gov. Doug Ducey’s State of the State pledge to exempting military pensions from the state’s income tax.
As you read this editorial, a bill is being held on the House floor that would finally make it tougher for drug dealers who keep selling illicit fentanyl to our young people in Arizona, but Democrats — and a few Republicans — are not stepping up to support it.
A new bill seeking to limit the number of unmarked cars that local law enforcement can use for traffic stops is causing quite the stir on social media these days.
Parking in downtown Prescott leaves a bit to be desired. There is the unenviable search for an open spot and a loss of revenue.
Kimberley Robinson, partnership specialist for the Census Bureau, stood up at the Feb. 11 Prescott City Council meeting and said the 2020 Census would be the community’s “legacy through 2030.”
As one of the more recognizable sports names in northern Arizona history, Steve Moran likely touched the lives of hundreds, if not thousands of young student-athletes through not only his teachings of the game of football, but the game of life.
Some would call it a teenage prank. We call it criminal.
The headline in the Daily Courier on Feb. 3 probably raised a few eyebrows.
It has been called a matter of common sense.
Water consultant Gary Woodard told Prescott City Council members, during a study session on Tuesday, Jan. 28, that their water budget — the amount of water they can give to developments, for example — could be improved.
With the Prescott Valley Police Department issuing an alert Monday warning residents of a scam circulating the quad-city area that has suspects posing as APS agents telling people their bills are delinquent, the Courier editorial board thought it would be a good time to remind everyone of potential scams out there.
The goal of the Prescott program “Change for the Better” is good: offer downtown visitors a way to help the homeless without giving directly to panhandlers.
Democrats are concerned about the order of candidates’ names on ballots, enough to sue over it.
These days with email, texting and social media, there are more ways than ever to communicate with others.
I don’t generally wade into sports waters too often with this column, but with the football season coming to an end, thoughts of pitchers and catchers opening camp next month aren’t far from my mind.
It is because of local deaths and the scourge of these drugs statewide that The Daily Courier launched its #StopFentanylNow series. That was 14 months ago as a community call to action.
The heartache of having to deal with the loss of a parent at such a young age is unimaginable, never mind needing to process the death of a second parent via suicide after the fact.