This year we celebrate another year of vital progress in restoring Rim Country’s boundless future.
Heroin has risen like a vampire from the grave.
U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) recently took to the Senate floor to speak in support of legislation requiring the president to submit any final nuclear deal with Iran to Congress before being able to waive or suspend congressional sanctions. Below is the complete transcript of Flake’s remarks:
What ever happened to due diligence in reporting?
Ballot fraud in Arizona is practically non-existent, but Senator Sylvia Allen was intent on supporting SB 1340 as if ballot fraud was rampant in our state. Cooler heads prevailed and the bill did not pass.
Admittedly, the wheels grind exceeding slow — but this time the Forest Service got it right.
On behalf of the Northern Gila County Historical Society, Inc., I would like to thank Carol Zebb, Roundup columnist, for her recent article about her visit to the Zane Grey Cabin with her guest.
We celebrate Earth Day in April to demonstrate support for maintaining a healthy environment.
Come, let us reason together. The old biblical admonishment still stands, but is little recognized or applied today.
Let’s consider what knowledgeable climate change alarmists and climate change skeptics both believe to be true.
It has become very clear that the idea of an institution of higher education is now a mess of fragmented notions that will not attract 600 students to Payson much less 6,000.
Thank you for publishing my letter “Wait time” (April 14). Most likely due to my frustrations of time, I was misquoted due to my penmanship! I meant ERA not EPA; 1 out of 1600; 200 to 300 veterans; 1968-1971. Sorry I confused the typist.
We’ve been scratching our heads, trying to figure out the latest brouhaha about the planning commission. Seems that the terms of Chairman Jeff Loyd, Vice Chairman John Swenson and commissioner Scott Helmer all expired in December.
We were grieved to learn of the planned retirement of Gila County Superior Court Judge Peter Cahill.
Spring is here and the swallows are returned to Green Valley Park.