Yes, the AZMerit scores are in. And, yes, local schools showed a little improvement, year over year.
“Ring, ring, ring,” followed by a recording. That’s what Arizonans have heard more than ever this year on our cell and landline phones.
When the U.S. Department of Transportation announced July 17, 2018, it had chosen SkyWest Airlines to provide commercial passenger service at Prescott Municipal Airport, I nodded in agreement because travel from and to Prescott was about to get a whole lot easier for me and other folks.
Some people just cannot get to the polls at election time.
Law enforcement officers and employees have tough jobs. They handle tense calls for help. They run toward danger. They make quick decisions in complex situations. And they sing and dance ...
We’re in a drought. Though the area is currently receiving precipitation from monsoons, the rainfall will not be enough to undo our water shortage.
“Why would Prescott National Forest officials not fight the Stubbs Fire and just let it burn?” That is a question that several readers have asked us this week.
Do we have a right to know who is influencing an election? Voters in 2018 may get a chance to change the rules — but not necessarily on the local level.
This is the day for picnics and entertainment events. (We’d say fireworks, but we will get to that later.)
Prescott Rep. David Stringer went on the road last week to mend some fences. Stringer had come under fire following comments he made at a June 12 Republican Men’s Forum in Prescott.
After years of diligent work and dozens of meetings, Prescott will have a memorial fitting for the 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots who died June 30, 2013 fighting the Yarnell Hill Fire.
Editorial Cartoon (1): June 25, 2018
Editorial Cartoon (2): June 25, 2018
Earlier this month, Prescott’s own Rep. David Stringer came under fire nationally after he gave a speech at the local Republican Men’s Forum on June 12. Critics, including the head of the Arizona Republican Party, deemed his comments so racist they called for his resignation.
The fervor seems to never stop over the people who, we as Americans, have sent to Washington, D.C., to represent us.
Today, Monday June 4, 2018, journalists and news advocates around the world are pausing to remember those who have given their lives in pursuit of covering the news and freedom of the press.
The front page of our June 1, 2018 edition of The Daily Courier — and the dCourier.com website — we carried news of officials putting into effect a partial closure of the Prescott National Forest.
The National Football League has put its proverbial foot down when it comes to National Anthem protests.
“It is D-Day plus five years, soldier, on this sandy coast where the world hinged on what you did."
Prescott and Humboldt school district officials are not waiting for lightning to strike here, in the wake of deadly shootings on school campuses across the country.
It is time to close the Prescott National Forest. Forests to the north and east of Yavapai County have done so, because of drought conditions and lack of precipitation.
The early results are in, and it is apparent that fire season is upon us.
Activist investors fired a warning shot during Sturm, Ruger & Co.’s annual meeting last week in Prescott and management would be wise to pay attention.
As temperatures begin to creep upward, so does the number of heat-related deaths.
On Friday many of us watched in anguish as multiple wildfires ignited near the Viewpoint subdivision in Prescott Valley.
- Prescott attorney’s body found in Montana
- Cleared for takeoff: Booking is underway for United Express flights from Prescott to Denver, L.A.
- Former bar manager arrested for allegedly selling meth out of Prescott hotel room
- Highlighting Prescott’s ‘well-kept secret’
- Obituary: Carol Springer
- Watch out for card skimming at the gas pump
- Highway 89 widening features new roundabout
- PVPD warns about imposter animal control officers
- Two Yavapai County men killed in plane crash
- Meet the candidates running for Justice of Peace, Constable in Yavapai County
- Why are flags at half-staff today, July 27, 2018
- Chino man pleads guilty to second degree murder of 10-year-old
- Domestic violence call ends in Prescott Valley man getting shot, air-lifted to Flagstaff
- Need2Know: SueAnn’s Apple Pan, Brown Bag Burger, Prescott Firehouse Subs, and Don Walters renamed EVP of Miramonte Homes
- Fatal crash along I-17 claimed life of Dewey resident
- Need2Know: Deano’s Sweet Potato Café closed again, could be sold; MOD Pizza coming to Prescott Valley; Premiere Wellness opens second location
- Prescott attorney’s body found in Montana
- Editorial: Prescott Police kick it in Lip Sync Challenge
- Don’t kill the tarantulas, they’re helping you, experts say
- Yavapai Casino temporarily closed to deal with security issue