Most of the juicy discussion at Thursday’s Payson Town Council meeting will take place behind closed doors.
A number of different speakers will visit the Senior Circle in the coming weeks.
If you have forgotten or can’t find what you came for, please do not park your shopping cart in the middle of the aisle while you are looking, making it impossible for other shoppers to get through.
The Payson High School Marketing Program has received a $1,000 grant from Safeway Inc.
A U.S. Department of Education report lists Arizona as having the nation’s highest rate of student loan defaults, but where the state really stands comes down to how you view the numbers.
Times are good for Payson High School’s band, fresh from winning its first awards in years and awaiting new uniforms after four years of fund-raising efforts.
What do you know about marijuana (cannabis)? What do you know about medical marijuana? What do you know about Arizona’s Proposition 203?
I live in a neighborhood close to the national forest. There is a trail around the block that often gets used by ATVs.
The Roundup’s recent Oct. 1 story about improvement work along State Route 87 south of Sunflower certainly helps advise Payson area residents about possible delays.
I imagine by now some folks are asking why I keep writing ... well, along with 11 percent of my gross money going to state and local sales taxes, (this does not include federal tax mind you,) and my water bill doubling each year, the county just cashed my check for over $2,000 for my yearly cost of living here, aka property tax.
Big Brothers Big Sisters had a very successful Bowl for Kids’ Sake fund-raising event on Sunday, Sept. 26 at Rim Country Lanes
In the dozen or so years I’ve lived in Payson, no congressional representative from this district has done as good a job of reaching out and communicating with constituents as Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick.
I suggest this not just for Payson, but for the surrounding areas — Gisela, Strawberry, Pine, Star Valley and other communities close by, even Camp Verde. A nonprofit organic farmers market would be great.
building in Payson after Wendell Stevens.
If we want our democracy to make it through the 21st century, we cannot continue to increase the disparity of wealth between the rich and the middle class
This past weekend, the Payson Airport and Crosswinds Restaurant hosted our regional Grumman-American aircraft fly-in. Despite unsettled weather, 17 aircraft and 29 pilots and guests enjoyed the excellent airport and air-camping facilities at the Payson Regional Airport and the excellent food and service at the Crosswinds Restaurant.
One would think that during such hard economic times and people are scrambling to try to make ends meet, there would be more opportunities for people to showcase their products/services to sell and help pay the bills.
In an Oct. 1 letter, “Allen will honor right to life,” C. Suhr expresses the opinion of those who seek to impose their beliefs on others, missing the point of our state and national constitutions.
You hold the Tuesday paper in your hands. But by the time we publish again on Friday, odds are another Arizona resident will most likely have been murdered by an intimate partner.
Hospice Compassus will again offer the Life After Loss course for persons who have lost a loved one through death. This is a six-week course meeting from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Tuesdays starting Oct. 5.
Payson campus may forge relationship with Gila Community College
Gila Community College remains one vital piece in the jigsaw puzzle of a Payson university campus.
Arizona already labors at a big disadvantage when it comes the education level of its work force, although studies show that a state’s economy depends on the size of its college-educated work force. That applies to both the state’s ability to attract new industry and on the tax base.
A federal judge has rejected pleas from environmentalists and the Tonto Apache Tribe, and will allow the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to pull desert-nesting bald eagles from the Endangered Species List.
Thursday March calls attention to the 100 victims murdered each year in Arizona
The Payson Town Council can declare October “Domestic Violence Month,” but the Payson police know the grim truth: Every month is domestic violence month for dispatchers.
Universities must change to accommodate projected 50- percent enrollment growth by offering low-cost degrees
Pity Tantalus, tormented by thirst in Hades by being made to stand neck deep water that dropped out of his reach every time he stooped to drink.
The Payson Farmers Market is finishing a successful second season during which it more than doubled in size, expanded its sales and began to cement itself as a Saturday tradition in Rim Country.
Payson Unified School District will receive $1.4 million over the next three years from a federal grant to expand its physical education program.
Eighty-five youths turned out for the free airplane orientation flights at the Payson Airport Saturday.
If you have been a real estate agent long enough, you discover the many different buyer types and personalities. A personal favorite is the buyer who loves every property they are shown.
The Payson Women’s Golf Association had a light month of play in September, except for a few out of town tournaments. There were eight Payson women participating in the Northern Arizona Women’s Golf Association partners tournament, which was held in Flagstaff.
No one would blame the Lady Longhorn volleyball players if they are a little edgy when they take the floor tonight, Oct. 5, in Fountain Hills to challenge the Falcons.
Town recreation coordinator Trevor LaHaye, who has been at his job only about a month, is concerned that the upcoming seventh- and eighth-grade basketball league might fold.
With 72 teams competing, including both Payson High teams, the Queen Creek Desert Twilight Cross Country Festival at the Toka Sticks Golf Course in Gilbert is one of the most popular mid-season meets in the state.
It’s not often that a high school football coach develops a big time reputation for his intellect and spirituality. After all, holiness and brainpower don’t seem to go hand in hand with those who teach teenagers to put helmets and pads on and then violently collide with one another.
The Payson Longhorns’ 14-7 loss to the Snowflake Lobos on Friday evening in PHS stadium renders the outcome of four remaining games all important in the team’s pursuit of a state playoff berth.