Two domestic violence cases in the past week have illustrated the scheduling and cost juggle posed by the most statistically dangerous of police calls.
Gila Community College will likely take ownership of its buildings soon, but the board tabled the measure Friday to ensure all liabilities are covered.
How many board members does it take to screw in a light bulb? None.
The new construction smell circulated beneath high wooden rafters this week as staff at Rim Country Middle School stretched out in the spacious new structure that opened Tuesday.
The aches and pains of old age now can be avoided, along with many illnesses, say medical experts.
To give is better than to receive, a recent University of Michigan Psychological Science study has revealed, as older people who cared for an ailing spouse for at least 14 hours a week lived longer than others in the study who did not.
Darlene Pierman receives promotion at Edward Jones
Darlene Pierman has been promoted to senior branch office administrator at a Payson branch of the financial services firm, Edward Jones. Pierman has been with Jones for three-and-a-half years.
Nearly 99 percent of Realtors will recommend to their buyers that they get a home inspection as part of the buyer’s due diligence in the home buying process.
Science instructor finds working with students wonderful
I have always enjoyed working with children.
For curious students at Pine Strawberry School, the fair on Wednesday offered the chance to discover answers to elemental questions — for instance, why do teeth need brushing?
The 2009 Black and White Ball was a ringing success. A sold-out crowd helped the Mogollon Health Alliance raise between $35,000 and $40,000, according to MHA executive director Judy Baker.
The family of Julia Christine Wright wants to thank the entire town of Payson.
On Nov. 14, 2008, my husband and I went into Banner Good Sam hospital for a three-day stay for stents in his heart. It turned into a week to get ready for a four-way bypass (cabbage), 15 days in ICU surgery where he developed pneumonia one week in lower ICU and two weeks in acute rehab.
It is with dismay and frustration that we learned that the Payson Unified School District has once again adopted a family-disrupting calendar, with school beginning July 22 and ending May 22.
Historically, the Arizona State Retirement System (ASRS) through the state legislature has provided a subsidy to retired workers on Medicare and residing in the rural counties of Mohave, Gila, Navajo and Apache. The ASRS Health Insurance Program provides two levels of coverage, Medicare Complete and Senior Supplement.
Hard times. Soft hearts
Hear about how state budget cuts will impact schools
Payson Unified School District Superintendent Casey O’Brien will have two public meetings Wednesday to discuss the potential impact of the proposed state budget cuts to K-12 education in Payson.
Mayor offers serious, often surprising overview of the state of the town before citizens group
“We’ve stopped the bleeding,” Payson Mayor Kenny Evans said of the town’s finances before a polite and attentive Citizens Awareness Committee audience.
Brooke Utilities President Bob Hardcastle on Friday signed a joint agreement to begin settlement talks for the purchase of the Pine and Strawberry water companies by the Pine-Strawberry Water Improvement District.
Chilson Ranch ready to send bulldozers into the American Gulch to start grading drainage and streets for a 158-unit luxury condo project
After a three-month detour down a flood-prone wash, the 158-unit Chilson Ranch condo project off Main Street could unleash the bulldozers within about two weeks, says developer Hallie Jackman.
In one the more gripping gestures to occur in high school sports, the Payson High School wrestlerettes donated proceeds from a benefit dinner to the family of a 17-year former classmate and spirit line member killed a week ago.
Tell us it isn’t true, Mr. President.
Queen Creek takes the title, Gilbert Highland second
For the third successive year, the Longhorn wrestling team grappled its way to a third place finish in the Tim Van Horn Memorial Tournament.
Call Bryan Burke’s cell phone and you’ll hear his personalized greeting, “If you can dream it, you can do it.”
Longhorns lose first East game in two seasons to Snowflake
Some of the Payson Longhorns might have forgotten the agony of an East region defeat.