I meet too many people in Prescott who say they do not subscribe to the Courier because they can get all the news on the internet and television. I find that to be a blind adherence to local ignorance.
Recently daily news coverage bombarded us with news that the dolphins at the Phoenix-area marine display were mistreated and now have been saved from near death.
Take a stand for the Constitution: Oppose Trump’s emergency declaration.
This coming May, we in Chino Valley will get an opportunity to vote on whether or not we want to raise our property taxes to provide money to fix our roads....
So the City Manager and a special committee appointed by Mayor Mengarelli have determined that City Hall needs a new home.
Just wanted to put my “two cents” in after reading the article in The Daily Courier regarding House Bill 2005 pertaining to driving tickets.
Last week, the Courier ran an article about a Prescott Valley man who is on the waiting list for a kidney donation.
Of all the challenging issues facing Prescott, few would argue that the proposed development of the Granite Dells is at the top.
Our family would like to thank our newspaper delivery person Michelle Day.
Twice in the past six months my wife and I attended concerts at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center.
Last month there appeared a front page article about the poor USPS service this area receives, and from our own experience this article fell on deaf ears with our Prescott Postmaster; nothing has changed.
Yesterday while driving east on Highway 69, I hit a huge pothole at 45 miles per hour. No damage done but it was a jarring experience.
I just heard David Rhodes, Chief Deputy Sheriff of Yavapai County, speak on a program in the county jail to reduce recidivism (i.e. multiple returns by prisoners). What an impressive program!
We have reached an important stage in our town’s history where our council has evidently disagreed with aspects of Arizona Eco Development’s (A.E.D) intentions and its proposed plan for annexation in the Granite Dells.
I don’t know where this thank you note fits into your paper, but there is a gallantry about the fellows in this town that is appreciated by many.
The recent Interfaith Celebration of Thanks was a very inspiring and moving experience. It was beautiful to see so many people from differing expressions of faith coming together for an evening to express thanks for the many blessings we all have.
Another day in Trumpland. Case in point; The latest attack on women, families and children who will be made to suffer further by the baseless defunding of Planned Parenthood.
The Ides of March is nigh. For the Romans, the 15th day marked the assassination of Julius Caesar and the turning point of Roman history.
Frequent letters in this newspaper bemoan development and the resulting traffic that is destroying our community.
The article on potholes in the March 6 Prescott Valley Tribune (and Courier) was very informative but it did not address the problem of inadequate pothole repair.
As a volunteer and a docent with the Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary, I want to express my appreciation for all the work done by the Daily Courier staff to draw attention to our wonderful animals and facility.
Michael Cohen’s testimony last Tuesday was presented to us as though we were watching two opposite universes.