President Trump announced last month, dispensed opioid prescriptions are down 17 percent from last year.
We have lived in Prescott Valley for 20 years always attending Prescott Valley Days.
As a resident of Prescott, I used to be completely opposed to the development of the Granite Dells.
There is no such thing as a free lunch, or free library, or free anything.
When we first visited Prescott in 2009, my husband and I rode our bicycles on the Peavine and Iron King trails.
The efforts of the mendacious Mr. Barr to expunge evidence of Trump’s crimes from the partially released Mueller report were superfluous. Irrefutable evidence that Putin conspired with Trump to install him as president already existed in the public record and is amply confirmed even in the redacted version of Mueller’s Volume I.
Tom Cantlon is usually right on, but I must disagree with his May 1 column, where he calls for U.S.
We moved here 21 years ago to retire and created a wonderful life for ourselves: made friends, went on vacations, took classes, celebrated holidays, watched the city change yet remain very welcoming.
In response to Michael Shannon’s “Pastor Pete delivers another homily” column of April 27, 2019, it is a hatchet-job full of fundamentalist Christian hate and name-calling.
This is regarding Tom Cantlon’s “Impeachment is done for us” column in the May 1 Courier.
The latest proposed plan by Arizona Eco Development illustrated its lack of good faith in negotiations regarding the Dells.
I thoroughly agreed with Roger Fairfield’s April 29 comments about the current President Trump’s “Not Qualified” letter.
The Massachusetts health care plan, written by the conservative Heritage Foundation and implemented by Gov. Mitt Romney in 2006, eventually became the blueprint for the Affordable Care Act of 2010. Republicans were for it until the Democrats implemented it.
The science is overwhelming. Climate change is real and poses a grave threat to human life on earth.
In Ron Fiedler’s recent letter about Save the Dells, he expressed concern that Arizona Eco Development’s property rights were being unduly limited by a citizens’ cause.
Regarding the letter on global warming from Mr. Beal in Dewey, I suggest the writer read the book “Reading the Rocks: The Autobiography of the Earth”...
2018 was the first year under the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA).
On March 26, our council rejected Save the Dells’ resolution supporting meaningful open space protection in Arizona Eco Developments 2,500-acre development.
In Mr. Cantlon’s April 17, 2019, column, he said U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar made a point about how some Muslims became terrorists and attacked us and then all Muslims suffered because of it.
Today’s front page article “Prescott sues big pharma” (April 25) raises several interesting questions.
I have been trying to grasp the hysteria of global warning or climate change because I keep wondering how did we get into and out of the last ice age?
In past generations, a few forward-thinking individuals have had the courage to oppose development for transient profit in majestic cathedrals such as Yosemite, the Grand Canyon and even smaller iconic areas like Central Park in New York City.