A convincing season-opening win over Glendale Cortez followed by a bye week should have the Longhorn football team (1-0) chomping at the bit when it arrives in Apache Junction tonight (Friday).
The Payson entries in the Central Arizona Youth Football Association turned in an unbeaten opening day that some involved in the organization acknowledge might be a first.
These beautiful rains will go a long way toward keeping our surviving trees healthy. Wildflowers are blooming everywhere and the weeds are thriving.
A 13-year-old Star Valley boy was injured Wednesday during a school field trip after falling from a rock ledge into the East Verde River.
I agree with the Pozorskis and Susan Kovacic concerning the underhanded tactics of the "out of state" trash company.
A drug interdiction officer with the Gila County Sheriff's Office (GCSO) recovered 231 pounds of marijuana during a routine traffic stop last week.
This story is told through the eyes of Julie Eckhardt, mother of 8-year-old Younger Eckhardt who wandered into the wilderness and got lost near his Gibson Ranch home Tuesday.
Only one of the three bond initiatives in Tuesdays municipal election passed, and by a narrow margin.
Residents of the Roosevelt Lake area got the brunt of Tuesday's storms that moved through the state.
Gila County Sheriff's officers arranged a sting operation Wednesday that led to the arrest of an Apache Junction man attempting to sell a stolen car in Payson.
Gila County Manager John Nelson now has the administrative duties of the Pine Strawberry Water Improvement District on his "to do" list.
A $823,000 Homeland Security grant will help emergency communications in Gila County.
Gila County Attorney Daisy Flores honored the late Sgt. Doug Johnson with her quarterly Officer Recognition Award at the most recent meeting of the board of supervisors.
Payson's new Main Street Project Manager plans to use her experience to get off to a fast start when she assumes her duties Sept. 29.
Thanks to only 42 votes, one bond issue -- Public Safety, was approved by registered Payson voters who chose to participate in the election.
As a concerned parent of one of the seventh-grade students who protested the lunches at the middle school, I feel there was a lot left out of the story.
After reading Corinne Leslie's letter to the editor regarding an unsettling encounter with a man on horseback, I felt compelled to write you.
Q: Doesn't signing your mail-in ballot compromise anonymous voting?
It's a new concept in home building for Arizona. Only a little more than two years ago, Bob Evans brought a different kind of factory constructed home to the state from West Virginia. His business, Touchdown Sales, was started in Mesa.
Mildred Bruchez, 84, died Sept. 11, 2003.
Phyllis Kathryn Gascoigne, 83, of Gisela, died Sept. 9, 2003 in Payson.
Karl Russell Knotts, 87, of Payson died Sept. 9, 2003.
Mary J. Hilgendorf, 67, of Vicksburg, Mich., formerly of Durand, Mich., died Sept. 4, 2003 at her winter home in Payson.
Valerie Cecilia Peck, 84, of Payson, died Sept. 9, 2003.
Wilford Smith, 87, died Sept. 7, 2003 in Joseph City.
Roxie Diane Sturgis, 53, of Payson, died Sept. 9, 2003.
Wilfred "Bill" Monte Young, 73, of Strawberry, died Sept. 8, 2003.
Following two days of almost non-stop volleyball action in Wilson dome and the Payson High School gym, Flagstaff Sinagua edged Sahaurita for the championship of the 18-team Payson Invitational Tournament.
If the Rim Country Middle School Maverick seventh-grade football team continues to play with the fervor it showed in its opener, the squad could be steaming toward a banner season.
It didn't take Jennie Cohen long to become one of the more accomplished runners in high school cross country competition.
The Longhorn cross country team's appearance in the prestigious Peaks Invitational wrapped up with the proverbial "good news, bad news" scenario.
There are a number of people around the village who have gardens and are canning their harvest.
Tuesday was the 24th Annual Flatlanders Party here in Christopher Creek, although it rained and stormed all day and many should have stayed inside.
Proud parents Jack and Amy Lloyd, along with grandparents Sam and Barbara Brewer of Payson and John and Ann Lloyd of Hot Springs, Ark., wish to share the arrival of Jackson Jay with everyone
Shyann Saunders was born July 14, 2003 into the loving family of Randy and Michelle Saunders.