Regarding Mr. Gus Scott’s question in “Our Readers Speak” published Jan. 28 about Dr. Charles Leib’s grave site at Prescott’s Masonic Cemetery.
Noted in The Daily Courier, Sunday, Jan. 30, page 1A, above the fold: “County commemorates ‘topping out’ of new Justice Center jail.”
RE: “County commemorates ‘topping out’ of new Justice Center jail” – Former County Supervisor Randy Garrison in the photo is the supervisor who said the jail couldn’t be placed downtown because “the criminals are too dangerous to release downtown.”
It is with interest that I read Howard Fischer’s article published Jan. 19 about “HB2112.”
Regarding Worcester P. Bong’s article in Days Past published Jan. 16, 2022, the online site for the Masonic Cemetery does not have a listing for Dr. Leib Lane or his wife, Mary!
I read Mr. Roy H. Smith’s piece on Winners and Losers, re: the Sundog Connector.
I write to congratulate the Humboldt Unified School District on undertaking personalized instruction.
I hope that Rick Terry’s beautiful equestrian statue in front of City Hall will be moved to a prominent position in town, where it can be enjoyed by all.
Just wondering, if the 2020 census reports that 83% of the Prescott respondents are “white” alone, how does that make Prescott “Everybody’s Hometown”? The United States is less than 60% — at 58% white; the state of Arizona, 54%.
How to solve the need for adequate ambulance and fire service in Prescott and Prescott Valley? While city leaders are wringing their hands over how to fix this, the answer partially lies with the developers ...
I want to inform Yavapai County residents of the national blood crisis recently issued by the American Red Cross. This is different from a blood shortage, seasonal blood shortages are not uncommon in the U.S.
Today (Tuesday), I saw two wildly differing opinion pieces regarding the pandemic. Statements such as, “It seems now to be fairly well established...,” are meaningless with no evidence.
Just want to clarify for Ms. Linda Lutes, RN, that annual TB vaccines are NOT routinely administered in this country.
At Sky Harbor Airport, I asked a police officer at the information booth if so many of the inside businesses were closed because it was after 5 p.m., or due to COVID or staffing.
OK, what now? We have tried education, scientific facts, statistics, common sense and logic in fighting the rapid rise in COVID cases.
It is time for practically every jurisdiction in the western world to acknowledge that they have dismally failed to manage the COVID crisis.
Government officials recently conceded that their hospitalization figures for COVID-19 were overstated substantially due to including those hospitalized for other conditions who tested positive for COVID-19.
This past Sunday’s production of ¡Andalusia! in our own Yavapai College Performing Arts Center may have been the best Arizona Philharmonic concert yet — judging by audience reaction: Frequent bravo’s, olé’s, and maybe the longest standing ovation for a classical concert in Prescott, ever.