As pet owners, we are responsible for our pets’ health and well-being, and one of those responsibilities is getting our beloved pets to a veterinarian for annual check-ups.
Frustrated Pine parents decry exposure of kids to mercury
Trace amounts of mercury rising from the Pine-Strawberry School gym floor pose absolutely no risk to children, state representatives and experts assured worried parents this week.
Five people were airlifted Tuesday night after two vehicles T-boned in the State Route 87 and 188 intersection south of Payson.
But unknowns still abound
Definitely. The fall of 2018. For sure.
The Gila Community College board has a critical decision to make — whether to raise tuition.
A 43-year-old man is facing first-degree attempted murder charges after police say he stabbed his mother’s boyfriend multiple times Thursday night, apparently upset at how the man was treating his mother.
The Gila County Sheriff’s Office has released the name of a 34-year-old man who overdosed last week in Tonto Basin.
After a lengthy drug investigation, the Payson Police Department served a search warrant at a home Monday morning where they say significant drug activity was occurring.
Spring opening planned
Crews were busy digging a massive hole on the corner of State Route 87 and East Bonita Street last week as work finally begins on the empty lot.
Rattlin' the Rim
The Pine Strawberry School Science Fair has wrapped up and student projects have moved to the Isabelle Hunt Memorial Library where they will be on public display until Friday, Feb. 12.
We are always telling school kids to think. Nice idea, but ...
Another Week in the Creek
Christopher Creek had a major fire a week or so back and this is my assessment.
Tuesday, Feb. 2 was Ground Hog Day, and lo and behold, he did not see his shadow.
Lafayette Philander Nash made his mark in the Rim Country as a prospector, community leader, postmaster, merchant and miner, but tracing the odyssey of his life proved to be a very confusing search.
SanTan Brewing Company and the National Forest Foundation have launched “Tap to Top,” a refreshing reminder of the importance of watershed health.