They get it. We’re almost sure.
The voters of Arizona deserve a hearty congratulations and a big thank you for the selections they made on primary Tuesday.
I thank Pete Aleshire (in Friday’s Aug. 15 editorial) for picturing me as a caring, civic-minded person.
I could not believe what I read regarding the article “Just absentee brain-wise” — Payson School Board member Shirley Dye blasting parents.
Over 20 years ago, then-mayor Craig Swartwood, speaking on KMOG, said a top priority of the city was to fix one of the worst streets in Payson — Manzanita Drive to Highway 260.
The August rodeo was a great success this year. It takes an army of people to pull off and event with as many moving parts as this.
The Pine-Strawberry Water Improvement District board last week did a little more spadework to bury a painful past.
Sometimes, we feel trapped in a Kaffkaesque world — where one seemingly reasonable idea leads to another ever so slightly off kilter until the whole world seems crazy.
I had the opportunity to volunteer at the Rodeo Parade.
I have said for years the only way to have true and effective campaign finance reform is not to limit the contributions, but to limit the spending.
Why do we have to answer questions to continue reading the online paper?
According to the “Moment of truth” article in Friday’s paper, the citizens of the town of Payson are suddenly at the mercy of the Rim Country Educational Alliance (SLE) and ASU for the location of a potential campus in Payson.
In regards to the Rim Country Educational Alliance and ASU being so close to selecting a site and actually starting to build a satellite ASU campus in Payson — hooray to Steve Drury and the Alliance. They have worked long and hard to to keep this project going.
Thank you, Ed Blair, for your attempt to educate the town council. I cannot believe they voted yes on something about which they are apparently uneducated
The abject failure of election reform has cast a dark shadow against the statewide race in Arizona.