The first time I saw it, I could barely breathe. It was so beautiful against the cerulean sky. Our Lady of Paris.
If there is any doubt that the vast majority of Prescott citizens agree with Save the Dells position
Regarding columnist Tom Cantlon on Wednesday, April 17, titled “We must be able to treat each other with civility.”
I applaud the relocation of the Fourth of July fireworks event to Watson Lake.
Today, I was eastbound on the Pioneer Parkway heading to a pet-sitting job and saw a coyote that had been hit in the westbound lane; it was not moving but it seemed like it might have been alive.
People say that Trump has the right to do whatever he wants because he’s the president.
On April 3, the Courier reported that Kenneth Wayne Thompson II had been sentenced to death for the murder in 2012 of a Prescott Valley couple.
Relatively few teacher trainees get scholarships. No paychecks are given for classroom attendance.
It seems to me that those who know Prescott, including its history, feel that the Dells must be preserved. Shopping at various locations throughout the Prescott area, I overhear fellow shoppers talking about the Dells and how important they are to the City of Prescott.
On page 8A of the Courier on March 28, 2019, we read that Republicans want to strip the word “permanent” from the Permanent Early Voting List laws (also see Senate Bill 1188).
I just paid my car registration, and I am not happy about the added $32 added for public safety. Gov. Doug Ducey, and the Republicans that control this state, want to ride on a ticket of “no new taxes” to the detriment of average working Arizonians.
I was present at a conversation recently where someone asked why so many people in Prescott hate developers. The person doing the asking is one of those who supports runaway development at all costs.
The Prescott City Council has finally done it. We have called Prescott our home for 25 years and proud to live here.
I recently encountered a news story whose most notable feature may be its strange lack of coverage in the mainstream press.
RE: Tom Cantlon column “Trump and the Dells, expected results” on April 3, 2019.
Now that Muller and his team of 13-15 Democrat lawyers have vindicated Trump from colluding with the Russians, the real collusion between Hillary, DNC, FBI, CIAAA and AG with Russia should be investigated.
I’ve heard that if you really like a place, never go back —implying that when you return it will be ruined by time and society, you will be disappointed.
The idea that voters did not comprehend “all parts” of what they were voting for with the medical marijuana law in 2010 is wrong.
Two days after the release of the long-awaited Mueller Report, which Democrats have been insisting would be the ultimate decider of the innocence or guilt of our president as a Russian stooge, there seems to be strange reactions from the left.
With the release of the Mueller report we now know that after two years of inquiry by Mueller and his 14 attorneys, all of whom are Democratic donors and activists, that Democrats are the Jussie Smollett’s of the political world.
Concerning the Western states initiatives and agreements on the future use of Colorado River water, all participants agree this is not a long-term solution.
My wife, Jeanette, and I have lived in Prescott for over 20 years and have always been able to find something fun to do.
The Dells are the very core of nature and hiking experiences for the community of Prescott.