$1.6 million job goes to local contractor
Payson has awarded a $1.5 million contract to build the next phase of the C.C. Cragin pipeline to a local contractor, plus another $158,000 contract to a local engineering firm to supervise the work.
Council approves Payson Airport land exchange extension
The Payson Town Council last week gave the feuding owners of nearly 200 acres of empty land vital to the town’s housing future more time to work out their issues.
It was a rare evening for the Star Valley Town Council. For the first time in a very long time the members were asked to act on a conditional use permit at the May 19 meeting.
It’s not so easy to stand in front of 120 of your classmates who have watched you for 12 years, cry and laugh, goof off and be serious, succeed and fail to share words of wisdom.
A grandmother trying to lose weight after thyroid cancer surgery and a young trainer looking to make her mark came together to succeed in the competitive world of bodybuilding recently.
The Payson Town Council last week moved ahead to rezone a 253-acre Forest Service parcel so that it can only harbor an educational institution or related facilities.
Taylor Pool at Rumsey II on North McLane Road is now open.
The five-man team of Jessie Smith, Dave Rutter, Jim Dalgleish, Troy Neal and John Rikala fired a 182 score to win the Payson Men’s Golf Association’s 4-Man Best Ball Count 3 Scores Tournament on May 20 at Payson Golf Course.
PHOENIX – Based on public input received this year, the Arizona Game and Fish Department has developed a first-draft revision of the hunt guidelines and wants to hear more about how this revision might be improved.
Counselors strive to help addicts
Monika Weldon, the regional program director for Southwest Behavioral, has a frank attitude about addiction and mental health.
Voden murder trial starts with gripping testimony
As Brenda Burnett bent down to grab one of her dog’s toys she heard her husband of 15 years, Randy Burnett, calmly tell her something she had never heard him say before — “Brenda, if you should ever listen to me, listen to me this time. Get back into the house.”
Firefighters on Friday quickly snuffed out a human-caused brush fire about 21 miles northeast of Phoenix off Highway 87.
Barnett also makes first-team all-state
Coaching softball turns out to be a great way to lose weight.
State Forester Jeff Whitney chose his words carefully, like a man photographing bears.
Snow and rain in Strawberry last Saturday dampened the fundraising efforts for Pine Strawberry Fuel Reduction, Inc. to fund a brush pickup program this summer for the communities of Pine and Strawberry.
Payson Area Habitat for Humanity is seeking qualified home-buyers for Habitat homes. Interested applicants are asked to attend one of the upcoming Homeowner Orientation meetings at 6 p.m. on either Wednesday, June 3, July 1 or Aug. 5 to be held at the Payson United Methodist Church, 414 N. Easy St, Payson, in room 205.
The calls have come in since the Roundup reported on a mysterious A-4 jet’s touch and go landing at the Payson Airport on May 5.
Man pleads to witness assault before payout
After a lengthy civil battle, the Town of Payson recently reached a $50,000 settlement with a 27-year-old man who said Payson police officers needlessly beat him up during a 2011 arrest.
Alliance delivers first check
The Rim Country Educational Alliance Thursday took another concrete step toward buying the land to build a 6,000-student university campus in Payson.
Intruder uses pellet gun
Someone snuck onto Suzy and Chris Tubbs’ property on Tyler Parkway Monday night and shot their dog, Ritzi, who was inside her dog run at the time.