RE: Mr. Schnell’s letter – I whole heartedly agree regarding the airport noise. But, I do not blame the airport.
I was reminded about another kind of meeting while reading the Aug. 22 editorial about the recent, unruly Humboldt school board meeting.
Reading the Courier’s vaccine coverage, you’d think there was no debate, but there is and it needs to be heard.
I am sick and tired of government infringing on our God-given freedoms. It should be my decision if I choose to wear a seatbelt. I also question speed limits. I should have the freedom to choose how fast I drive.
Regarding Mike Schnell‘s letter about Embry-Riddle’s noisy aircraft flying over homes minutes apart. I agree wholeheartedly with his complaints. The airport isn’t a problem, Embry-Riddle is the problem.
This is a letter to commend and say our utmost thanks to the Prescott Fire Stations 74 and 75 for their help in rescuing our rodent-hunting dachshund Camie.
I am tired of people complaining about the noise at Ernest A. Love Field. Last week, there were two letters to the editor. After reading Mike Schnell’s complaint, I felt I had to respond.
Recently, libraries of the Yavapai County Free Library District imposed access restrictions, causing a friend in a book discussion group to exclaim, “Thanks for sending me back into the Dark Ages.”
The spread of COVID-19 has taken the life of over 600,000 people in the U.S. Additionally, our hospitals, doctors and nurses have been pushed in many cases beyond the breaking point.
While I wholeheartedly agree with County Recorder Leslie Hoffman that requiring identification for mail-in ballots is not necessary (why fix something that is not broken)...
In regard to Mike Schnell’s letter (Aug. 19) about airport noise, specifically from ERAU trainer aircraft. Perhaps, as funds become available, the school should consider ...
People often say they’re tired of endless wars, so can’t we stop fighting the weather?
Now that Love Field has been named the fifth busiest airport in America, I wholeheartedly believe it. Today, my neighborhood, and others around the airport, were subjected to around six hours of continuous flyovers from small aircraft.
Senate Bill 1452 is a good bill needing two changes: the voucher must be used for another academic school parents choose and include a time limit. This bill had a loophole that some people abused.
Thank you to Jim Lamerson (former Councilman and recent candidate) for his gracious letter congratulating the winners of the recent election.
Unless you have access to Walker Road, there is only one way for a Costco Shopper to reach the Highway 69 store, and that is via Highway 69.
Failure of the governor to require masks in schools is creating another health crisis.
We are in two camps. Unvaccinated and vaccinated. Be prepared to think about who the unvaccinated are.
Earlier this week, I was honored to present a gift from the Greater Prescott Outdoors Fund for $5,000 to the Yavapai Search and Rescue Squadron. They are all volunteers who help save lives and find those who have lost their lives.
Congratulations to the moderate voters of Prescott. And congratulations to Mayor-elect Goode, Councilman-elect Montoya and Councilman-elect Moore.
The perfect storm (Hurricane COVID) is sinking this ship of state. The unprecedented economic decline and ineffective Democrat-Republican response shows fatal flaws in the Dem/Rep system.
RE: National Column by Dick Polman, Aug. 9, “Words from the MAGA cult.” The Daily Courier is doing a disservice to its readers by publishing Dick Polman, a “national political columnist,” who injects personal opinion and exaggeration.
The election, for me, is over but the results are not. I am confident those elected want to be the best public servants they can be and will do the best job they can.
The former Prescott City Hall, at the corner of Cortez and Goodwin streets, would make an ideal, permanent location for the Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshot Crew (GMIHC) Learning and Tribute Center, currently housed at the Prescott Gateway Mall.
Senator Karen Fann told us she wanted to make sure voters could trust our election process, so to do so she should have hired a credible organization actually nationally accredited and experienced in doing such audits.