Elisabeth Ruffner may not be happy about this, or at a minimum controversies live on.
Prescott lost something this past week — its magnitude is almost unfathomable.
• SUNSHINE— As you have seen in the pages of the Courier this week, it is Sunshine Week. This is an effort to show the importance of public records and transparency in government.
We have a difficult situation — call it an ongoing conundrum: People often call to complain we did not observe a certain “day.”
Kohl’s is trying something new, shrinking 10 of its stores and leasing out that part to Planet Fitness in 2019, the corporation announced Tuesday, March 5.
ROBO THIS! — I hate robo calls. There, I said it. I imagine you don’t exactly like them either.
No word yet about Prescott-area locations
Nearly 400 Family Dollar stores will close in 2019, but the discount retail company is not yet sharing which stores will or may close, said Kayleigh M. Painter, manager of Investor and Media Relations for Dollar Tree Inc., which owns Family Dollar.
Today, March 3, kicks off the Courier Cares “Lew Loves the Zoo” fundraiser. The Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary, 1403 Heritage Park Road, Prescott, is a “rescue” zoo — meaning,
Our lawmakers in Phoenix are at it again — being too literal, at a minimum; or wasting time in general.
It has been called “Snow-mageddon,” and a record-setting storm. I say the past five days has been a lot of fun!