In a recent speech, a candidate for Prescott council said this: “Can any of you name a city in the last 100 years that has ran (sic) out of water in the western United States?”
People must understand that vaccination is critical to prevent the virus from mutating from one that threatens us all, to one that kills you.
Being quite dismayed about the smear campaign waged against three of our candidates for office here in Prescott, I decided to research the source of the mailings, Arizona Residents Council (ARC).
A recent editorial claims voter-approved Props 400 and 401 were weaponized by the public as “leverage” in the AED Development Agreement and Annexation review process.
USAF Space and Missile Systems Center Research Scientist here... One of my jobs was helping the USAF and Department of Defense understand climate change. Unlike us, the Pentagon takes climate change “very” seriously.
The historical, and probable continued overuse of the water from the Prescott Active Management Area (AMA) clearly points to an ultimate disaster for its users.
The 6-3 ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court concluded the provisions in Arizona’s 2016 law do not violate the Voting Rights Act.
I was stunned seeing Paul Gosar signs displayed in the two Yavapai Republican Party Prescott parade entries on July 3. A further shock was seeing Senate President Karen Fann riding in a vehicle with Gosar.
Thank you, Howard Mechanic, for another great Talk of the Town. Basically, we are looking at the Hilton deal redux. We are lucky to have individuals like you who keep an eye on the shenanigans of the Prescott City Council and its agents.
How do we learn from our challenging experiences? We are in this planet to discover where we belong. Each of us live our life differently yet are made up of the same human biology. How confusing to live in the same neighborhood and view our community with disconnection and conflict.
In our country, the price of many prescription drugs is exorbitant. I have been taking a life-saving blood thinner for over nine years to prevent deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolism. This drug retails for $17.46 per dose.
This letter is in response to Patrick Leyden’s recent letter in which he claimed “reading an article listing the 10 states having the highest life expectancy as well as the 10 states with the lowest life expectancy.”
I truly hope that our city’s elected leaders denounce and publicly show sincere distain for any and all political flyers that impugn the character of individuals running for Prescott city government. Silence on such heinous political attacks is agreement and/or complicity.
According to a Courier article, the development agreement between the City of Prescott and AED regarding saving the Dells does not include the Dells parcel that contains the ancient Indian ruins.
On the June 17 opinions page, Susan Wathier stated she is “anti-firearms” and prefers local citizens to open carry so she can practice avoidance or “shelter in place.”
All those lazy bums won’t work because they’re getting $300 more each week in unemployment, right? Wrong!
The Sun Dog road from Prescott Parkway to the intersection near Sprouts on Highway 69 should be constructed.
What a gem we have here in the quad-city area, Arizona Downs. After hearing about it, I finally took an afternoon and “went to the track!”
Prescott seniors have a hard enough time accessing high-quality, affordable health care in a timely manner.
Prescott’s wonderful hiring of Amy Bonney as police chief is long-deserved, and a pattern other regional departments should follow in replacing chiefs: Look first within your own ranks.
Juneteenth. Think about what your life would have been if you had been enslaved. Every aspect of your life would have been different.
I read Richard Haddad’s parting message to us with interest in knowing what next he intends to tackle; with my best wishes to him in his next endeavor.
I submitted comments expressing my concerns about AED to the mayor and others in city government through the city website.
Just finished reading an article listing the 10 states having the highest life expectancy as well as the 10 states with the lowest life expectancy.