Our country’s treatment of our veterans is an embarrassment.
Socialism, Communism and Liberalism, etc. are all religions.
I would like to respond to Robin Anderson’s response to my coronavirus vaccine letter to the editor.
I found the Sunday “rant” interesting in which the writer told of entering a store on Gail Gardner Way and immediately left because nearly all the customers were maskless even though there was a “mask up” sign on the door.
Let’s seek to heal the divisions in our nation by committing ourselves to democracy.
I am 83 years old and have arthritis and two bad knees.
Anyone with FDA or pharmaceutical industry experience knew that the FDA would exercise great care during their approval process for Covid-19 vaccines.
I had the pleasure of knowing Jeff Wasowicz and his wonderful family.
Most people won’t care but I have voted in my last election.
The letter in the Courier on Dec. 1 by Nanci Hutson outlining the Bradshaw High School teachers’ concerns over the safety of staff and students is certainly distressing.
We continue to read about restrictions, law enforcement about face masks.
Again this morning I have read letters demanding that masks be mandated and that those who choose not to wear masks are uncaring.
If people were willing to sacrifice for “the greater good” and wear a mask in public and gather in small groups, we might be able to defeat COVID-19.
With COVID-19 infections skyrocketing in Yavapai County at a frightening rate, I was rather disappointed by The Daily Courier's decision to publish the Nov. 22 column by syndicated reactionary Michael Shannon.
In the summer of 2016, while enjoying a daily trip to Prescott’s dog park, I overheard two men discussing our upcoming election for U.S. president. ...
Your editorial in the Courier was an outstanding analogy, comparing wearing masks to pulling aside for an ambulance to pass.
Asking people to voluntarily wear masks is like asking us to voluntarily pay our taxes.
I am frustrated with the anti-mask comments that have been directed at me and others, and by those that the Prescott mayor’s position has apparently empowered.
Mr. Steve Roczniak, Ph. D. recently commented in a letter that, “Assuming the completed analysis of Pfizer’s large-scale clinical trial confirm that its vaccine is efficacious and safe, there will be no defensible medical or scientific reason for not being vaccinated.”
In Senior News Editor Tim Wiederaenders’ Friday Catchall column of Nov. 20, he discussed the City of Prescott’s recent decision to postpone its consideration of the proposed extension of water to areas outside of the city limits.
Shopping locally has really become a COVID-19 health hazard. I recently went into a shop on the Prescott plaza and half the people did not have masks on and were not social distancing, so I walked out.
The Daily Courier has published several articles regarding plans to “improve” the Granite Creek corridor through town.
As COVID-19 cases climb, and (leaders) sit on their hands and are afraid to enforce mask mandates, I assumed that one of the things the government is supposed to do is protect its citizens from harm including each other, not the economy.