Roads, streets, highways, lanes; whatever the name, I am so happy with the glide-ride fix on Highway 69.
I wish I could have stopped Darren Chauvin from killing George Floyd. I wish I could have stopped the rioters...
My heart grieves for what is happening in and to America. The murder of George Floyd was awful but the violence that has followed is even worse.
A front page article on page one June 11th reported a big divide between Republicans and Democrats regarding the threat of COVID-19.
Responding to a recent letter by a gentleman who appears to abhor any form of taxation, I would like to make a suggestion.
I have been reading the last couple days about folks bewildered as to why so many people are not wearing masks.
I was heartened to read the Editorial Board’s fair and optimistic commentary entitled “Compromise led to AED-Dells letter of intent.”
It is not surprising to see in your article, “Latest COVID counts result of community spread,” that the incidence of the coronavirus is on the increase in Arizona.
I’m a retired police officer. I spent 37 years in law enforcement. I’ve seen and witnessed unspeakable things.
Concerning the 70-year-old man who spit on the woman at the Prescott Post Office for not wearing a mask (Courier June 9 letter). W
Thank you for clearly stating by the use of quotes from the YCSO Sheriff and Prescott Police Chief at the top of the front page, and in the article itself, the accurate facts regarding the protest last week.
I was very upset to find out today that my daughter in law was spit on in public at the U.S. Post Office in Prescott for using her choice to not wear a mask.
Mayor Greg Mengarelli’s statement on June 2 addressing the killing of George Floyd rings hollow, and is in need of some clarification.
I’m extremely disappointed as to how you all agreed that wearing masks was unnecessary. According to our local newspaper, Mayor Greg Mengarelli said: “The CDC made that suggestion (for masks).
Prescott is still in the 18th year of a serious drought leading to the daily depletion of our only source of water, the Little Chino Aquifer.
All of America’s health experts are warning us it is way too soon to reopen everything, but we are doing it anyway. Truth be told, it is no longer possible to keep us closed because of COVID-19. Here in Arizona, even if Gov. Doug Ducey had ordered another two-week extension, it would not have happened.
Thanks to Alex Piacenza and Tom Cantlon for their opinion pieces on why we should be wearing masks. It makes sense, right?
I previously submitted the following questions to Senators Kyrsten Sinema and Martha McSally and Congressman Paul Gosar and received no answers...
With the current economic problems, you have decided the government should give away massive sums of money without regards to need or benefit.
There have been many reports in the media of people refusing to wear masks. Screaming and threatening, these people claim their right to go about in stores and other public places without masks.
I would like to express my utter disgust at the person or persons who stole the face masks I ordered out of our mailbox on Indian Wells Drive on Friday, May 15.
I went into science so that I could work, often until I can no longer keep my eyes open, to find cures for diseases that devastate life.
America needs an explanation. How is it that the United States, with a little over 4% of the world’s population, has 33% of the world’s confirmed COVID-19 cases and 28% of the world’s COVID-19 deaths?
I am 70 years old with Asthma and Bronchiectasis. Other than those annoying conditions, I am reasonably healthy and active. I exercise, try to eat right and love to travel.