University advocates on Saturday with much fanfare unveiled a custom-designed, carved sign to mark the site of a future campus in Payson.
Forecasters see chance of ‘Super El Niño’ snowpack
Rim Country got drenched Monday and Tuesday, a portent of things to come.
Deputies, others trying to recover body of suicide victim
On 10/5/15 around 4:30 pm, approximately 16 sheriff’s deputies, search and rescue and US Forest Service responders were forced to higher ground during a flash flood in Oak Creek Canyon. The responders were conducting a body recovery for a suicide that occurred off Midgely Bridge.
Valley conference highlights forest health
Six important projects on National Forest lands in the Salt and Verde River watersheds have been selected as the high-priority projects that businesses and residents can invest in as part of the Northern Arizona Forest Fund (NAFF), a partnership between Salt River Project and the National Forest Foundation working in close coordination with the U.S. Forest Service.
Supply Line co-founder dies
Early on Monday morning, Oct. 5, Payson Supply Line co-founder Butch Kline passed away peacefully in his sleep, said his wife Kathy.
We’ve lost one of the people who had created the beloved community here in Rim Country.
Rim Country veterans may have as many problems with the Veterans Administration as anyone, but they also have access to help with those problems through the Arizona Department of Veterans Services.
The First Annual Rim Country Senior Expo is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday, Oct. 9 at Messinger Community Room, 901 S. Westerly Rd., Payson.
What isn’t the Mogollon Monster 100-mile race?
Say October and what comes to mind? Halloween, of course, when mothers are busy making or shopping for costumes for their little darlings. (Maybe some fathers help with costumes, but I don’t know any.)
A recent article in the Payson Roundup by Michele Nelson, publication date 9/22/15, regarding the PSWID decision to shut off water to one of our area residents contained several statements and misrepresentations that I would like to clear up.
The Pine Strawberry School Buffalo archery team is picking up where it left off last season when it won the National Archery in Schools Program Arizona State Championship and advanced to the national finals in Louisville, Ky.
Payson posts first win in Lakeside since 1981
LAKESIDE – Payson’s banged up football team walked into the lion’s den on Friday night.
Time Out Shelter would like to give a great big thank you to the sponsors, donors, volunteers and attendees of the fundraiser at Pirate’s Hideaway on Saturday, Sept. 26.
“Obama Administration and UN Announce Global Police Force to Fight ‘Extremism’ in U.S.” (Breitbart.com). this occurred on Wednesday last.
I cannot express the pride I have in the Roundup team — from the top down!
The Northern Gila County Fair thanks the members of the community for stopping by the fair over the Sept. 11-13 weekend.
Girlfriend reconciles, pleads for boyfriend despite two incidents
After two domestic violence altercations with his girlfriend in less than a year, a Gila County Superior Court judge Monday sentenced a Payson man to jail, probation and a lengthy term of community service.
Police consider incident a case of self-defense after altercation
The owner of Crosswinds Restaurant died Monday afternoon after he was shot three times Saturday afternoon in the Home Depot parking lot.
On Saturday, Oct. 10, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. the Payson Police Department, in partnership with the Sy Harrison No. 70 Masonic Lodge and the Gila County Sheriff’s Office, is offering identification kits and GPS tracking bracelets for seniors.