Walmart was evacuated Monday morning after a bomb threat.
Pine archers prove the bigger they come the harder they fall
David slaying Goliath was a walk in the park compared to what Pine Strawberry School accomplished at the 2015 Arizona Archery in Schools State Championships held March 14 at Ben Avery Shooting Range near Phoenix.
There is a little less than a month to file taxes and local AARP Tax-Aide volunteers are still available to help residents file free.
Fire budget threatens to sap maintenance, recreation programs
The Forest Service is struggling to increase the pace of forest restoration and thinning efforts, but the soaring cost of fighting wildfires threatens to “cripple” the agency, U.S. Department of Agriculture Under Secretary for Natural Resource and Environment Robert Bonnie this week told the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee.
A disaster at the Pine Community Center a little more than two years ago has become a blessing. And it’s a blessing with a delightful surprise.
What could be more fun than green mustard on St. Patrick’s Day?
Arizona hospitals and doctors face a potential disaster scenario this year, with lawsuits and state proposals pending that could hit them hard on the bottom line.
Gosar joins effort to restore federal payments nationally
Congressman Paul A. Gosar (R-Prescott), whose district includes Rim Country, joined in the call for restored funding for the Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) program and the State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (SCAAP) in fiscal year 2016.
We’re delighted to learn that Rep. Paul Gosar has taken the lead in Congress in a bipartisan attempt to restore urgently needed federal payments to rural counties hobbled by the impact of the federal governments vast holdings in the west.
Station owner cites gas war
After months of paying amongst the highest gas prices in the state, Payson drivers now pay some of the lowest.
School buses first to use newly rebuilt roadway after $25 million repair is completed following 2013 landslide
At approximately 4:15 p.m. Friday, US 89 south of Page was reopened to traffic for the first time following a Feb. 20, 2013, landslide that caused catastrophic damage to the roadway, requiring a 23-mile closure between the junction of State Route 98 in Page and US 89A near Bitter Springs.
When and why did tax increase become the two most desired words in the English language to our state politicians?
Officials are investigating a suspicious vehicle fire in Star Valley Tuesday evening.
Had meant to compliment photographer DJ Craig sooner on the magnificent spread of pictures and article that appeared in our paper recently.
Today is the deadline to register for the Spring Co-Ed Adult Softball League featuring competitive and recreational divisions.
Outdoors Under the Rim
Spring is officially here, the days are getting longer, early flowers are blooming, and the gobblers have been sounding off in the woods.
If the inequity in Gila County policies and spending between north and south continues, maybe it’s time to seriously consider a split from Globe and Southern Gila County.
The Payson Town Council recently took the first step toward consolidating the Design Review Board with the Planning and Zoning Commission.
Brian Young believes that winning and losing comes second to the overall experience of the athletes.
County attorney accused
A former deputy county attorney has filed a discrimination claim with the Arizona Attorney General’s Office against the Gila County Attorney’s Office.