Join members of the Rim Country Photography/Camera Club at 6:30 p.m., Monday, March 10 to learn about photography in low-light conditions.
Here at the Humane Society of Central Arizona, we often hear a lot of myths about cats and dogs.
The 2014 Taste of Rim Country event at the Payson Public Library is a sellout; so only the lucky ticket holders will delight in all the delicious entries from the area’s culinary experts.
Home’s feeling of happiness keeps customers coming back
Tucked among Pine’s antique shops is something new.
A bill to restore gas tax money for road projects to towns and counties has moved past the House Appropriations Committee en route to a floor vote.
PUSD has no money for buildings, buses
The state Legislature has made it all but impossible for Payson schools to repair buildings, update facilities, keep up with technology or even replace aging school buses, the school board learned last week.
Another smashup at deadly ‘Corvair Curve’
A “horrific” motorcycle wreck at Corvair Curve Sunday afternoon closed southbound Highway 87 for several hours and landed a man in the hospital in serious condition.
Government meetings are not that exciting most of the time — at least not in a good way. Things might heat up if controversial hits the agenda, but that isn’t the “good” kind of excitement.
Decry coverage, pressure groups whose objections prompted governor’s veto
Many Republican lawmakers continue to defend Senate Bill 1062 in the wake of Gov. Jan Brewer’s veto, including Rep. Brenda Barton (R-Payson).
Republicans successfully defanged a voter initiative on election reform last week, when Gov. Jan Brewer signed a bill that repealed a bundle of election reforms that slipped through the Legislature at the end of last year’s session.
For the second month in a row, the Gila Community College Board (GCC) has punted on deciding whether to raise tuition, despite vigorous support from senior dean Stephen Cullen.
Around Rim Country the skies opened up over the weekend and gave everything a much needed bath, while filling up rivers and reservoirs.
Man allegedly threatened council, staff bought guns
A man who allegedly asked police about security at town council meetings after threatening council members was arrested recently after he lied about his address to buy several guns.
Payson may have to come up with hundreds of thousands of dollars as a result of a recent state Supreme Court ruling overturning the Legislature’s vote to decrease the inflation adjustment on retirement payments to judges, police officers, prison guards and firefighters, said Payson Mayor Kenny Evans.
State rules could force town to drop fees used for parks, Blue Ridge pipeline
Payson in April will seek public input on impact fees charged to builders to pay for water, parks, fire, police and streets.