Payson’s volleyball team lost a fierce battle at Lakeside Blue Ridge on Tuesday, Oct. 24.
Do you have 15 minutes to invest in Payson? On Friday, Oct. 28, town officials want residents to go outside at 10:28 a.m. for 15 minutes to help pick up trash, pick weeds and spruce up the town.
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio trails Democratic challenger Paul Penzone by nearly 15 points and propositions that would legalize marijuana and raise the minimum wage lead in the polls.
Woody Cline says he is running for the District 3 Gila County Board of Supervisors seat to bring about change.
You don’t have to drive up to the Mogollon Rim to check out the great view anymore. Local artists recently completed a mural in the entrance of the Elks Lodge, 1206 N. Beeline Highway, that looks so much like the view from the Rim, you just might fall off the edge.
Where’s the best place in Rim Country to see stars? Well, Star Valley, of course. So the Rim Astronomy Club would like to make star parties a regular feature at the B. Diane McDaniel Community Park in Star Valley by donating a permanently fixed telescope and protective dome to the park.
Hurry, get shopping. This $6,000 giveaway could not be any simpler. Gather all of your receipts from local purchases, including utility bills, and bring them down to the Rim Country Regional Chamber of Commerce on Main Street.
The Payson Town Council approved another $11 million loan from the Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of Arizona Thursday. This is the last loan needed to finish the C.C. Cragin pipeline project.
Payson thieves key on unlocked cars & homes
Although Payson Police have arrested five people suspected in a rash of vehicle break-ins, officers still are urging people to lock up their vehicles.
Students were evacuated from Payson High School and Payson Center for Success Thursday afternoon after a brush fire started between the two schools. The report of a tree on fire came in just before lunch.
The snow (headed) birds have definitely returned to the Green Valley lakes — wide-ranging, migratory bald eagles voting with their wings against a winter in Canada or Alaska.
Fall in central Arizona is always magical. Reds, yellows and oranges can be found, but as a hiker, I must hunt out the nicest spots for fall color. Bear Canyon Lake is one of those spots for yellow.
Last fall, Gila County received a $600,000 grant from the Arizona Nutrition Network for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance and Education Program (SNAP-Ed) of the state health department.
Once again some of the best quilters in Arizona and from throughout the Southwest brought their incredible fabric art to the Rim Country for display at the 2016 Rim Country Quilt Roundup, held Friday, Oct. 14 and Saturday, Oct. 15 at the Mazatzal Hotel & Casino in Payson.
Payson High School and Rim Country Middle School Athletic Director Rich Ormand warned area businesses about a scam involving a fake company supposedly selling advertising on sports calendars, posters, banners and programs to support student-athletic programs.
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