Editor: It’s now the political scary season! We were out of town for a week, and I am looking at six large, full-color cards lying about Paul Gosar’s record that were in my mailbox when I got home!
Editor: Developing the full length of Main Street would require buying a multitude of small business and lots and then finding owners to develop new businesses.
Editor: In response to the letter of Marilyn Decker — I, too, am wondering how this election campaign and current events are affecting our children.
Editor: Sen. Allen recently posted one of her regular Lightning Bolt Updates entitled “Broadband GAP Becoming Serious Economic and Safety Concern for White Mountains and Rim Country” on Aug. 8, 2016.
Editor: Recently I was in your wonderful town because of a death in my family. My brother, Tony Kreider, has moved to Payson and his wife died.
Editor: August Rodeo is one of the best weekends for Payson to make a great impression and bring more business to the local community.
Editor: Some time back, there was an article that mentioned, putting a roundabout at the casino and event center intersection.
St. Patrick’s Feast Day is on March 17, marking the death of Ireland’s patron saint in A.D. 461.
A few months ago I mentioned that if you go abroad you should plan on a few small surprises — and maybe a few not-so-small ones. We talked about some of the screwy things that happened to me during my 12 years overseas, but we had to leave out most of them, so here are a couple more.
Are you as fed up as I am about the rash of robo calls from the politicians?
Rattlin' the Rim
Just two years ago, Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) officials huddled with Pine Strawberry Arts and Crafts Guild president Olga Sehnert and Community Educational and Cultural Association (CERCA) president Mel Palmer to review ADOT’s controversial decision to ban parking on both sides of Beeline during summer festivals.
Another Week in the Creek
Christopher Creek had a small but significant role in a tragedy, which played out on Sept. 5 and 6 back some 46 years ago. Other Rim Country creeks, Tonto, Horton and Dick Williams with Christopher swept away 15 souls on a trip to eternity that fateful and tragic weekend
The storm clouds have gathered. The water’s on the rise all around. And the Pine Water board needs to find something that floats.
For the past three years, the rooftop solar debate in Arizona has been a “he said/she said” between utilities and rooftop solar companies regarding the value and benefits net-metered rooftop solar provides to ratepayers.
This is getting crazy. We’ve got to do something about dark money.