A beautiful show of pride filled the streets of Prescott Valley on Sunday, when the town gave the National Guard Infantry Unit Charlie Company 1st Battalion-158 a parade and grand send-off.
Last month someone called a local law enforcement agency making a claim that there was a bomb at a building in the quad-city area.
“Election season is here,” someone commented to The Daily Courier this past week.
Many of Joseph James DeAngelo’s longtime neighbors in the Sacramento County, California, neighborhood where he lived said they were accustomed to the old man’s loud fits of rage over the small irritants of daily life, like his misplaced car keys.
The issue of roadside memorials seems to never go away.
To the common citizen, opioid abuse exists only among drug abusers; however, among us are people who “maintain” on painkillers that are opioids.
You will likely be seeing red today. Around school buildings, in the crosswalks, and particularly inside the schools themselves.
Earlier this month, Trump administration officials said they are crafting a legislative package aimed at closing immigration “loopholes.”
As you have seen in The Daily Courier this week, the City of Prescott’s continuing plans to manage social interactions in the city’s attractive downtown district will soon include installation of signs to warn the public away from making impromptu contributions to other members of the public.
The United States is deploying members of the National Guard to the U.S.-Mexico border at President Donald Trump’s request.
Service dogs seem to be fairly common nowadays. Question: Is that dog you see “really” a service dog?
Especially with last year’s mayoral election in Prescott so badly muddied by secret donations to political efforts for that critical local office, it is with acute disappointment that we observe the state Senate’s vote last week, approving, in a narrow margin – 17 to 13 – a measure that, since being signed into law this week by the governor, outlaws any local ordinance in Arizona that would require donors to political campaigns to be identified.
The state of education funding in Arizona is dire.
This week the Arizona Department of Transportation will host a meeting to lay out its plans and options regarding Interstate 17 – how the 60-year-old freeway could be fixed to avoid traffic backups.
Many questions remain concerning what was first reported as “an incident” on one of the Mingus Union High School athletic team buses.
If we squint even a little closely at the startling events of Sunday night in Tempe – where a woman was struck and killed by a presumed self-driving Uber car – it’s easy see that this tragedy is only the latest in this lauded startup’s continuing history of problems with labor and a blatant disregard for women’s safety, too.
A grieving father – who lost his 14-year-old daughter, Alaina JoAnn Petty, to the Valentine’s Day shooting at a high school in Broward County, Florida – is advocating a gracious heaping of loving kindness at the institutions where children are educated.
“A house divided against itself cannot stand… I do not expect the house to fall …” – Abraham Lincoln
In 2016, marijuana for personal use failed to pass in Arizona, with 51.32 percent of voters saying “no.”
Meaningful. Thorough. Effective.
It is legislation whose time has come, finally, for many people who die in crashes on our highways but the person at fault gets what amounts to a slap on the wrist.
Arizona’s Motor Vehicle Division — as of Monday, March 5 — has begun allowing testing for learner's permits to be taken on the internet, rather than in person.
Elections are a matter of local control, particularly when it comes to the state’s 19 charter cities.
The talk on the local and national streets has been “what to do about guns?”
One year from now you may get more money back on your federal taxes, thanks to the tax reform Congress passed in December 2017, and Arizona stands to get about $250 million.
- 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
- Obituary: Carol Springer
- Highway 89 widening features new roundabout
- Highlighting Prescott’s ‘well-kept secret’
- Watch out for card skimming at the gas pump
- PVPD warns about imposter animal control officers
- Cottonwood teacher arrested for alleged sex with 17-year-old boy
- 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
- 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
- Prescott attorney’s body found in Montana