We don’t have a salmon run in Payson nor southern Arizona’s sandhill crane migration, but for one day, we will have the largest duck race across the state.
Two brothers formerly on the Gila County Sheriff’s Office Posse were sentenced last month on drug charges.
Gila County Supervisor Tommie Cline Martin will serve as president of the County Supervisors Association (CSA) for the next year.
Ever imagined a letter could free a human rights prisoner? Payson Amnesty International member Bob Horne said letters written have made a difference.
It was a busy weekend for Payson firefighters who respond to four reports of fires.
Payson celebrates smart kids
The Payson Unified School District board honored 51 third- through fifth-grade students for performing above expectations on the AzMERIT test at its Nov. 14 meeting.
A Payson man was sentenced to four years in prison Monday, Nov. 28 for shaking an infant after he grew frustrated by the child’s crying.
Let it burn, baby, burn. That might make a great new Forest Service motto, according to the latest research on managing wildfires.
Police found a Mini Cooper Countryman lying flat on its roof in the center of a quiet residential street Thursday, Dec. 1.
After riding into the state superintendent of education position on one issue — getting rid of Common Core academic standards — Diane Douglas has decided it’s all about the money.
The percentage of people living in poverty and the share of the population without medical insurance continues to fall — although it remains far above the national average in Gila County.
Payson got its water just in time. That’s one selfish conclusion Payson boosters could draw from a series of dismaying studies on the water supply in the Colorado River, which provides water for roughly 50 million people and 4 million acres of farmland.
David Morrison, took his oath to become a Court Appointed Special Advocate on Nov. 17.
Special Olympic athletes participating in Bocce, Unified and Regular Swim teams show off their medals as they wait to march in the October Fall Games Torch Parade at Skyline High School track field in east Mesa on Oct. 16.
I need to renew my driver’s license in 29 days. I almost forgot all about it until one of the clerks in one of our local stores brought it to my attention.