While considering my resolutions for 2014 and looking at dCourier.com, I was struck by our community's amount of giving. Every year around Christmas time, we see wonderful displays of Prescott-area residents' charitable hearts.
Listen up, NFL. It's bad enough you messed with my Super Bowl. Now you're messing with messing with it.
Hello Simply Fit readers. Does it cost more to eat a healthy diet? According to a study by The Harvard School of Public Health, the answer is yes, and the price difference is about $1.50 per day per person. This equates to about $550 per year, and over $2,200 for a family of four. I don't know about you, but I don't have that much extra cash burning a hole in my pocket.
Keeping up with Prescott's official title of "Arizona's Christmas City," a cornucopia of holiday events are taking place this year. Click this story to see some of these Holiday Happenings in and around Prescott, Arizona.
It is not a new concept: competition. Many years ago, the state of Arizona took the nation's lead in educational alternatives - spearheading the charter school concept.
The Daily Courier asked readers to submit photos of their veterans for our 2013 Veterans Salute feature. The special printed section published on Veterans Day, Monday, Nov. 11, 2013. This article contains links to three galleries with the submitted Veterans Salute photos and the 100 words readers provided on each photo to tell us about the veteran and their connection to the local area.
Real life star of the movie will be at Harkins Theatres Friday, Nov. 15, 2013. (Click for video preview)
Residential solar is at risk here in Arizona if a proposed APS rate hike is approved by the Arizona Corporation Commission. The new rate structures would specifically require all grid connected solar-electric producing customers to sell 100 percent of their generated electricity to APS at wholesale ($.04c per kilowatt hour), and then buy back this same electricity from APS at the full retail rate ($0.12c per kilowatt hour) for any power consumed.
It was the right call. Boston third baseman Will Middlebrooks knew what he was doing. The call was correct.But I still love the play by Middlebrooks.
One thing is certain about the NCAA's absurd "punishment" handed down Tuesday for the University of Miami football program's transgressions.
Quad-Cities Health Care Focus special section of the Daily Courier. Click to see special flip page edition.
I recently approved/posted a reader's article comment that urged the City of Prescott to "fairly compensate" its employees. The rub: the person they care about "hasn't had a raise in six years."
Hello Simply Fit readers. It's my favorite time of the year. The leaves are changing, the mornings are crisp, the evenings are perfect for a cozy bonfire in the back yard and the days are perfect for a long cool ride on the Harley.
A handful of baseball teams get to enjoy the splendor of playoff ball in October.For everyone else, it's back to the drawing board. Even for the so-called good teams.Anything less than a playoff berth is, for most teams, unacceptable.
View second gallery by fallen hotshot Christopher MacKenzie containing Doce & West Spruce Fire photos
The Granite Mountain Hotshots pose under the world record alligator juniper on June 22, 2013 that the crew saved during the Doce Fire on Granite Mountain. Photo recovered from the personal camera of Granite Mountain Hotshot Christopher MacKenzie following the horrific Yarnell Hill Fire that killed 19 of the Granite Mountain Hotshots on June 30, 2013.
Granite Mountain Hotshot Dustin DeFord, center, and other Granite Mountain Hotshots watch as fire and smoke from the Yarnell Hill Fire moves across the terrain below them at 4:02 p.m. on June 30, 2013. Photo recovered from the personal camera of Granite Mountain Hotshot Christopher MacKenzie following the horrific Yarnell Hill Fire that killed 19 of the Granite Mountain Hotshots on June 30, 2013.
Granite Mountain Hotshot Christopher MacKenzie shot these last two video clips shortly after 4:00 p.m. on June 30, 2013. These are the last images of the hotshots before they tragically died fighting the Yarnell Hill Fire at approximately 4:50 p.m.
Net neutrality is the principle that government, as well as Internet Service Providers (ISPs), treat all data equally.
Last week, in Part I of the interview, Cooper Carr reflected on his youth in Prescott and on his path to becoming a hotshot and a firefighter. Read Part II of the interview below for more about Cooper's youth and his concerns for youth today.
SURPRISE, AZ - Officers from the Surprise Police Department are calling on the public to help them find a missing 14-year-old girl. Vaghe Cain, 14, left her home in Surprise, Ariz. at around 7:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 6.
What good is the day before the start of the NFL season without Super Bowl picks?Let's first look at who Vegas likes.
The United States is knocking on the door of war and, while the right thing to do is not turn a blind eye to the killing of innocents by chemical means, this country does not need another Afghanistan or Iraq.
Cooper Carr is a young, native Prescottonian, a former Prescott Hotshot and currently a firefighter and youth advocate. Cooper generously agreed to answer my questions about what it was like growing up in Prescott in the 80's and how he became a firefighter.
About three months ago, my 13-year-old son Tommy, told me - in a very disappointing tone - that he was unable to complete a chin-up at school. I hated to see him so upset so I offered my motherly/personal trainer advice.