We remember when Pioneer Parkway was completed. Not too many vehicles used it then. Ten years later, it has become a major artery that is in need of repaving. ...
RE: Prescott is on the Precipice: Newbies and NIMBYS – I consider myself a “Realibee,” defined as someone whose opinions are guided by facts. I have great news to report.
All too often we inadvertently take for granted the work of a civil servant. When we are irritated with something in our area, of course we know whom to blame.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul, District 10 in Yavapai County, would like to offer our grateful thanks to the Albertsons companies and Regional Manager Nancy Keane for their generous donations during the Christmas holiday season.
The 2025 Prescott General Plan Review Committee is currently updating Prescott’s general plan.
I appreciated the Courier article in December in which Fire Chief Scott Freitag spoke about Prop 310 — but wish the information had come before the election.
The Citizens Water Advocacy Group (CWAG), a local nonprofit with over 350 members, has followed a science-based approach to assessing our water situation for the past 20 years.
I am writing in response to the Talk of the Town, “Hobbs, education: don’t just throw money at problem,” by John Courtis published in the Courier on Tuesday, Jan. 10, regarding education funding and policy in Arizona.
As a candidate, our new governor, Democrat Katie Hobbs, promised “transparency and accountability” in her administration, then refused to allow reporters to attend her official swearing-in ...
In response to the story, “PUSD social studies curriculum under scrutiny by grassroots committee” (Jan. 22), if the Citizens & Educators for Excellence in Arizona Education determine ...
In response to the rant published earlier this month (Jan. 8), regarding George Santos: “With all that’s known about George Santos...
On his third day of incapacitating the House of Representatives, Eli Crane was asked what he wanted in exchange for supporting Kevin McCarthy for Speaker...
With the farce of Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-California, completely selling out his integrity to achieve his goal of being Speaker of the House, it pays to take a look at the people to whom he bowed his knee.
On behalf of the Martin Luther King Jr. committee I want to thank the people of Prescott for turning out in such impressive numbers on Monday.
Football scores: Georgia beat TCU 65-7. LSU beat Purdue 63-7. Both games had good TV viewership as they were collegiate bowl games.
RE: Editor Tim Wiederaenders’ column entry, “Speaker?” He complains about the U.S. House speaker election process being unlike our General and Primary elections. The rules for House Speaker were followed; if only the primaries and general elections could claim the same.
Here we go again! Arizona Sen. John Kavanagh, R-Fountain Hills, wants to eliminate public notices from newspapers through Senate Bill 1006.
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, serving all of the Quad Cities, extends its heartfelt gratitude to all those who supported our annual “Don’t Spend Christmas Alone” event.
The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday is a day set aside for measuring ourselves against the yardstick of King’s hope and dream.
The other night, my husband and I sat at a booth in a local restaurant, with our conversation drowned out by a middle-aged man (about our age) in the booth behind us, his conversation full of the F word and terms that take God’s name in vain.
The Arizona Christmas Spirit we all needed to read was buried in your Arizona History:
I‘m struck by Judy McKenzie’s letter, “Hate of Trump,” trying to blame our political divide on Democrats saying they “are plain nasty.” I know both Democrats and Republicans and none of them are “nasty.”
The Courier frequently publishes David McNabb’s letters, the latest being Dec. 16.
Regarding Donald Scott Aper’s letter, “Still moderate conservative, but not GOP,” he failed to mention that President Joe Biden nor Vice President Kamala Harris have visited our border, and hundreds of thousands of people from more than 150 countries have pretty much walked across our border in the past two years.