The Payson Men’s Golf Association is now accepting members for the upcoming season, which plays each Wednesday at Payson Golf Course beginning March 12.
Rattlin' the Rim
Family and friends of Allyson Rene Randall gathered in Pine on Saturday to celebrate the life of the former Pine Elementary and Payson High School student who died Feb. 6 at 45 years of age.
State title the goal after reaching semis last two seasons
After losing in the Division III softball state semifinals each of the last two years, the Longhorns have their sights set on breaking through and winning the first state championship in program history this spring.
In your paper of Tuesday, Feb. 25, an article about Unity of Payson stated, in two separate places, that Lynnette Brouwer is the founder of Unity of Payson church. This is incorrect.
Payson’s high school golf team has finished among the top eight in the state the past five years.
I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase, “shop locally” numerous times, but what exactly does it mean to you?
I am writing to urge your readers to vote against Paul Gosar for re-election in the 4th Congressional District.
Lock your doors: The circus is back in town. And here’s the worst part: They’re passing laws. Alas: the Legislature continues to juggle hedgehogs and sell tickets to the freak show, while out here in the real world students struggle.
This March will roar in like a lion with the National Weather Service (NOAA) calling for 100 percent chance of showers on Saturday, the first day of the month.
Why do I tie statehood and education funding together? Because Arizona used to have plenty of money for education, but the federal government overreach has led to a decline in tax proceeds for education funding. By acquiring the public lands that were supposed to be transferred to us in 1912 at statehood, Arizona would have a lot more land under production. Taxes could fund our schools.
More Than a Game
Kadi Tenney is a veteran assistant softball coach.
Searchers in helicopters, on quads and on horseback are searching for a man missing south of Young.
Something new with an old twist is coming to Main Street.
The search is on for local host families for International Exchange Students for the 2014-2015 high school year.
Scholars earn two-year college tuition waivers
Two Gila Community College students were honored Feb. 19 at the All-Arizona Academic Team luncheon in Mesa, along with 71 other students from Arizona’s community colleges.
Restoration project’s focus on big trees endangers consensus behind 4-FRI
Environmental groups say a forest-thinning project on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon confirms their worst fears about the Forest Service management of the troubled forest thinning contracts.
Chiefs: Agreement will improve both budgets and service
A joint powers agreement could cut fire department costs and improve service, fire chiefs from four Rim Country departments have concluded.
A letter writer accuses the Tea Party of unnecessarily “warning of impending doom” caused by the administration of President Obama (Roundup, Feb. 18). He claims he is free because he can attend any one of more than 30 different churches and worship as he pleases. That’s true, so long as the church does not preach adherence to the U.S. Constitution, upon pain of losing its tax-exempt status.
Takes over after five years at event center
“It just made sense.”
Residents of the Rim Country are invited to a farewell gathering in honor of departing Payson Regional Medical Center Chief Executive Officer Chris Wolf and his wife, Mary.