I’ve been attempting to learn the reasons for the recent recall action seeking to unseat Prescott Mayor Phil Goode. ...
The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday is a day set aside for measuring ourselves against the yardstick of King’s hope and dream.
As we move into 2024, happy New Year to all of the greater Prescott-area residents. I normally do not make New Year’s resolutions, but I do try to remember all of our blessings.
About the 55-room hotel on Whiskey Row. Businesses on or about Whiskey Row would, I think, widely support a new hotel right downtown on the plaza if the building blended in perfectly and was in concert with city historic preservation guidelines.
The City of Prescott burdened its business owners with a business license about seven years ago, and I thought the City Council learned that it was not a good idea when they rescinded it, but the bad idea has reared its ugly head again.
Michael Reagan's tired Republican trope that it's the Democrats who are responsible for California's decline requires a response.
I read with interest the various responses to Tim Wiederaenders’ recent column on immigration.
The hypocrisy sickens me. It’s OK if party “A” does XYZ (with a significant amount of evidence), but it’s not ok for party “B” to allegedly (I say allegedly due to lack of any evidence) do the same thing.
I was astounded by John Stossel’s column touting Bjorn Lomborg, someone who isn’t a scientist yet claims to have the golden answer to climate issues.
Was so disappointed to read John Stevens’ letter of Dec. 8. The “Teacher Village” is in my neighborhood and it truly is an attractive, affordable alternative ...
Your attempt to toe the line on the immigration issue is appreciated, Dec. 27 “What if we protect our borders, enforce laws?”
Reading Whitney Williams’ Dec. 26 “Talk of the Town” makes one wonder who really is behind the recall effort of Mayor Phil Goode.
In a letter published Dec. 22, a reader remarked that abortion is not mentioned in the Constitution. The writers of the Constitution wisely acknowledged ...
With regard to the Glassford Hill land purchase for a regional park, which I am 100% in favor of...
Regarding your Friday Catchall about “Xmas,” the X is the Greek letter Chi (pronounced “kai”) and is the first letter of a Greek word that begins with an X and is pronounced CHRISTOS, the Greek form of “Christ.”
I was appalled by the inaccuracy of Jim Hardy’s Dec. 6 letter to the editor, “Anatomy of the disinformed.”
I am not a fan of abortion nor am I promoting abortion. I am unable to locate anything in the Constitution that grants the right to an abortion to the federal government or to the states. ...
When and how was Dec. 25 established as Christmas? I researched on the internet and other literature to learn in 336 AD the emperor Constantine established Dec. 25 as the date when Christians celebrate Christ’s birth...
One of many reasons for moving to Prescott were the kind and engaging people my wife and I met here.
In reading Glenn Miller’s letter published on Nov. 30, the following thought occurred: the wording of the 14th Amendment is awkwardly legalistic.
If the investigation into Mayor Phil Goode’s actions involving the city manager’s firing of the Prescott airport director and the subsequent executive session isn’t a lawyer-bait boondoggle, I don’t know what is.
“Peace on Earth, good will toward all” is a sentiment we hear often at this time of year. To Prescott PeaceBuilders this desire for peace and good will is a principle we seek to encourage all through the year from January through December.
In the Dec. 1 issue of The Daily Courier, Glenn Miller – letter: “Ballot access under 14th Amendment” – claims that former President Donald Trump cannot be on the ballot because he was involved in an insurrection on Jan. 6, 2021.
Your Tuesday front page article joins in the celebratory mood marking the opening of government subsidized housing in Prescott for government employees (teachers and city first responders).
The Daily Courier has published one letter and two rants that criticize my submission, which was critical of the Prescott City Council finding ways to only harm and hinder the homeless population with recent ordinances.