The Friday Catchall: • SHOTS – With great consternation, it seems, people read the recent Courier story about Dignity Health-Yavapai Regional Medical Center pushing its vaccination-mandate-for-employees deadline from November 2021 to February 2022.
Goldwater Lake, located south of downtown Prescott, has experienced a fish die-off similar to recent fish kills at smaller lakes in the Prescott National Forest — including Mingus, Granite Basin and Horsethief Basin.
“Don’t horde money, buy gold,” is what friends of mine have been saying for years. And you’ve likely heard this in recent radio commercials.
It is a myth that if you are vaccinated for COVID-19, you won’t get sick.
The last time I sat in my recliner and watched television was the week ending July 30, 1998. Yep, ...
As I think about my father today, on his birthday, one of my fondest memories is of the time Dad and I went to the U.S. Open golf championship. It was 1978 at Cherry Hills in Denver. The pro to see was Jack Nicklaus.
When it comes to medical transport in the Quad Cities, there’s a high-stakes debate going on.
The news story about “Mary Anne” and “Ginger” — the little Prescott pigs that were lost or stolen on Sept. 7 — has a happy ending.
As I sit here trying to imagine a Quad Cities without water – maybe not in my lifetime but someday, pundits say – I marvel at the theoretical water wars.