I read with shock the Aug. 7 sports story regarding the Yavapai College Administration’s plans to restructure the athletics budget. There are so many problems here, I don’t know where to start!
In his letter to the Courier on Aug. 5, Jim Rubin asked: “Why do Republicans want to hinder the investigation of former President Trump and the Jan. 6 insurrection?”
I was neither surprised nor upset that former President Donald Trump was on the front page. He is a famous person and more than half the population in Yavapai County voted for him.
As a lifelong Republican, I recently voted for candidates who accepted the fact that Donald Trump lost in 2020 and moved on. Instead, ...
Why do Republicans want to hinder the investigation of former President Donald Trump and the Jan. 6 insurrection?
Thomas Jefferson’s metaphor – “a wall of separation between church and state” – is one of the most abused phrases in America.
I’m looking forward to the new Christmas event in Prescott this year.
Thank you to Superintendent Joe Howard for his stand on supporting every child, regardless of each one’s many identities. Every life that comes to us is precious.
What am I supposed to do in the remainder of my life with the world’s population about to die unless the atmosphere is miraculously cleansed?
On July 28, Valerie Allain wrote about the animal cruelty she came upon when a dog was left in a hot car.
Whether playing sports, entering a contest or a candidate for an election there’s always winners and losers. Used to be a good sportsman took losing graciously and was admired. That’s how it SHOULD work.
Recent polls show Americans’ growing distrust of many institutions. They have shown record lows in the trust in news agencies, banks and most government institutions.
To the lady in the blue Ford SUV who left her small white dog in a hot car at Walmart on Gail Gardner, granted you left the windows open and a dish of water but your pet was in terrible distress.
RE: Sandy Griffis’ counter-point to “Who does growth benefit?” As executive director for the Yavapai County Contractors Association, Sandy Griffis’ conclusion (“Growth is good.”) comes as no surprise. It’s her job to be a cheerleader for that industry.
Since the last City of Prescott election was less than a year ago, the Prescott City Council should offer Jessica Hall’s council seat to the next highest vote getter in that election, Brandon Montoya.
For 50 years, I was registered as a Republican. With the polarized direction that both major parties have been going, I changed my affiliation to “Party Not Designated” in 2021.
The Republican Party used to stand for integrity, a strong military, and a federal government that would not over reach, or spend more than it took in and strong conservative values. But no more.
The Biden Administration has a dictionary that is different than ours. They say, “The Border is closed,” when over four million illegal immigrants have come into this country under Joe’s watch.
As a registered Independent, I feel like I’m getting some mixed messages from the Republicans.
Early every morning, I take my dogs on a walk to my local park in Prescott Valley. On the way, I pass home after home with beautifully xeriscaped yards containing trees and shrubs that require little to no irrigation.