When Kathleen Rable walked away from Waushakum Pond 46 years ago, she left a piece of herself. She never really forgot about it, but she did move on.
How things went wrong for the school superintendent and board
The end of any relationship causes pain, confusion and heartache, but it’s no good staying together “just for the kids.”
Confrontation with judge likely subject of investigation
The State Bar of Arizona is investigating Gila County’s chief deputy attorney for possibly violating the rules of professional conduct.
Recall supporters now want quick election
The Gila County Board of Supervisors called off a promised community meeting on the takeover of the Pine Strawberry Water Improvement District and politely sidestepped pleas for a quick election.
Payson Regional Medical Center (PRMC) has successfully obtained Level IV Trauma Center designation by the Arizona Department of Health Services, Chris Wolf, chief executive officer of PRMC has announced.
Rattlin' the Rim
Dawn Potter is certain the Pine Strawberry School Builders Club’s Veterans Day tribute was a fitting salute to all who have served our country and also a valuable lesson to the students who participated. The tribute is called “The White Table.”
The Village really got dumped on with the rain and snow that started on Thursday and did not stop until Sunday morning. Most of the communities in the surrounding area all got about four inches of rain and snow.
DJ's Music Trivia
This weekend marks the 392nd anniversary of the first Thanksgiving, when in fall of 1621, the Pilgrims and the local Wampanoag people sat down to celebrate a successful harvest and give thanks.
Another Week in the Creek
Christopher Creek received five inches of moisture out of last weekend’s storm event, some of which came as three inches of wet snow.
My mother, God bless her, was quite ordinary the way we ordinarily judge people. And yet, every time anyone ever said anything about Mom it was always more than just a nice comment, it was a rave review.
Ah! The holidays. What makes them more memorable than sitting around the kitchen with a gingerbread house kit, a small child, frosting, candies and ... well ... a mess.
Christmas Boutique in Pine - The Pine Strawberry Arts & Crafts Guild presents three craft shows on summer holiday weekends each year.
Still time to donate a turkey Today, Tuesday, Nov. 26, St. Vincent de Paul volunteers will be at Bashas’ on East Highway 260 until 7 p.m. to accept turkeys, non-perishable food items and cash donations.
GCC’s gamble on tuition cuts seemingly paying off
After the Gila Community College (GCC) board sharply lowered tuition and reinstated free classes for seniors, everyone held their breath to see if the college would make it.
County attorney questions role of judges, election of senators
Gila County Attorney Bradley Beauchamp questioned the right of judges to review the constitutionality of legislation and lamented the passage of the 17th Amendment allowing the direct election of U.S. senators at a Tea Party meeting last week, often sounding like he was back in front of the high school government class he once taught.