Payson High School Athletic Director Don Heizer and track coach Jonathan Ball know now what poet Robert Burns was thinking when he penned in 1786 his apology to a mouse writing, “The best laid schemes o’ mice an’ men (often go awry)”.
Christopher Creek and Kohl’s Ranch share a sentinel.
The superstars of P/S School are bringing accolades to our small town again.
I had an odd drive from Pine to Payson the day I wrote this. Odd because it was so easy compared to some drives. There I was, all alone as I left Pine.
My father has long since passed on to a better place, but memories of him during my youth will always be with me.
Tonto Village was covered in white on Tuesday morning. What a shock that was. I am positive that the calendar says April, synonymous with spring, warm weather, flowers, etc.
Hello again fellow Creekers. This week all of the news is related to fire and fire service. Let’s start with another installment of Better know your neighbor.
The given in the equation that is the Zane Grey 50-mile endurance run is that it’s not for couch potatoes or those who favor a sedentary lifestyle. It is, however, for those who enjoy robust challenges that test both will and dedication.
To say Payson Little League president Keely Parker is excited about tomorrow’s (April 6) opening day festivities would be putting it mildly.
Spring is a wonderful time of year with a feeling of renewal as all the flowers and trees come to life.
Some of my fondest memories of my pre-teen, middle school years are those lazy summer afternoons when my buddies and I would grab our fishing poles, hop on our bicycles and head on down to the Fox River.
Christopher Creek campground opened last Friday and the season has begun.
Hello again, fellow Creekers. Well it is time for another installment of “Better know your neighbor.”
Writing about Winston Churchill last week reminded me of some things I’ve heard or read over the years.
Are you getting an itch to get in your automobile to take a trip? About this time of year we find ourselves a little tired of the cold weather and begin thinking about a trip this spring. Why not consider exploring some of our great national parks?