Glory to God for using our President Donald Trump and the American military forces to bring justice to evil ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
I am voting “no” on the Franchise Agreement between APS and the town of Dewey-Humboldt. Why? Because APS is already getting more of our money than they deserve.
On Wednesday, Oct. 24, Congressman Paul Gosar posted on his official Facebook page an impassioned cry about “Adam Schiff’s Soviet-style inquiry” in his “secret room.” The congressman went on to say that “Not ONE member from Arizona is allowed to enter ... “ His post came after Wednesday’s Republican impeachment protest.
I remember living through Richard Nixon’s impeachment inquiry and subsequent resignation. It took over 2 years to develop the facts. Once the truth was known about the Watergate break-in and obstruction of Congress, Republicans responded.
The City Council is proposing to approve a new policy of allocating water to new developments outside the City limits.
In response to the current chaos in and around the impeachment inquiry, poor decisions regarding troop recalls, and so much else coming from the Trump Administration; the silence from our Republican Party elected officials is deafening.
I want to thank council woman Billy Orr and City of Prescott traffic engineer Ian Mattingly.
On Monday Oct. 7, I awoke to a water-soaked garage due to a faulty hot water heater.
One of my main reasons for subscribing to the Daily Courier since we arrived in Prescott in 2002 is to keep up with community events.
I have lived in Prescott for 31 years and have never felt the need to write a letter to the Courier.
Student loan debt keeps growing. There is a better solution than the ones that politicians offer, which stick the taxpayer or the loan lenders with the whole bill. It’s called an “income share agreement.”
Editor: When I was a little girl and would complain to my grandmother that she gave my cousins more cookies than me she used to say, “The squeaky wheel gets the grease. Squeak louder.”
I would like to respond to Rodger Fairfield and all the other Trump haters who write in spewing hate.
Thank you Eric Moore for your Oct. 10 article listing concerns over the clear-cut development that is now occurring north of Prescott.
Editor: Much of what we see, hear or read is not true or accurate. But how are we to know what to believe?
Editor: Prescott residents welcome all to our wonderful place. We share our culture yet are protective of it. Prescott has an easy pace. You see it in the “howdy” to strangers at a store checkout. We take time to enjoy life easy. We leave early so we don’t have to rush to wherever we are headed. We take a passive approach to a comfortable life.
Editor: “Scramble Intersection” was anything more aptly named. An extended test period will not change the desired results.
Editor: The is a book I recommend that the city council read. It is called, “13 Ways to Kill Your Community.” From what I see, we have the first five reasons pretty much covered.
The Town of Dewey-Humboldt is going to have a vote on whether to enact a franchise agreement with APS. The reasoning is that Dewey-Humboldt is the only town in Arizona without one and the town needs the money.
Do you know anyone who takes Synthroid, Crestor, Lyrica or Januvia for fun? Neither do I. Medicine is for health care purposes, strictly dosed and prescribed. When people start thinking of medicine as “recreational,” you get the opioid crisis. What if OxyContin or fentanyl or other opioids were made legal for “recreation?”
Editor: Any law that allows such high interest rates or removes limits for interest rates across all types of loans is designed to enrich the banks and credit unions.
I’ve often wondered about Joe Guzzardi and his affiliation with the so-called Progressives for Immigration for Immigration Reform.
Our elected County leadership did two clever things by 1) dropping the word “jail” (and substituting “Criminal Justice Center”), and 2) by enacting the tax first to pay for it, rather than like last time asking taxpayers if we want a new jail.