Jeepin’ in Rim Country
In our previous columns we have talked about you and your vehicle. Today we are going to talk about knowing the neighborhood ... being familiar with the off-highway country you are driving in.
With the state about to force big cuts in “non-classroom” spending, Payson Unified School District Superintendent Greg Wyman would like the community to better understand the annual Auditor General’s Report, which details “classroom” and “non-classroom” spending.
A woman given several opportunities to overcome a drug addiction was placed on intensive probation Monday following another run in with the police.
Chaz Davis was fouled while sinking a three-point basket with one second remaining and went to the line and calmly sank the free throw to complete a rare four-point play that lifted Payson to a 55-54 boys basketball victory over visiting Eagar Round Valley on Friday night.
A skier rediscovers her skis and her joy atop the fresh snow
I unearthed my old blue Dynastar skies out from the corner of the garage where I had stored them when I moved to Payson five years ago.
“We came for the cowboys,” said Beth Miller to explain why she and her friend Terry Brown spent the day celebrating the Hashknife Pony Express.
Disciplined officer quits
A Gila County detention officer that used excessive force on an inmate quit earlier this month before completing a suspension imposed for his actions.
Gila County has reported its first confirmed measles case, which sent the Gila County Health Department on a scramble to contact 17 people exposed to the patient in the Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center in Globe.
The flu season is just now hitting its traditional peak period in Arizona, the state health department reported in its flu activity report for the week of Jan. 18-24.
Pine Strawberry School’s finest students during the second quarter of 2014-15 are being honored with the naming of the honor roll and principal’s list. Superintendent-Principal Cody Barlow announced the recipients early this week.
One day left until the end of January 2015. The days have flown by so fast!
Last week I told you how my second-grade class made it through a cold, damp rainstorm to the public library, after which we each slogged home wet, but with a library book.
DJ's Music Trivia
We continue our 10-part series chronicling the evolution of American popular music in the 20th century, 1900-1999, which looks at the music that was popular during each decade and what influenced that popularity.
Another Week in the Creek
Christopher Creek Store and Bar evolved from the original building with a succession of add-ons built during the late ’50s through the ’70s of the last century.
First Friday, Feb. 6 at the Community Presbyterian Church, 800 W. Main St., Payson will feature a music program from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. with trumpeter “Dr Jass” Claudio Zamorano.