Regarding the March 3 supplement to The Daily Courier that featured the Heritage Park Zoo:
I have a response to offer to Susan Anderson’s letter titled, “Emergency?” dated Jan. 26.
Let’s just let the Arizona and California prison population build the wall.
I think we can all agree that our elections must be open to all qualified registered voters, free from tampering from any source, and free from the influence of dark money.
Many kudos to Lew Rees, the staff at Heritage Park Zoo and Tim Wiederanders for promoting such a wonderful event recognizing Heritage Park as a wonderful place for rescued, injured, and unable to survive animals.
I think many of us on both sides of the issues are concerned about our president being capable of holding this office and whether or not he is of sound mind.
How do we determine what is an emergency? Do we base it on current facts or future predictions?
In Feb. 2015 the DC did an article about rebuilding the 1929 Overland Bridge (near VA cemetery) because it was, and still is, unsafe.
Remember when President Reagan said: “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down that wall.”
The Dells and the water that surrounds them is an asset owned by Prescott folks.
Several points in Mayor Greg Mengarelli’s Feb. 1 column need further explanation.
In a recent column, my friend Tom Cantlon is pleased to again tell us why minimum wage laws, more labor strikes and sick-outs are good things.
I truly hope our City Council and AED hear the unrelenting drum beat of its citizen’s comments in this newspaper regarding the saving of The Dells from development.
After talking with hundreds if not thousands of our neighbors about drugs over the past decade, it’s clear we need a new approach to this conversation.
The wall will be built when; billionaires forfeit Social Security and pay more for Medicare ...
Sandy Griffiis’ column is always educational and enjoyable and her column on Friday, Feb. 8, was excellent. However, I am wondering if I missed her point.
Re: Prescott firefighters trek several miles to help injured hiker; Dec. 18 The Daily Courier recently reported on my rescue from the Salida Gulch trail after falling and being unable to walk.
Thank you for your concern for our well-being, your application of needed muscle and your direction on how to proceed.
Though I’ve attended several fine performances of Handel’s Messiah in the Prescott community during my 20 years here, this last time around was—well, Wow.
The Yavapai County Education Service Agency (YCESA) was fortunate to be part of a partnership led by Steve Schmidt of the Prescott Noon Lions Club in distributing 58 huge boxes of coats (boys and girls, size 4 to 10+) to 16 school districts and charter schools throughout Yavapai County.
After reading about a large development planned for our iconic Granite Dells area and the recent removal of half the Glassford Hill pronghorn herd (three pronghorn died) due to development encroachment ..
Someone please enlighten me. What does a government shutdown, putting 800,000 people out of work, have to do with immigration and border security?
During the shutdown, Congress voted to pay the full salary of 800,000 furloughed government workers.