Prescott Newspapers, Inc. is temporarily suspending the publishing of The Daily Courier’s Saturday and Monday editions due to impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
I have mixed feelings with this whole coronavirus pandemic. I talk with a lot of people who are, frankly, scared.
Our society has become one of live-streaming meetings and town halls. Never before have we been locked out, locked down or told to stay at home this much.
I want you to meet a man who was an inspiration to me, a giant among businessmen and fathers. He helped shape my life over the past 28 years and will be sorely missed.
Big Brother is watching — and, in this case, I am glad for it.
The first case of coronavirus in Prescott is a "senior citizen." That is all Yavapai County Community Health Services knows at the moment.
Bars, gyms and movie theaters in Yavapai County are being notified to close per Gov. Doug Ducey’s orders, said Terri Farneti, public health coordinator with Yavapai County Community Health Services.
• SHOPPING — On Wednesday, March 18, I was on a quest: green or brown lentils.
While you are looking for toilet paper in the Quad Cities (there isn’t any), some common sense measures are kicking in (or, apparently not).
Public school districts in Prescott and Prescott Valley will close for the next two weeks “to protect the safety and well-being of students and staff” because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) threats to the community.