Editorial cartoon (1): Feb. 19, 2022
If the central argument for President Joe Biden’s election in 2020 was his competence and decades of experience in Washington, three numbers in a new nationwide Quinnipiac University poll are a warning shot for the White House and Democrats as they look to hold their majorities in the U.S. House and Senate.
As the prices at the pump continue to fluctuate (higher?), and the suggestion has surfaced to suspend at least temporarily the federal gas tax (more than 18 cents per gallon)...
The new Prescott City Council is demonstrating refreshing transparency while debating a revised water policy.
Can two communities co-exist and work together for the good of the area while still developing their own identity and proceeding in a positive direction for all our citizens? The answer is a resounding YES!
Two sure signs that the 2022 mid-term campaigning has begun: Candidates’ television spots are bombarding viewers, and the Capitol Hill rumor mill is grinding away.
A few days ago, I read the “COVID-19 Update” in The Daily Courier that reported a Harvard study has concluded that those who report eating more “fruits, vegetables and legumes” have a 9% lower risk of getting COVID and those who eat the most fruits, vegetables have a 41% lower risk of developing severe COVID.
Editor: On behalf of Prescott Valley American Legion Post 140 and Earnest A. Love Post 6 in Prescott, we would like to publicly thank Prescott Valley Vice Mayor Lori Hunt for taking her personal time, away from town business, to train for and become a judge at the American Legion High School Oratorical Scholarship Program.
First, a word of thanks for all the feedback on last week’s column. I had no idea there were so many fellow “Reacher” fans in our area, and I appreciated all the emails.
So, I read in Tuesday’s Courier that the West is in the worst mega-drought in 1,200 years, and it’s being blamed on human-caused climate change.
Joe Zarnoch responded to my Feb. 8 Talk of the Town column on water outside the city limits.
Thinking back over my years brings me snout to snout with a number of emotions. One of them is remorse about things I said to my parents, my friends.