Prescription drugs are an expense that Arizona residents already struggle to afford. Now, as Congress debates how to lower the cost of medications for people, the FDA is moving in the opposite direction and proposing a new policy (GFI #256) that could raise the cost of many medications for pets by more than 300%!
I am writing in regards to the Kelly Paradis column, “Love is patient; love is kind,” published on Feb. 13.
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.
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.
This past week The Daily Courier published a letter, “Ides of March” by Richard Shoemaker, which offended some readers.
Concerning the article about pre-construction work underway for I-17 major improvement project, we drive back and forth from Prescott to Glendale often...
Yavapai County Superior Court Judge Anna Young (Feb. 12 article) is an inspiring and valuable account of leadership helping to turn lives around for the positive benefit of youth and community.
The right to work is a fundamental right here in Arizona, but it’s truly sad to see some lawmakers in Washington angling to tilt the scales in favor of unions and against the local Prescott businesses that keep our community strong.
Let me begin by respectfully acknowledging that Howard Mechanic has probably forgotten more information about Prescott water usage and history than I’ll ever know. And, yet, I couldn’t help but be taken aback by something he acknowledged deep in his recent column in this newspaper, essentially that our active management area is in “huge overdraft.”
I was so happy to see the law enforcement agencies article, "Multi-agency speed detail nets 123 citations on Prescott-area highways, roads."
I am always impressed with Howard Mechanic’s columns. His latest, Feb. 8, on water serves to emphasize the need for future planning for water and development.
There has been a lot of hoopla recently about our rights as Americans, mostly about not getting vaccinated or wearing masks.
Howard Mechanic’s Talk of the Town column in The Daily Courier on Tuesday, Feb. 8, regarding the City of Prescott providing water outside city limits is based on erroneous assumptions.
Conversations about the preservation of wildlife in proposed and existing developments has become a concern for many in this region of Northern Arizona.
John Lutes and David Frazer both provided recent accomplishments of the Biden Administration. However, I believe they left a few off their lists.
“We have met the enemy and he is us,” quoted by Michael Ellegood, president of the Yavapai County Education Foundation’s board. He is stating the truth...
Certainly Wednesday’s letter from John Lutes deserves a rebuttal. The Biden administration that he praises so glowingly has failed miserably.
Over the past year, President Joe Biden has delivered for families right here in Yavapai County and across Arizona. Just weeks after taking office and inheriting a disaster of a country, the Biden administration has worked tirelessly to pass the American Rescue Plan.