You may have noticed how the governor, the Arizona attorney general, and Arizona’s lawmakers keep pushing for exemptions for the financial industry from a range of regulations, both state and federal, while, at the same time, imposing needless restrictions on local governments throughout Arizona.
With news published in The Daily Courier this week about one of the 11 remaining Navajo Code Talkers, Peter MacDonald — getting fitted for a hearing aid, with the assistance of a local business — it seems like a good time to consider, again, even though we are somewhat south of the Navajo Nation, its remarkable language.
As you have seen in The Daily Courier this week, the City of Prescott’s continuing plans to manage social interactions in the city’s attractive downtown district will soon include installation of signs to warn the public away from making impromptu contributions to other members of the public.
If sharing is caring, then former Intel manager Denise Herst cares a lot about teens in Yavapai County.
Fr. Pierre-Henry Buisson — rector of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Prescott — was born more than 5,000 miles away from Arizona, in Rochefort, France, and began his career as a clergyman in his native land.