The Rim Country Middle School volleyball teams enjoyed strong seasons this year. The seventh-graders went 8-2.
A WON BASS Arizona tournament is set for Saturday at Roosevelt Lake.
(These letters to veterans were produced by the second grade class of Dorothy de Masi at Payson Elementary School for Veterans Day, but we saved them to acknowledge Pearl Harbor Day.)
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently announced alarming new plans to set carbon standards for existing power plants as the agency simultaneously pursues a reckless agenda of taking reliable, affordable power offline in Arizona and across the country.
I was writing about Mom last week when something intriguing popped into my head. We were talking about the questions I asked Mom. I could only remember a couple of important ones; probably because I’ve forgotten the simple ones all kids ask when they’re young.
Can you believe it? We are already into the first week of December! I haven’t done any Christmas shopping. I did not join the crowds of shoppers who went out to the stores on Thanksgiving or even on Black Friday, I stayed home.
Another Week in the Creek
Christopher Creek had a lot of activity over last weekend.
DJ's Music Trivia
It seems like just yesterday that we were sitting outside listening to the bands play at the summer concerts in the park and watching the annual fireworks display over the lake at Green Valley Park.
Rattlin' the Rim
Think about it — snowmen huddled around a roaring campfire — wouldn’t they melt?
Glow-in-the-dark rocks, disappearing photons, lurking activators, stealthy scorpions, all at the rock show
Way, way, way in the back of the Payson Rimstones Rock Club’s Gem and Mineral Show in a side room in a black box with a weird light waited The Secret of the Universe.
Payson’s sales tax revenues on the rise, but construction continues to struggle
Hopeful numbers keep trickling in, as Rim Country struggles to regain the economic ground it lost in the real estate crash of 2007 and 2008.
A Payson group that strives to help families cope with the loss of a child will join in a worldwide memorial for children who have died on Dec. 8.
Hospice Compassus provides an opportunity each holiday season to remember lost loved ones through its Celebration of Life, this year at 6 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 4 at Mountain Bible Church, 302 E. Rancho Road, Payson.
The hustle and bustle of the season adds a celebratory flavor to the holidays. That hustle and bustle explodes this week with a long list of craft fairs and one of the community’s most popular music programs.
I’ve now lived in Star Valley for two and a half months. So, I’ve had little time to figure out where to shop.
Elks Lodge supper a blessing for hundreds
While many Americans were enjoying Thanksgiving dinner at home with their families, others either didn’t have family or a home.
As controversy builds, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will hold a hearing on changing the rules for the reintroduction of Mexican gray wolves at a hearing at the Hon-Dah Conference Center in Pinetop this afternoon and evening.
Coach says tourney performance better than record indicates
A 1-3 record certainly isn’t anything to brag about. But when all three losses come against bigger schools and the roster is down to eight players, including two junior varsity girls brought along for depth, it’s not so bad.
Arizona’s shocking failure to even investigate reports of child abuse — much less actually protect children — has finally spurred a political crisis.
The breathtaking beauty of Rim Country goes on for miles ... too bad it lacks easy access.