It probably cost over three quarters of a million dollars to imprison serial rapist (50) and killer (10) Bobby Joe Long for 34 years.
In her Oct. 12 letter to the editor, Dorothy Cora Moore states her opposition to vaccines (not just the COVID vaccine).
It’s easy to get caught up in the back-and-forth of Congress and forget about the fact that there are real-world consequences to some of these issue.
Remember when dissent was patriotic, and it was popular to question authority? Try that today and you’ll be labeled a domestic terrorist.
Most of us could benefit from a more balanced diet rich in fruits and veggies and, according to the dietary guidelines for Americans, there’s also room in our diets to choose lean beef more often.
When I was in school George Orwell’s book “1984” was still mandatory reading.
Is anyone watching the coast? There are far too many cargo tankers being moored just off the coast, be east or west.
I am an older American, and I am fed up with paying the highest prices in the world for prescription drugs.
In response to the reader who submitted that “change for the good” in our readers speak segment supporting the reconciliation/infrastructure bill do you really know what is included in this bill.
Regarding Mr. Wiederaenders’ friend “Tom” and his concern over transit costs -
This morning [Sunday] I open the paper to see a Rant & Rave from someone claiming that the hiking trails in Prescott bring in no revenue or tourists. Seriously? Clearly this person has never visited the Peavine Trail, Goldwater Lake, Watson Lake or Willow Lake and dropped his/her $3.00 in the pay station.
This past Sunday morning I opened the newspaper to see a Rant & Rave from someone claiming that the hiking trails in Prescott bring in no revenue or tourists. Seriously?
In regard to the Sept. 25 article on the monsoon and the state of Prescott’s lakes: “The recharged water results in water credits for the city, which can then be allocated to new development as ‘alternative water.’”
I hope that the talks between President Joe Biden, Sen. Kyrsten Sinema and Sen. Joe Manchin go in the direction of supporting both the infrastructure bill and the budget bill.
If only 50% of people got the Polio and Small Pox vaccinations years ago, we wouldn’t have been able to eradicate these horrible viruses ...
As the outgoing Chair of the Prescott Valley Healing Field for the past eight years, I want to thank the people that made each year more successful than the last.
I appreciated the Editor’s Opinion piece “What is growth? Can you combat it?” Although it doesn’t answer its own question, asking if we can combat it is a very good start in the process.
A request has come to Blankets 4 Kids from our neighbors to the South, New Orleans, LA to support them on the disaster that Hurricane Ida leveled on them!
Prescott Valley Mayor Palguta, and council members Hunt, Hepperle, and Schumacher recently voted in favor to buy the old, dilapidated Coors property, off Highway 89A, for $3.2 million from Yavapai County.
Our community has rallied together to protect our natural resources when it came to Saving the Dells. This not only affected the residents and visitors who enjoy the great outdoors but it also affected our towns government leaders.
The city’s survey of the public over how to utilize the old city hall building is over. The results show a majority of citizens want to see it developed into retail stores and/or restaurants.
In light of the Yavapai County hospitals mandating vaccinations for all their healthcare staff, or else be fired, here are some important questions for all Yavapai County residents to ask:
I write to encourage “patriots” to fly the American flag. Our Founding Fathers were in toto governmental geniuses, though by no means perfect. By flying our flag we honor them and the potential of our democratic efforts.
At Saturday’s rally in Washington DC on Sept. 18th titled “Justice For J6” my favorite comment by a rally speaker was...”We support our law enforcement”...