Gila County Sheriff Adam Shepherd will speak to the Rim Country Republican Club at 11:30 a.m., Monday, Jan. 26.
Have you had a good laugh today?
At 2:40 p.m. on Monday, an armed robbery occurred at One Stop convenience store at 400 S. Beeline Highway.
Drive into Payson with the windows down and the divine smell of Susie’s Q Barbecue pecan-smoked meats waft into the car.
They are well-known businesses, but when they re-open, you might not recognize them.
Deputies, volunteers gain vital certification
Hovering over Shoofly, Bill Pitterle willingly threw himself off a helicopter skid. Dangling by a rope over the rocky terrain and several low, ruin walls, the only thing remaining from its once Indian inhabitants, Pitterle unlocked his rappel device and slowly descended, careful not to spin his body below the whizzing rotor blades.
Carol LaValley’s journalistic expertise and passion for sports is paying huge dividends for the Isabelle Hunt Memorial Library’s children’s programs.
The Tonto Community Concert Association opens the second half of the 2014-2015 season with a duet of violin and guitar.
Hellsgate distributes free ATV helmets
After their son died in an ATV accident last year just east of Payson, a Valley family found a way to both honor his memory and hopefully, prevent future tragedies.
Gov. Ducey wants civics, more space in charters
Newly inaugurated Gov. Doug Ducey this week promised to reform the state’s schools by shifting more students to the highest performing charter schools, requiring students to pass a civics test and reducing administrative costs.
Payson Unified School District board members expressed amazement that the district can’t find a qualified Spanish teacher.
Gila County Assessor Deborah Hughes will change the annual application process for widow, widower and disability exemptions in an attempt to save money by not sending out renewal forms.
The Library Friends of Payson will have local author Carole Emma Mathewson review her recently published novel, “The Waste of War” Monday, Jan. 19.
Rattlin' the Rim
Although last year’s Hashknife Pony Express ride to Pine was a fiasco, it appears the Holbrook-based group will return on Jan. 28.
Since we have had more than 14 inches of snow in Tonto Village, there is still snow on the ground, almost unwilling to give up and melt away.