Finally — Gila County no longer has the highest teenage pregnancy rate in the state. Still, every year more students at Payson High School wind up pregnant.
September — the golden month! Days grow shorter, temperatures cool, afternoon showers are no longer a daily event, and gardens and orchards still yield fresh fruit and vegetables.
Doulas mother the mother
Ever heard of a doula? Not many have.
Mil Thornton and Kevin Whitaker are on the front lines for Rim Country veterans struggling with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in Phoenix. So, it is no surprise they grilled VA representatives at a recent town hall at the Payson Public Library.
After a tense search through the woods behind the Payson Police Department, officers arrested a man hiding with a gun Monday morning.
A lightning-sparked fire west of Roosevelt Lake continues to burn, with smoke visible from Tonto Basin and State Route 188.
Rescuers hauled several injured hikers out of canyons this weekend, including from Fossil Creek and the Tonto Natural Bridge State Park.
If you were looking to reach someone working for the town Monday you might have found yourself lost in a maze of phone extensions.
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.