Much ado about curriculum, texts
Three years ago, the Payson Unified School District adopted Beyond Textbooks.
There might be a light at the end of the tunnel for the crowded county facilities in Payson.
For the first time, an attorney from Gila County is heading up the State Bar of Arizona.
Check our Little League All-Stars Scoreboard for the latest scores and game schedules as Payson teams compete in several baseball and softball age divisions and check the Roundup's print editions for stories and photos.
Small town, big crowd
It was everything a cozy hometown celebration of the nation’s independence should be, but with 16,000 of your closest friends.
The sentencing for a Payson man convicted of killing his neighbor has been delayed.
Overall, the July 4 weekend in the forest went pretty well, according to Chris Welker, recreation officer for the Payson Ranger District.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) recently released its annual Hot Spots vehicle theft report for 2014. While vehicle thefts are down overall across the country, some cities – including Phoenix – bucked the national trend.
4FRI contractor opens a mill, returns to forest
The stalled Four Forest Restoration Initiative (4FRI) picked up steam in June with the opening of a new mill in Williams, the reopening of the forest to thinning projects, the addition of a second shift to a mill in Heber and plans for a new, high-tech, small log mill in Williams.
Kaitie’s Closet needs help after thieves steal tires off its trailer
When bad things happen to good people, Rim Country’s heart of gold shines the brightest.
Building codes, Firewise can save lives, property
This item should come as no surprise to anyone.
Paddleboarding offers soothing way to get out on the water
I have tried calming my chi with yogis. I carry a yoga mat in my car. I have learned how to sit motionless for hours, and I even have an app on my Kindle that guides me through calming meditational scenes.
Want to spend the weekend camping around Payson? Try one of these lesser known spots to cool off and enjoy beautiful scenery.
Tonto Natural Bridge State Park
The world’s largest natural travertine bridge represents Rim Country’s best-known tourist attraction — but it has also offered a heartening example of how a community and the State Parks can join forces to protect a natural treasure.
The view off the meander of Forest Road 300 stretches for 100 miles and 100 years, following the wagon road General George Crook blazed in the wrenching war with the Apache Indians that defined American history and character.
The best thing about riding in Rim Country is how each trail takes your breath away — not just from all the uphill pedaling, but how almost all the trails wind their way around at some point to a vista.
I stand stalwart with my fly rod in the mighty East Verde, entertaining the hatchery trout to the best of my haphazard abilities.
Share a letter Share an obituary Share a celebration