PHS looks to rebound at Snowflake
Teams always want to win.
Corporation commission holding final hearing on steep rate hikes for Rim Country tonight
The Arizona Corporation Commission will visit Payson this evening to hear a final round of public comments on a proposal to significantly boost base water rates in many Rim Country communities and impose costly water hauling charges.
It seems to me that Chester Crandell has forgotten who he represents and works for.
Sophomore fans 14 as PHS hands Winslow first loss to avenge semifinal defeat
The wound had festered for 11 months.
The Enchanted April afternoon tea and fashion show was fabulous! The community was great in attendance and support.
A letter writer asserts that (Arizona representative Brenda) “Barton (is) not a true voice for Rim Country majority” (Roundup, April 4) and that she is more interested in advancing her personal philosophical agenda than in helping to resolve problems or initiate beneficial policies or programs.
The temperature was in the low 40s.
“Pending bills could undo local officials’ budget plans” — This article by Mr. Aleshire was an eye-opener ...
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church: Services planned, include April 13, Palm Sunday; 5:30 p.m.; Wednesday, April 16, Passover Seder meal and Eucharistic Service; 6:30 p.m., Thursday, April 17, Maundy Thursday, foot washing.
DJ's Music Trivia
It was just last fall when 1990s country music star Suzy Bogguss graced our community with her charm, beauty and talent. Now, just seven months later, another end-of-the-20th-century Nashville superstar is coming to town.
Another Week in the Creek
Christopher Creek warmed up this week. The dab of snow a week ago didn’t leave but two-tenths in the rain gauge. Tomato seedlings are two inches high, tulips have bloomed, as has the pear tree. House wrens have settled in the birdhouses and are serenading in the early mornings.
There is nothing as valuable on this stress-ridden planet as a man or woman with a natural sense of humor, someone who brings a smile to today and makes yesterday a thing to smile about. I’ve known a few people like that in my life, and I’d like to tell you about two of them.
“Oh, what a beautiful morning, oh, what a beautiful day”… as the song goes ... On Tuesday morning, the temperature is already at 66 degrees.
Rattlin' the Rim
Moviegoers cheered as they watched Katniss Everdeen use her archery skills to survive and return home safe after winning the “Hunger Games.”
The long wait for the reopening of the C.C. Cragin (Blue Ridge) Reservoir is finally over.
Spring brings explosion of green in trees whose genetics affect thousands of species
Suddenly, the cottonwoods have their leaves back.
Tonto National Monument on April 11 will offer an evening program about bald eagles, given by guest biologist and nestwatcher Sara Eno.
The Forest Service within two weeks will pick an appraiser to put a value on the 240-acre parcel for a university campus,
The Forest Service within two weeks will pick an appraiser to put a value on the 240-acre parcel for a university campus, Tonto National Forest head Neil Bosworth told the Roundup this week.
A world lost and found again amidst a scattering of stones
I’m a ghost hunter.
PSWID manager hopes to predict, fix problems before they occur
The Pine-Strawberry Water Improvement District (PSWID) manager Brad Cole submitted an annual report to the acting board that painted a picture of efficiency on March 20, but no one has seen an annual report for two years.