Bizarre Fossil Creek rescue
It is a birthday a 23-year-old Valley woman will not soon forget.
Grows to 800 acres despite air assault
Lightning sparked a brushfire on August 27 afternoon two miles west of Roosevelt Lake on the slope of Peters Mountain. By Monday afternoon, it had grown to 800 acres.
I’d enjoyed a fairly active summer life in Michigan before moving to Arizona eight years ago, playing slow-pitch softball with my buddies throughout my 20s and 30s.
Teachers on trips still must submit the itemized details
Teachers taking students on education trips shouldn’t have to pay for hotel rooms out of their own pocket. On the other hand, they better bring back an itemized receipt if they want breakfast.
Lawmakers seeking to reverse the expansion of the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System suffered another setback in court this week.
Few crews left to respond to fires sparked by monsoon
The National Weather Service reports the monsoon storms will continue throughout the weekend, but dry up next week.
But she’s still going to keep her famous son down-to-earth
Payson resident Janet Tuer never wears dresses — until now.
Archaeologists clear way for university site
The Forest Service can go ahead and sell a 253-acre parcel for a university, but Payson should avoid building on three archaeological sites, concluded a preliminary study.
Daughter of former Payson couple shot in 1978
For 37 years, the murder of their daughter remained an agonizing mystery.
But lawmakers propose plan to boost K-12 spending
School districts will go back to court in an attempt to force state lawmakers to pay some $1.3 billion in illegally withheld inflation funding after negotiations on a settlement broke down this week.
Rim Country Republicans staged a presidential primary straw poll at the World’s Oldest Continuous Rodeo, with Donald Trump coming out way ahead.
Growth in upper grades suggests students returning
The Payson Unified School District got more good news this week as this semester’s enrollment figures grew.
Payson resident Christopher Lee Norton will spend seven years in prison for a variety of drug offenses. Superior Court Judge Gary V. Scales sentenced 41-year-old Norton to prison for three cases involving the possession of narcotic drugs.
Rattlin' the Rim
As a Payson Roundup reporter, I was asked in 2004 to cover a Pine-Strawberry grassroots movement to raise money to buy Justice McNeeley, then a 5-year-old kindergartner, a specialized wheelchair called a Go-Bot.