The Payson Unified School District Board moved to agree to the sale and refunding of capital improvement bonds.
An insider’s view of a Pride of Payson competition
The band stood at attention on the field, instruments poised to play.
At its meeting on Oct. 16, the Gila Community College board heard a familiar promise about its supposedly glittering solar future: “SunRenu promises construction will begin in 30 days,” said John Zilisch, GCC board member.
The Pride of Payson Marching Band scored the most points it has ever received in competition this year and took home three caption awards during the Northern Arizona University Band Day Saturday.
PHS thespians deliver strong performances
Sniffles erupted as the curtain fell on the Payson High School Theatre production of “The Outsiders.”
Pride of Payson’s 40-hour weeks pay off with victory
The Pride of Payson Marching Band’s run of 40-hour practice weeks paid off this weekend with a win at a regional competition that will earn Payson a chance to compete at the state festival in November.
Curious kids and parents cluttered the soccer field at Rumsey Park for the second annual STEM Fest, where several exhibitors were on hand to showcase booths featuring science, technology, engineering and math.
Board hears how restructuring may lower interest rate
The stars could be aligned to save taxpayers in the Payson Unified School District (PUSD) money.
The Rim Country Educational Alliance board on Thursday agreed unanimously to seek a way to meet two final conditions Arizona State University has imposed on an effort to build a 6,000-student university in Payson.
Fearing drivers under 21 years old lack the experience to safely drive students in school vehicles, the Payson Unified School District Board (PUSD) debated changing its policy.
Taking first place in Division III at the Prescott Invitational, the Pride of Payson swept just about all of the caption awards, too.
The Disney spirit of fun and pride permeated every bit of Homecoming Week, culminating in a football game win.
Alliance meets Thursday to set terms for Forest Service purchase
The Rim Country Educational Alliance board will meet Thursday to authorize Chairman Steve Drury to enter into final negotiations to buy a 253-acre site for a 6,000-student university from the U.S. Forest Service.
PHS to present teen angst classic ‘The Outsiders’
“The Outsiders” play has sat on a shelf in the Payson High School (PHS) theatre department until just the right cast came along.
The students at Payson Elementary School (PES) scored higher in math, while holding steady in language scores this past year on the Stanford 10 test.