We will not reach herd immunity until more than 80% of our population is vaccinated. As long as anti-COVID vaxers continue to resist, COVID will stay, increase and mutate.
Just an update on my previous (rant) — Just this week, a possible update to the idea of boosters, although boosters were not directly tested at all.
I was at the Humboldt school board public “meeting” at which the board listened to the public; mostly parents, a representative from Yavapai County Community Health Services and a licensed medical practitioner.
Below is a partial list of military equipment left in Afghanistan as we surrendered to the Taliban in the worst foreign debacle in our history, according to multiple websites.
Prescott would benefit enormously with an emboldened town planner with responsibilities delineated and assigned by the council that would stretch far beyond the rubber-stamping of a developer’s plans.
Jourdan Wheeler’s “Immigration policies sinking our ship of state” (Aug 31) is partially correct.
In the past few years, initiatives designed to lower labor standards, weaken unions and erode workplace protections have been launched. Such far-reaching and mean-spirited structural changes weaken the bargaining power and political influence of organized labor.
As an old pilot with no connection to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, please let me respond to letters regarding its training flights.
Our house is located on one of the highest points beneath the constant Embry Riddle training flight pattern, so I join the chorus of complaints.
After reading Britt Flores recent column about self-care, I would like to add a caution about the use if essential oils.
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.