Saturday, October 10, through Friday, October 16, 2015
Tonto National Forest fire specialists will continue to burn vegetative debris piles near Payson.
A crash on the northbound Beeline Highway, just outside the Pinon Cafe Thursday morning, blocked two lanes of traffic as paramedics treated the drivers.
The 11th Annual Rim Country Quilt Roundup’s series of shows, exhibits, classes and a merchant’s mall this year will run from Friday, Oct. 9 through Sunday, Oct. 11 in Payson.
Daily events focus on geology
Grand Canyon, Ariz. – Grand Canyon National Park invites the public to celebrate Earth Science Week (ESW) and National Fossil Day festivities during the week of October 11-17, 2015.
Writer sets off on quest to find site of shoot-out
My dad and I had a secret passion — westerns.
Cody Lundin of TV’s “Dual Survival” to appear
The fourth annual Prescott’s Great Outdoors! event will be 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 10-11, at Watson Lake Park.
Another low ranking as school funding debate continues to heat up
Arizona ranked 49th among the states when it comes to conditions for teachers, in a study based largely on census and other data published on the WalletHub website.
The citizens have been polled and the results are in.
University advocates on Saturday with much fanfare unveiled a custom-designed, carved sign to mark the site of a future campus in Payson.
Forecasters see chance of ‘Super El Niño’ snowpack
Rim Country got drenched Monday and Tuesday, a portent of things to come.
Deputies, others trying to recover body of suicide victim
On 10/5/15 around 4:30 pm, approximately 16 sheriff’s deputies, search and rescue and US Forest Service responders were forced to higher ground during a flash flood in Oak Creek Canyon. The responders were conducting a body recovery for a suicide that occurred off Midgely Bridge.
Valley conference highlights forest health
Six important projects on National Forest lands in the Salt and Verde River watersheds have been selected as the high-priority projects that businesses and residents can invest in as part of the Northern Arizona Forest Fund (NAFF), a partnership between Salt River Project and the National Forest Foundation working in close coordination with the U.S. Forest Service.
Rim Country veterans may have as many problems with the Veterans Administration as anyone, but they also have access to help with those problems through the Arizona Department of Veterans Services.
Supply Line co-founder dies
Early on Monday morning, Oct. 5, Payson Supply Line co-founder Butch Klein passed away peacefully in his sleep, said his wife Kathy.
Say October and what comes to mind? Halloween, of course, when mothers are busy making or shopping for costumes for their little darlings. (Maybe some fathers help with costumes, but I don’t know any.)