The Friday Catchall: • GUNS – A recent letter to the editor posed the question of whether anyone finds it “creepy in this age of mass murders by gunfire … (that) Prescott finds it necessary to celebrate its cowboy heritage” with reenacted shootouts downtown.
This week was an interesting exercise in investments, or at least learning (more) about them.
Kimberly Yee was the champion of Arizona student journalists seeking First Amendment protections.
Every time a tax increase is proposed, we at the Courier hear from two different camps — those who look at it as a glass half-full scenario, and those who are what I refer to as doomsday-ers (looking only at the biggest number).
• IRISH POT OF CASH — I do not have a problem with people who use medical marijuana for a legitimate reason.
A crew worked on a new traffic signal at Glassford Hill Road and Lakeshore Drive in Prescott Valley on Monday morning, July 22.
While working on a project on the front porch several years back, movement out of the corner of my eye caused me to turn to the east. It was a man walking across my property.
Increases in relative humidity and cloud cover are contributing to a gradual deescalation of the Cellar Fire, which was at about 7,512 acres Monday morning, July 22, the Forest Service reported.
What a difference a week makes, huh?! The Cellar Fire, which was ignited by lightning south of Prescott on Sunday, July 14, has taken hold and torched more than 6,500 acres.