Editor: I was hoping the experienced and mature population of Prescott, Arizona would be a model for community concern, caring, sharing and common well-being as the rest of the nation moves closer to complete panic.
Letter writer Roger Fairfield references an 8-year-old survey from a poorly-rated, liberal New Jersey university to suggest that Fox News viewers are uninformed.
There must be a feasible alternative to tearing down the iconic historic Prescott Valley Motel sign.
Editor: Hal Bray recently characterized Prescott Indivisible as simply the Trump Resistance.
These predatory users of our phone networks seem not to be regulated at the source.
I am appalled that Tom Cantlon would say in his column of March 4 that Hillary Clinton actually won the presidential election last time.
Editor: Wow! Is it true? NO CRIMINAL PENALITIES FOR SPEEEDING, just a $15 fine for using too much gas.
Editor: I am perplexed. Hal Bray, in his letter “Not what it seems,” of March 3 in The Daily Courier, makes me wonder what Prescott “values, beliefs and culture” mean to him.
Regarding your article in Saturday’s paper, “Sun shines later except in Arizona, as daylight savings time returns,” the Uniform Time Act went into effect in 1967 and it was the only time Arizona did recognize DST.
On Feb. 29, Andy Koller did some spouting of his own, referring to Ellis Island’s entry point for immigrants.
Political awareness entered my brain about 50 or 60 years ago. It took a while to notice that politics often included deception.
After reading the front page of the Courier on March 3 (“Law Could Change Criminal Penalties for Speeders”), I was sure that I had been punked or that April Fool’s Day had come earlier than normal.
So whether you are a ‘political activist’ that has stood on the north side, or the opposing south side, of the corner of Gurley and Cortez
The squishy, blah-blah response of the Prescott City Council to requests for enactment of Second Amendment sanctuary is another condescending proof of ...
Donald Trump is seasoned and motivated to rig the system any way he can.
Editor: Nancy Scharff’s letter on Feb. 23 is disingenuous from her first word to her last letter.
Editor: I knew the end was coming when I walked by the front door of the Men’s department one morning at Sears.
When Roger Ailes launched Fox News in 1996, he was asked why he would insert another news channel into an already crowded market. He replied that Fox wasn’t a news channel but a place for conservatives to go to validate their beliefs.
I have read many letters from local readers about why we should not build a wall to protect our borders.
In his letter “No Need to Fear” (Feb. 24), a Mr. Hayes tells us “many have little clue” and are “terrified” of socialism.
Death trap at Ruth and Whipple and justice for pedestrians and bikers...
We are presently in a position to answer this question as the city/county/ADOT/engineers are planning to re-envision Highway 69 as it leaves town for Prescott Valley.