Kaitie’s Closet will be moving into a new building next week located at 814 N. Beeline Highway.
PHOENIX – The two major-party candidates for Arizona governor agree on a few things when it comes to the contentious issue of immigration:
The playoffs are on the line at 7 p.m. Friday at Payson High School as the Longhorns host Show Low in the final football game of the regular season
About 60 people attended the annual Payson Community Garden potluck dinner.
State courts have ruled that Arizona owes public schools a first payment of more than $300 million for failing to make annual inflation adjustments to base funding as called for by a voter-approved law. Over five years, the bill could be $1.6 billion.
Pine-Strawberry’s chief has dodged death, saved lives
He has climbed the highest peak on four continents, survived two near-death experiences, put out aircraft fires, headed up two large fire departments and even knows how to lay cement.
Halloween is just around the corner! Remember to stay safe while you’re out and about.
Arizona charges low, but ‘conservation’ rates may not work
Several surprising conclusions have emerged from a comprehensive survey of water systems of Arizona.
Hiking group members 'wanna be like Ray'
With a spry skip in his step, a song in his heart and surrounded by 33 well-wishers, Ray Kinsman celebrated in his 90th birthday this week — where else but on the trail.
Martin: $78,000 contract yields millions in federal funds
Tommie Martin wants Gila County to have a full arsenal as it continues to do battle in Washington, D.C. for federal money. Since 2006, that arsenal has included the big guns of Jefferson/Bose (Bose), a lobbying firm — experience, expertise and connections.
Voters won’t save much if they reject school override
As homeowners tear open their latest property tax notices, confusion abounds about how various ballot measures may affect property tax bills.
Terry Goddard, candidate for Secretary of State, will be visiting Payson at 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30.
Unity of Payson, represented by Spiritual Leader Dr. Lynnette Brouwer, recently presented their monthly tithe check to Perla Guereque for Payson Community Kids.
The abuse started at the age of 19. She met a man and fell in love; it only took her one month to say, “I love you” and two months to move in together.