It’s probably easy for most of us to comprehend how Jesus is associated with Easter.
Having once worked alongside Charlene Brown at The Payson Roundup, I know she’s not easily rattled.
Payson High School baseball coach Brian Young said he took great enjoyment watching his varsity athletes build a rapport with the youngsters who participated in the daylong Longhorn baseball camp that on March 14 drew 36 aspiring players to PHS baseball diamond.
Can you imagine having better weather than what we’ve had in the Rim Country for the last two weeks, which has coincidently perfectly coincided with our school district’s spring vacation? I can’t.
This past week has definitely improved over last week. For one thing, no more snow!
Christopher Creek appeared as if it were waking up after a long winter’s sleep. Businesses reopening, people roaming the town, part-time residents discovering plumbing failures were the themes last weekend.
Hello again, fellow Creekers. As a reminder, there are two events this Saturday.
One English summer afternoon in 1970, Lolly and I were on Broad Street in Oxford when we spotted a name we both knew well — Blackwell’s Book Store.
Perhaps you have your favorite beach and possibly I have mine, but there are many beaches around us that may interest you.
A field of 36 enthusiastic, but fledgling baseball players turned out March 14 for the inaugural Future Longhorn Baseball Camp held on PHS field.
The Payson Women’s Golf Association will host a kick-off breakfast meeting followed by a round of golf at Payson Golf Course Tuesday, March 26.
Winter is coming to a close, the days are getting longer, and the comfortable temperatures encourage more outside activities.
My last Air Force unit was a 21-man field training detachment at RAF Upper-Heyford, England. Like all Air Force outfits, we met once a month for commander’s call.
Most of us, at one time or another, have likely attended a fund-raising event, where most of the money raised was derived from the many silent auction items present.
To all my friends and neighbors in Pine, Strawberry, Payson, surrounding area and readers of the P/S Happenings column — Thank you.