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.
I just looked at a picture of Lady Justice. She is blindfolded and carrying a sword.
I am a Marine Corps veteran who was honorably discharged from the Marine Corps but has lived a dishonorable life to this point.
“Home town” no more? Our family retired here 13 years ago having experienced the Prescott of 30 years ago.
We were so grateful to learn that Rocco Giordano of Prescott Valley received his new kidney just weeks after his need for a transplant was shared in an article published in the March 9, 2019, issue of The Daily Courier!
After seeing the Courier’s recent Lynx fire coverage, I hope the fire management locally will be very proactive to use large water tanker planes early in wilderness fires.
When I listen to a piece of music or reread a loved book, I am often amazed at how new it feels, it has touched a new depth, revealed a new meaning, and I can live into this new insight, inhabit eternity in this moment.
For the last many months, there has been a daily “Save the Dells” rant printed in this paper, and I am thinking just about every citizen in the county is aware that there is a large number of folks that think development of this area of the Dells will destroy its beauty and attractiveness as a Prescott landmark.
Recently I read Robert Bokelman’s Letter to the Editor (April 22), “Fireworks at Watson Lake,” and will request that our City Council consider his concern.
The town of Chino Valley is coming up on the date to vote on whether or not we as a town want to raise our property taxes for the purpose of fixing our roads and buying water companies.
With the advent of spring, we think of budding trees, emerging flowers, and the wondrous birth of lambs, bunnies, and human babies.
It was very rewarding to read in the April 18 Daily Courier that Senate Bill 2318 regarding the comprehensive state ban on texting and driving passed.
According to the recently released Program for the International Assessment for Adult Competencies (PIAAC), one in six American adults struggles with basic English literacy.
Editor: Tom Cantlon’s column, “We must be able to teach each other civility,” is either a poor listener or he is attempting to obscure Omar’s comment about 911 attack.
Editor: The driving standards and the lack of traffic enforcement makes for dangerous conditions in the Prescott area.
Trump supporters regularly write to the Courier complaining that his detractors “hate” him.
I get a big kick out of the “Lip Service” provided by the legal eagles in Yavapai County.