The shops at Swiss Village will host a Social with live music, activities and a raffle to benefit New Beginnings Pregnancy and Education Center.
This year, the Missoula Children’s Theatre brought “Alice in Wonderland” to Payson.
Fall has arrived in the Rim Country and so has a new lineup of diverse entertainment. Opening the fall music season is the Payson Old Time Opry and you can also get entertained at the 46th Anniversary Vertielee Floyd Memorial Payson Old Time Fiddle and Acoustic Celebration.
It’s time to get out and get entertained and that’s what the 46th Anniversary Vertielee Floyd Old Time Fiddlin’ Arizona State Championships, Country Acoustic Celebration and the Old Time Opry promise.
Jim Hagen fought fires, flew planes
Jim Hagen fell in love with Rim Country at age 11. Pushing 90 this year, his heart is happy to call this place home, many moves and adventures later.
Dean of the Gila Community College Payson campus, Pam Butterfield, has her art on display at the Herberger Theater in Phoenix through Oct. 2.
Do not follow the White Rabbit’s mistake that made him mutter, “Oh dear! Oh dear! I shall be too late!”
On Tuesday, friends of Thomas Walling, the Payson Unified School District Auditorium Director, found him in his apartment. He had passed away.
Officer injured after taser has no effect on deranged man
On Monday afternoon, the Flagstaff Police Department issued the following release on an assault on an officer by a nude, drugged, deranged suspect encountered in the forest.
Humor Me Theater Troupe has finally found a home for its down home show full of homegrown talent.
Whether it’s a camera lens, the tip of a brush loaded with cerulean blue paint, or a No. 2 pencil pressed against writing paper, someone in Rim Country is trying to capture the special essence of our mountain area.
A light show, solos, bells, award-winning choirs, guitars, and the debut of the new middle school jazz band — all just part of the Rim Country Middle School Spring Concert.
The newly formed musical group Áine (pronounced AWN - ye) includes six local musicians who perform Irish/Celtic music and songs.
Musicians qualify for second time in school history
For the first time since 2013, the Payson High School band will perform at the Arizona state competition and the audience at the spring concert got to hear why.
Jeffrey D. Wiles identifies himself first as a geologist, then as an educational travel guide/geology and natural history instructor and somewhere around the time he pulls out his Merchant Marine captain status, he will mention he’s an artist.