Yavapai County Recorder Michelle Burchill, along with the Voter Registration and Elections Department, would like to thank the full-time staff, seasonal staff, poll workers, county departments, sheriff’s office, county attorneys, the local political parties, county administration and the BOS for their support.
We may have just entered a new, grave period in America. The election has shown us that candidates – people we elect as congressmen, senators, state legislators, governors, etc. – are not necessary. Let’s count the ways.
What is the common denominator between the increase in teenage girl suicide and insane conspiracy theories? Very simple, it is the advent of the internet and social media.
I want to thank Sheila Polk for her decades of dedicated service in keeping Yavapai County a safe place in which to thrive.
Bill Weiss (Nov 22) in rebuttal to Dorothy Cora Moore’s letter (Nov 11) states that Roe vs Wade was about women having a choice and the Jewish victims of the holocaust had no choice.
Dorothy Cora Moore’s letter (Nov. 11) describing how she told a Jewish lawyer who supported Roe v. Wade that “you will have more blood on your hands than Hitler,” ...
My wife and I would like to extend our gratitude to the Town of Prescott Valley and its Public Works Department for the exceptional job ...
When leaders speak, it matters when they lie or promote violence. It has been documented that former President Trump lied over 2,100 times in his first year of office. He attacked the press as the enemy of the people putting himself in direct conflict with the founding fathers.
Over my 85 years, I’ve had the privilege of enjoying some great stage shows even on Broadway, but “Hello Dolly!” performed by the Yavapai College Performing Arts Department was as excellent as any of those.
RE: Talk of the Town accurate coverage of the Mexican Wolf recovery needed – I am no wildlife expert, but I am a resident lover of our Prescott wildlife, cherished by many in this community.
I have read numerous rants about the abortion issue, which is playing a role in our politics today.
As a parent of two kids who went to our schools and graduated from Prescott High School under Joe Howard’s leadership, I am dismayed at Mr. Salomone’s Talk the Town essay that described our district as “declining.”
As this election cycle comes to a close, perhaps we should consider a better process. In early times, leaders ascended to power by blood lines; today, it has become a popularity contest.
The recent “Talk of the Town” editorial by the chair of the Yavapai County Republican Party, begs a response.
I am turning 65 on Dec. 30, and I have been researching Medicare. I sent this email to my son describing what I found out. Just thought you guys might get a laugh from it.
RE: ‘Strange Interpretation’ by Christine Flowers – In this Oct. 28 Courier column, Flowers discussed an interview Mike Barnacle had with Stacey Abrams, Democrat candidate for governor in Georgia.
I’ve known Sandy Griffis from hosting the KQNA radio show “Hammer Time,” but recently she intervened on my behalf after I felt mistreated by a local contractor.
Recently I made a comment online in response that Christian nationalism was a major threat to American democracy and was amazed with some of the blindered, misguided and downright vicious responses I received.
Since the first of the year, I have driven 12,500 miles, and averaging 25 mpg equates to 500 gallons of gas.
A little perspective on the current economic situation is called for. Yes, there is inflation. President Biden didn’t cause it.
I am alarmed by the rise of fascism in this country, and the complacency of the general public.
Back in June the U.S. Supreme Court decided that the right to choose had no basis in the Constitution.
Before the 1960s my guess is that 90% of the females would have never considered having an abortion.
In a prior Courier article, the city approved raises for three positions: city manager, city attorney and city clerk ...
Thank you to the Prescott mayor and councilors for postponing the vote on Resolution No. 2022-1842 in order to re-work the language regarding member participation in meetings along with member behavior that could negatively affect a Board, Commission and Committee (BCC).