While I don’t have an issue with the rationale behind the positions offered in the Feb. 13 issue of the Courier pertaining to the “problem” of folks driving too slow in the left lane ...
Thank you, Dennis Prager, for PragerU’s 500-plus instructional videos. And thank you State School Superintendent Tom Horne for permitting these videos to be used as educational aids in Arizona classrooms.
I applaud the city council’s choice for interim city manager.
Regarding Kelly Kading’s column, contrary to his assertion, there are several effective treatment technologies to remediate the PFAS (“forever chemicals”) groundwater contamination that has been identified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
I would like to propose that any person who wants to be mayor or on the Prescott Valley Town Council not be a licensed real estate agent or work for any real estate agency.
The two Republican sponsored bills featured in the Courier’s Wednesday paper should give all of us pause, regardless of party affiliation.
State Rep. Barbara Parker, R-Mesa, doesn’t want the public to be able to attend legislative meetings. Hmmm. I wonder why?
You are to be commended for your mostly even-handed and informative series about current events at Prescott City Hall.
I am more than amused at Democrats railing at Republicans about the failure to pass a piece of legislation that would have done nothing but codify the unacceptable flow of illegals at the border!
Remember the last time Republicans decided to keep the border open?
Prescott’s “housing crisis” is a “city wage” crisis (Courier Feb. 1, housing crisis). Giving credit to the housing committee’s work and the detailed statistics they have provided, only shows what most Prescottonians already know.
I have been a Republican all my life. I voted for Donald Trump twice. He had major accomplishments, among them...
What a disappointment to notice the missing Black History Month display at the Prescott Valley library.
Ron Tatar questions, "Has the Prescott City Council ever looked into the number of short-term rentals here and is there any discussion to maybe put a cap on that number?"
In response to the letter to the editor in the Wednesday, Jan. 31, edition of The Daily Courier from Parker Anderson, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors has made no decision to demolish and replace the historic Perkinsville Bridge.
Maybe the Prescott City Council should study what has happened in towns like Telluride, Colorado.
Recent writings on climate change by Columnist Kelly Kading (natural phenomenon proponent) and Timothy S. Clark (contrary view) present secondhand arguments of unknowable validity. Who should we believe?
Regarding the project to demolish and replace the historic Perkinsville Bridge near Milepost 23 on Perkinsville Road; I am not a structural engineer, so I cannot voice an opinion on the need for a new bridge, but I have to ask, why demolish the old bridge?
In regard to Bob Lynne’s Jan. 24 letter to the editor, I am not so sure whether the cart is before the horse or people are spouting off along partisan lines.
Regarding Bob Lynne’s Jan. 24 letter to the editor, I’m not at all familiar with the history and details of our state’s programs, regarding private school support (vouchers).
“It’s easier to be an arsonist than a firefighter” is an adage reflecting Kelly Kading’s hubris, as if readers could believe his disinformation about climate change in his opinion pieces.
In support of the recent letter from Jeff Pace, “ESAs improving education,” I offer the following data from the U.S. Department of Education.
Vouchers are now available to any student in Arizona despite the fact that the public voted them down 2-1 in 2018. Most students cannot afford to attend private, religious or for-profit-charter schools ...
The Hobbs administration has started the new year with a full on attack on the Empowerment Scholarship Account (ESA) program, which allows state tax funds to be redirected to parents who opt out of public education.
In her letter, “Public money for vouchers requires accountability” (Jan. 5), Pamela Beitzel stated her objections to Arizona giving vouchers to students for education in private schools.