Many people who have encounters with Sasquatches don’t even realize what actually was happening at the time.
Rim Country Fishing Report
Good morning Rim Country anglers.
A silent battlefield, a chance encounter and a mysterious name inspire writer’s quest for lost family history
I stood in the late light on the lush green swale where the Union line broke from ego and pride and bad luck on Sept. 20 of 1863 on the battlefield of Chickamauga.
Outdoors Under the Rim
The Thanksgiving weekend is often a time for our family gathering, with an abundance of great food, plenty of football games on TV, and so many stories that seem to focus on the outdoors in the Rim Country.
DJ's Music Trivia
This weekend, let’s take the time now and then always to reflect on the great blessings that we have had in our lifetimes.
I wouldn’t blame someone if he or she read the title to this column and said, “Well, that’s it; Tom has finally lost it.”
Brrr! The temperature has dropped to a bone-chilling 29 degrees early in the morning in the Village.
Looking for a little exercise this weekend?
Christopher Creek is well into the chill of November brought about by the deep tilt of earth’s axis and the late rising, low angle of the sun.
You’re wondering why I asked the question in the title, right?
For a hoot of a good time, plan on attending the Senior Citizens Affair Foundation’s annual Tellabration tomorrow, Saturday, Nov. 22 in the Pine Community Cultural Hall.
The fall means hunting season for elk in the Rim Country with numerous weeklong hunts already finished.
I was reading Agatha Christie’s delightfully well-written autobiography when I came across something that really surprised me.
DJ's Music Trivia
I swear, on any given day, there must be at least 200 canine enthusiasts walking their pooches in Green Valley Park.
Allen and Mary (their real names) are both Payson residents in their 70s and are retired ... and they are hiking buddies.