Jack Gauman is the latest artist to display his custom creations at Crafters Cubbies in the Swiss Village Shops, 626 N. Beeline Highway.
Tom Plets could never have imagined how much one semester in Europe would affect his whole life.
The most visible blighted corner in all of Payson has finally found a buyer. Crews earlier this week started tearing down the old restaurant at the intersection of Highways 87 and 260 to make way for a Carl’s Jr. restaurant.
The lunch rush ends with a mom and her two little children hopping into their mini van, hands full of vibrantly colored fruit smoothies in clear plastic cups, straws sticking up in the air.
After 25 years and two owners, Daniel Way has made his way up to the post of service manager at Payson’s Chapman Auto Center.
After several failed attempts by previous owners, the 260 Café is finally serving up success thanks to a few local misfits.
Higginbothams of Payson Jewelers don’t step on each others’ toes
There is a wall dividing the back room of Payson Jewelers. Owners Robert and Melissa Higginbotham had it installed many years ago in the 1,100-square-foot shop. On one side, a place for all his jewelry tools, tables covered with clamps, grinders, soldering guns, pliers, loupes and hammers. And on the other side of the wall, a typical office space — her place.
Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 3, users of PaysonRoundup.com may notice something a little different. The Payson Roundup has expanded its partnership with Google to provide an alternative to subscription-based Web sites. When users visit pages on the PaysonRoundup.com, they will see some content, but to view all content, readers will be asked to answer a survey question such as, “Do you drink soda?” or to share the content on a social media site such as Facebook or Twitter.
Tails will be wagging this fall with the construction of a long-awaited shade structure at the Rumsey off-leash dog park.