Did you know that our Resale Store, located at 501 W. Main St., is our main source of funding for the Humane Society of Central Arizona shelter?
Wow! I can’t believe another year has gone by already. Time sure does fly when you’re saving lives. 2016 was a good year for us here at the Humane Society of Central Arizona.
You should adopt a pit bull! Yes, you read that right. Over two years ago, I embarked on an epic journey long before I ever worked for the shelter.
Here at the Humane Society of Central Arizona, we take great pride in our mission, “To provide shelter and compassionate care for animals who are lost, abandoned or homeless.”
While it isn’t “officially” winter yet, the temperature has dropped and the frigid air is upon us. This is the most critical time of year to bring your pets inside!
December 2nd is National Mutt Day! When I looked up the word “mutt” in the dictionary, Merriam-Webster was so rude!
Black Friday, Cyber Monday, GIVING TUESDAY. Giving Tuesday is a global day of giving back designed to combat the sometimes excessive greed of the holiday season.
Thanksgiving is an eventful holiday for many people. From all the delicious food you make and eat, to spending time with family and showing your thanks for all the blessings in your life, this is one of the busier holidays we celebrate.
Payson photographer Craig Miller this year won a nature photography award and two honorable mentions from the Arizona Game and Fish Department for images of eagles, egrets and osprey, mostly shot at the Green Valley Park lakes.
Most often when one thinks of worship, one may have memories of large choirs with various octave ranges in voice singing in harmony ... particularly and oftentimes during the Christmas and Easter season.
Get ready for a new way to get your fruits and veggies — MOM. Actually, that’s the acronym for Market on the Move, but moms always wanted to get more fruits and veggies into their kids anyway.
Still looking for that magical fall color, the Payson Packer C Group met on a cool Tuesday morning to head north to Pine.
After a year of hard work, Payson Community Gardeners gather each year to celebrate their harvest and good works. At the dinner, the gardeners had much to celebrate. “We donated 9,000 pounds to the food banks this year,” said Garden secretary Linda Croy.
November 6-12 is National Animal Shelter Appreciation Week. This week was designed to celebrate local animal shelters and help in their efforts. All of us at HSCAZ have created a list of ways to celebrate:
Worried it would set an unfair precedent, the Payson Town Council recently elected not to waive fees for a church to set up a coffee shop.