Walk into Beeline Chiropractic and the excitement on office manager Janet Tuer’s face can barely be contained.
Thomas Edison’s marketing ploy continues to delight Rim Country residents.
Payson Choral Society stages Christmas classic
In a small town, neighbors entertain neighbors, as the Payson Choral Society did the weekend of Dec. 13-14 with its rendition of “A Christmas Carol.”
The local Payson High School (PHS) DECA chapter sent 23 students to the Western Region Leadership Conference where students from 13 western states met to learn about leadership and business.
Drivers encouraged to ‘Know Snow’ and prepare for winter driving
With another winter storm predicted this week, the Arizona Department of Transportation has been getting ready to respond to keep motorists safe while clearing snow and ice from highways.
Payson district ranger fostered a host of key projects
Walk along the edge of the now pristine Woods Canyon Lake or pedal a bike on the paved Meadow Trail, and know both are courtesy of Angie Elam.
The search for a new town attorney has hit a roadblock once again.
The time to make contributions to help the less fortunate have a happy holiday is coming to a close. Make donations of new gifts for the following groups as soon as possible:
Payson Helping Payson works hand-in-hand with St. Vincent de Paul, the Salvation Army and the Community Action Program on the front line in providing desperately needed help for Payson area families and individuals in crisis situations.
A Phoenix man survived a rollover Sunday morning south of Payson, but was killed when another driver lost control and struck him.
A former Rim Country student died this weekend when his vehicle rolled north of Payson and caught fire.
A surprise snow shower this weekend chilled Rim Country only to clear to sunny weather on Sunday and Monday, but that won’t last long.
Residents begin returning to Canal Apartments
With soiled carpet and water-soaked walls replaced, the first round of residents moved back into the Canal Senior Apartments Monday and everyone is expected to be back home by Christmas, staff says.
Governor Jan Brewer has ordered that flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff from sunrise until sunset Monday, December 15, 2014, in honor of United States Army Specialist Wyatt J. Martin, 22, of Mesa, Arizona. The governor has ordered that flags also be lowered on the day of his interment, for which services are pending.
Restoring forests now dominates management goals
Forest Service restoration projects in Northern Arizona have treated 300,000 acres since the launch of the Four Forest Restoration Initiative (4FRI) in 2010, according to the latest annual tally of the program’s accomplishments.