Christopher Creek ... the last place on the way to somewhere. That is how it seems the last couple of weeks. Not much has been happening and not many folks have been around. So, what do we talk about without making stuff up?
Chapter 3 – The Lodge During Zane Grey’s first several hunting seasons in Arizona he stayed with the Anderson Lee Haught family in their cabin near Tonto Creek.
January is the first month of the New Year; a time to look ahead and work toward making the rest of the year the best it can be.
After years of inaction, Payson hopes to overhaul its fire codes and spur community education and action in clearing brush and creating a Firewise community.
Rep. Bob Thorpe’s (R-Flagstaff) bill to prevent schools and universities from offering classes touching on “social justice” met with a quick end.
The hot topic of discussion in the post office, market, cafes and waterin’ holes the past week has been the status of the two original Milk Ranch wells.
If a person owns more than $50,000 of property in Arizona, it’s time to consider a living trust, explained Gene Adams president and founder of Alpha Omega Family Services.
Part 2 Last week I told how it came about that we had a base house on RAF Upper Heyford in England filled with empty walls, but couldn’t find anything to hang on them that we could afford.
Payson restores mat tourney moniker: Tim Van Horn Memorial back
The Tim Van Horn Memorial Wrestling Tournament scheduled for Friday, Jan. 20 and Saturday, Jan. 21 has been postponed because of the expected winter storm. The tournament has been rescheduled as a one-day event on Friday, Jan. 27.
A second winter storm expected this weekend will probably bring only a couple of inches of snow to Payson by Saturday, according to National Weather Service forecasts.
The Forest Service has failed to address a public safety emergency in Fossil Creek, Pine-Strawberry Fire Chief Gary Morris wrote this week in response to the latest proposed management plan.
New rules for federal transfers
Emboldened with a change in the White House, House Republicans this month approved a rules change with a party-line vote that could make it easier for federal lands to be transferred to states and other entities.
Editor’s note: I’ve had so many people ask me about my Travels with Lobo that I felt obligated to talk about this final journey with him.
The Payson Unified School District board recognized John and Kathy Tiautschold as Heroes of Education at its Jan. 9 meeting.
The Gila County Sheriff’s Office is looking for the public’s help finding who broke into a construction yard and made off with $101,000 in tools.