Congress passed its tax bill to put more money into our pockets.
Hoping all of you had a wonderful Christmas with family and friends.
We live and work in the silhouettes and outlines of Yavapai County size skyscrapers known as multi-story buildings, we travel through streets lined with homes and local businesses and buildings under construction.
As a taxpayer in the Town of Prescott Valley, I am somewhat alarmed that our town is considering raising water rates within a very short time frame.
On July 25, in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, with respect to the case of Davison v. Loudoun County Board of Supervisors, regarding “the constitutional limitations applicable to social media accounts maintained by elected officials,” Judge James Cacheris made the following ruling:
The very name of this bill – Access to Care Act – obfuscates its true intent.
On June 28, my cat, Lara, and I had to evacuate, from the Prescott Country Club in Dewey, because of the Goodwin Fire.
I believe Kelli Ward said what needed to be said about Sen. John McCain. Republican voters in Yavapai County educate themselves to elect candidates of their choice.
I am responding to your editorial in the PV Tribune August 2, 2017, “Kelli Ward’s conduct is unbecoming of a U.S. Senator.”
A number of misconceptions exist regarding Prescott’s Proposition 443.
The phrase, “You are not responsible for what you don’t know, but once you know, you are” and we now know; a successful democratic society is not just about Republicans and Democrats; it is about all of its people, a free press, fairness and willingness to compromise no matter what party affiliation.
I would like to congratulate the town of Prescott Valley for having such a beautiful fireworks display.
On July 1, the Gary Streeter American Legion Post 108 in Prescott Valley hosted the Jerry Germain Memorial Horseshoe Tournament at the Central Arizona Horseshoe Club pits located at the American Legion Park in Prescott Valley.
I think that everyone who watches our government has seen the goings-on in the two East Coast power centers of New York and Washington, taking a distressing turn.
Ken Sain’s column urges that parents should be the proper authority to determine how their children utilize smart phones.