I feel very fortunate that I live in a nation that was established and is governed “of the people, for the people, and by the people.”
Worried about our fresh water supply? Here is a wild and crazy idea: Run your irrigation system less frequently.
As a resident in an historic district of Prescott, I received a letter from the City of Prescott announcing the March meeting of the Prescott Preservation Commission.
What’s going on in the Ukraine reminds me of the battle of the Alamo. Readers of a certain age will remember either the historical story or the John Wayne movie of the same name.
Taxpayers like myself are dumfounded by the wide-open border policy of the Biden Administration and their further plans to cover the costs of bringing thousands of immigrants into the United States.
If you believe in democracy, you may soon have a local way to prove it by doing your part to actively support freedom.
Xenophobia definition: dislike or prejudice against people from other countries.
Prescott cannot become “the premier community in the Southwest” without fully funded public schools.
A Courier reader wrote a rant called “Stop Your Bellyaching.” Suggesting we should shut up and accept higher fuel prices. Why?
With the fast pace, leaps and steps going on with construction, a huge shout out to Peri & Everett Sharp of Sharp Safety Consulting for teaching and certifying many Yavapai County Contractors Association members in OSHA 10 and OSHA 30.
This is in response to the Talk of the Town column by Robert Pike on March 9.
Most reasonable people agree that we should be responsible stewards of our planet and the abundant resources God has provided.
Recent television advertisements by political candidates that focus on challenges with unlawful immigration and violence at our border have prompted me to ask concerned citizens to consider three questions.
Interesting article in Thursday’s paper about the 18 traffic stops for speeding on Iron Springs Road.
Thank you, Daily Courier, for warning us (Sunday, March 6) about the proposed new, six-story hotel right in the middle of historic downtown Whiskey Row.
As an architectural student, a long-time critic of so-called progressive development, and a historian who’s written 70 books, most with historical research at their heart, to my surprise I have to be in favor of the proposed hotel on Whiskey Row.
I wish to respond to the article “Stringfield Ranch get Yavapai County Board of Supervisors approval.”
We appreciated the editorial acknowledgment of the work that the Prescott Litter Lifters do for the community. (Daily Courier 3/3/22)
Regarding Dick Polman’s column, “Republicans aiding the enemy.” Apparently, Polman has selective memory loss when it comes to “rallying around a sitting president during a time of international crisis.”
I am astounded daily by the rude, irresponsible, dangerous way people in this city drive!
This could or may have already happened in your neighborhood. Zoning changes made without factual, moral consideration of the residential area in question.
On Feb. 27, while traveling with my daughter, who is from Hawaii, with her driving, we encountered the closure of Highway 89 at Pioneer Parkway; we found it completely closed.
Following some very tense months, we wish to express our appreciation to the more than two thirds of the Arizona legislators who voted to allow public district schools to exceed the Aggregate Expenditure Limit for this year.
I’d like to extend a great big country THANKS to all the great folks in and around Prescott for the wonderful attendance and reception of the premiere of my film “Eye For Eye,” the concert by Shane Clouse, and the costume contest.