The 7th Annual Lip Sync Contest is at 5:30 p.m., to 9 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 28 at the Payson High School Auditorium.
Kaitie’s Closet is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization collecting clothes for free distribution to those in need in Rim Country.
The Salt River Project had predicted a wet February, but until Sunday evening, Rim Country had a fine coat of dry dust.
Foundation, Alliance will cooperate to buy 253-acre parcel by July
As backers work to heal recent rifts, the way has opened once again to buy a 253-acre Forest Service parcel for a 6,000-student university in Payson.
Access to Gisela was cut off Thursday evening after firefighters found what they thought was a pipe bomb.
A man who tried to sexually assault a 16-year-old girl will spend the next 1.5 years in prison after pleading guilty.
Two teens were safely reunited with their worried families Monday after they got lost near Fossil Creek.
Thirty Payson High School DECA students came home with awards from the AZ DECA Central District Conference held in downtown Phoenix on Jan. 13.
Alas, poor Pinland learns the bitter lessons of World War I
Payson High School history teacher Chad Gower admits he’s much more comfortable teaching from a strict lesson plan, but decided to color outside the lines to teach World War I. He ended up learning right along with his students.
The Rim Country Optimist Club and the Rotary Club of Payson, with the help of Payson High Longhorn Theatre Company are proud to sponsor the 7th Annual Lip Sync Contest on Feb. 28 at the PHS Auditorium from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Microbrewery in Pine faces possible restrictions by state
Since tapping their first beers four years ago, THAT Brewery in Pine has experienced rapid growth, distributing kegs everywhere from Tucson to Flagstaff and opening a second location in Cottonwood last year.
Girl trapped immigration tangle
Maria sat in her chair, stylishly dressed after a day of school, which figures so largely in all of her dreams.
A federal judge in Texas this week ruled that President Barack Obama’s executive order deferring deportations for three years for millions of people who have lived without documentation in the United States for years has cast a shadow of uncertainty over many seeking legal permission to stay.
Mike Brandt’s post-military aptitude placement tests suggested a career in law enforcement or firefighting.
Controlled burns planned next week near Whispering Pines
Tonto National Forest fire specialists hope to burn 3,000 acres of brush and debris piles near Whispering Pines Feb. 23-25, depending on the weather, including 200 acres close to Forest Road 233. Residents and visitors can expect to see and smell light to moderate amounts of smoke on Monday during the hand firing operation.