As I said last week, every time I think back upon my childhood in New York City it’s like entering a time machine.
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Tomorrow, Star Valley is painting the town!
May Day — literally. What a fine memory I have of that day way back when I went to Sparrowbush Elementary School in Upstate New York.
The Northern Gila County Historical Society hosts former Payson town historian Stan Brown at a book signing at 11 a.m., Saturday, May 2 at the Rim Country Museum, 700 S. Green Valley Pkwy.
Graduation dresses galore! All colors to choose from, simple to bling. Brand new with the original tags. Very expensive dresses at a steal of a deal here!
Trails Day gives mountain bike group chance to showcase routes
After a year of work, the Pine Strawberry Fuel Reduction Trail Crew recently unveiled its newest section of trail at the Pine Trails Day.
Bird whisperers need help for migratory bird count
As soon as Rick Heffernon and Brian Ison drove onto the Girl Scout campgrounds in Pine, all five senses came alive.
Up close & personal with array of critters
Green Valley Park will undergo a transformation on Saturday, May 9, when its sprawling grassy expanses turn into a carnival full of wildlife and outdoor activities.
The secret world within art studio walls opens to the public this weekend. The Payson Art League presents its 14th Annual ’Neath the Rim Open Studio Tour from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 1, 2 and 3.
Payson Choral Society Director Daria Mason has big dreams — a whole new set of risers.
The Gila County Board of Supervisors approved spending about $129,000 on its “new” Copper Administration Building in Globe to add a room to a modular unit that will eventually house several county offices now using rental space.
Things that go ‘snap’ in the night
As we’ve said before, many people who have encounters with Sasquatches don’t even realize at the time what was actually happening.
Service included Vietnam, 82nd Airborne Division, Guam
Payson Hospice Compassus Marketing Director Becky Friend stood in the background as former Marine Joe Juharos officiated a ceremony recognizing four veterans at the Frontier House in mid-April.
Violent man barricades himself despite talks & tear gas
An overnight standoff Friday involving a small army of police left a Payson home with nearly every window broken out and soaked with gasoline, and the homeowner in jail.
One-year prison term for man who tried to get rid of inherited firearm
A man who thought he had long ago regained his right to own a gun inherited his stepfather’s gun. Not wanting to have a gun in the house, he promptly went to a pawn shop and sold it for $100.