The National Football League has put its proverbial foot down when it comes to National Anthem protests.
It is time to close the Prescott National Forest. Forests to the north and east of Yavapai County have done so, because of drought conditions and lack of precipitation.
On Friday many of us watched in anguish as multiple wildfires ignited near the Viewpoint subdivision in Prescott Valley.
“Election season is here,” someone commented to The Daily Courier this past week.
The issue of roadside memorials seems to never go away.
To the common citizen, opioid abuse exists only among drug abusers; however, among us are people who “maintain” on painkillers that are opioids.
Service dogs seem to be fairly common nowadays. Question: Is that dog you see “really” a service dog?
We have seen the signs, even in recent months.
“A house divided against itself cannot stand… I do not expect the house to fall …” – Abraham Lincoln
Sadly, social media has become the go-to — when the best call is to alert the police.
It is a bad mix: when people drive a vehicle while drunk or high on drugs.
On Tuesday, Feb. 13, eight students from Paradise Valley High School placed their backpacks on the ground, then laid down on the floor.
Poll: How would you prefer to fund necessary road improvements or the Highway Patrol?
If it looks like a duck, feels like a duck, and sounds like a duck, it might be a duck.
Paul Gosar was elected to represent the people of this district as our representative in Washington, D.C. His words and actions reflect on all of us.
Thankfully, tragedies do not happen every day.