The cellphone tower debate of late, from my standpoint, is the culmination of many community issues.
Ballot measures, as I have said for years, need to be vetted before they go to the voters.
A little gem came across my desk a while back … a March 28, 1997 column by the late Jim Garner, then-Courier editor. In it, he stated that the Legislature had approved a record $5.2 billion state budget that Gov. Fife Symington was poised to sign.
Well, the sniffle-sneeze season is underway.
At times, I wonder if Prescottonians know what they have in a “vibrant downtown.”
The news announcer on the TV declared Thursday morning, March 18, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is considering a change to social distancing rules: 3 feet instead of 6 feet.
Children who will turn 21 this year were born in 2000 (let that sink in for a second). Technology has changed a lot since then.
If you came late to the party, long-held views that the Prescott area is in the middle of three overlapping ecosystems that have the potential for 10 months of allergies is not comforting.