A “rant” that came across my desk recently spoke the truth: These candidates who air negative and accusatory advertisements about their opponents — instead of telling us their stance on issues — do not realize they are actually convincing us not to vote for them
It is with a heavy heart that I have listened to and read readers’ comments about the ordinance concerning distracted driving.
I have received many emails this past week concerning the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors’ action that, as of Nov. 2, will outlaw use of hand-held devices while driving.
Call me whatever you want (ha!), just don’t do it while you’re driving!
Politics are the time when men and women demonstrate their mettle for their fellow citizens, community, state or nation.
It is a strange thing: people expressing their opinions about government issues that can affect their communities — but they do not attend the hearings.
The Daily Courier over the decades has swung right, far right, middle, left, and middle again.
The federal government is looking to extend or increase subsidies to farmers, and raise the ethanol content in gasoline to 15 percent — possibly year-round. I am not a fan.
A disease affecting some mule deer in the Yavapai Hills community and surrounding areas near Prescott has been confirmed by the Arizona Game and Fish Department.
Social media runs rampant
Prescott Police investigated a report Friday evening, Sept. 14, of an armed individual at Prescott High School, 1050 Ruth St., dressed in camouflage clothing, according to a news release.