In a Talk of the Town column in this paper, Arizona Sen. Paul Boyer supports the upcoming ballot measure Arizona Fire District Safety Act (SCR 1049).
In Deborah Thalasitis’s Letter to the Editor (May 19), regarding the city budget, she asks why the cost estimate to widen Highway 89A ...
This is in response to Sunday’s pro-growth column by Prescott City Councilman/business man Steve Sischka titled: “In case you haven’t noticed, it’s the market.”
On Tuesday, the Prescott City Council held its annual budget workshop. If the public has questions we are supposed to call city staff. In the interest transparency, here are my questions.
What is going on at Yavapai College? They have canceled their pickleball program. I don’t understand why. Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the U.S.
Whether or not Yavapai County School Superintendent Tim Carter really was asked for a list of questions for potential school board members or not, his recent Talk of the Town (Sunday, May 15) was refreshing and instructive.
Gas prices are extraordinarily high, as if no one has noticed.
As usual News Editor Aaron’s Valdez’s column, “Public education is vital pillar in our society, democracy,” focuses entirely on “the subpar job of allocating money” and presumes this is the sole reason Arizona is ranked at or near the bottom in U.S. public school rankings.
I would like to thank the various groups as well as the city governments that have built and continue to maintain our wonderful trails in the Prescott area.
May 6-12 is National Nurses Week. I recently experienced surgery at YRMC East Campus and was so impressed by the pre-op and post-op staff.
On behalf of the Granite Dells Preservation Foundation, I want to thank the community for their support for our Spring for the Dells Art Show and Auction on April 24.
Pardon me, but didn’t we fight long and hard to save this land from development?
I will not give an opinion on abortion or any other current hot issue.
In response to Christine Flowers article on free speech warriors, and as someone who also attended law school and practiced under the tutelage of a conservative law expert, I feel qualified to respond to address her false assumptions.
I would like to give a “SHOUT OUT” for Sandy Griffis. This is one amazing individual who exemplifies one of the best people we have in Prescott!
I have a suggestion for the City of Prescott to save some money.
On April 4, 12 residents from Las Fuentes were enjoying a lunch at Casa Sanchez. When it was time to pay the bill, the waitress informed us that two gentlemen sitting in a booth next to us had paid the bill for all 12 of us.
Much of what’s appeared in the Courier supporting outlawing water outside the City limits has been incorrect.
About three weeks ago there was an article in your paper stating that a proposal to demolish a building on Whiskey Row and replace it with a hotel had been rejected. I was sorry to hear that.
How do we decide who gets water outside the city? What is the criteria? Can the city require tiered water rates? No mass grading? Xeriscape? Can the city dictate the size, scale and scope?
After the legislature pushed through the bill that eliminated elections for precinct committeemen without reading it, they found the approach so successful that a few weeks ago they did the same with a major education funding bill.
In reference to the article on April 10, titled “Group seeks to block Rep. Finchem, accused insurrectionists from elections,” thank you to Howard Fisher for writing a balanced article. Well done.