It’s hard to believe, but we are already into summer.
I was very interested in your column on the DASH diet. Is there a diet sheet listing all the items pertaining to this diet? How can I get one?
It started when two Native American flutists, teacher and performer Betty Acker and new flute player and aficionado Tom Russell, decided to form a Native American Flute Circle in Rim Country.
Athletic and adventurous reporter tries spa treatments and other relaxations
I sat down on the plush, green chair and tried to relax.
Pets and fireworks often do not mix.
Many loving, healthy and well-behaved dogs and cats in our area are in need of new homes — and a second chance at life.
David E. Glow, M.D., a family physician from Payson, is being honored by The American Medical Association for his 50-year anniversary of graduation from medical school.
Mike Crossman left Southern California and came to Payson in 1987. The veteran physical therapist thought he was trading the fast pace of urban life for a slower rhythm.
There are several ways to approach paddleboarding for the first time. You can meekly step on the board, clutching your paddle in a state of panic.
Despite diligent monitoring, no signs of invading bass have showed up since the Arizona Game and Fish Department used chemicals to route invaders in the final two-mile stretch of Fossil Creek last year.
Whether your new cat is coming from a shelter, a home, an urban street or a country barn, the first 24 hours in your home are special and critical.
Train travel is gaining ridership in North America. Why? It is comfortable, relaxing and in some cases rather inexpensive.
When you go to a hospital, does it make any difference if you’re considered an “inpatient” or an “outpatient?” Yes, it does.
Attention, seniors! Please be very careful in giving out personal information via computer, telephone and regular mail or in person.
The slimy, invading, prolific, fast-growing gizzard shad have taken over Roosevelt Lake.