If you need a dose of hope, swing by the Payson High School graduation ceremonies tonight.
I’ve been a Forest Service volunteer for over three years and much of my job focuses on removing trash from illegal dumping sites found in the Tonto National Forest. Forest Service personnel and volunteers take hundreds and sometime thousands of pounds of illegally dumped trash from Tonto on a weekly basis.
Rim Country has gained a precious reprieve from the onset of yet another fire season, thanks to the warming of surface waters of the Eastern Pacific.
Ever notice that once you start looking for red cars, you see them everywhere you go?
SB 1339, the defunct bill supported by Sen. Sylvia Allen and Rep. Bob Thorpe, would have made it a felony for citizens to deliver more than two ballots of their less able neighbors to election officials.
It’s a changed world now the way people appreciate veterans.
Julia Randall Elementary School PTO would like to thank the bighearted community donors listed below for their donations to our Spring Fling Carnival.
I think there is a lot to question about this whole campus plan. The Roundup has been “selling” it pretty strongly but there are a million details unknown to the public.
My lifestyle will not change if marijuana is legalized.
Few will dispute that alcohol prohibition in the 1920s was a colossal waste of resources, ruined many lives and was an utter failure in accomplishing what it set out to accomplish.
At Stanford University in Palo Alto, Calif. they have a beautiful, expensive shopping center.
A slew of state lawmakers and other officials spent yesterday on a helicopter tour of the C.C. Cragin (Blue Ridge) Reservoir — and its endangered watershed.
May is busy. There are no two ways about it. And May is marvelous — at least in Rim Country.
Thank you for running the letter about how the cuts our Legislature made to our state universities’ budgets is such a shame. As the writer put it, sad.
A college town? Really?