You have a chance tomorrow night to become part of the solution to one of the most important problem facing this community — the ongoing scourge of domestic violence.
I have been following the many letters being sent to the Roundup, along with the online comments from Paysonites who are opposed to voting in favor of the budget override.
Two professional, very active caring women, Shirley Dye and Darlene Younker have been much maligned in letters to the editor.
If Ms. Prock and Ms. DeSchaaf are elected to the school board, they won’t be governing any time soon, if ever.
Why have legislators Brenda Barton, Bob Thorpe and Sylvia Allen failed to promote issues that affect the lives of people in Payson ...
Thomas Jefferson said the only way we can have a democracy is to have an educated public. To have an educated public we have to support our public school system.
I wonder how many other people are fed up with political attack ads on TV.
Recently, the Roundup featured an article about three candidates for the school board. The responses by some candidates when asked about Common Core they responded that they were in favor of standardized tests.
No one likes a bully. So Arizona Public Service ought to give a little more thought to its relationship to the customers who provide all those shareholder profits — and vote in the members of the Arizona Corporation Commission which regulates the power company’s state-granted monopoly.
Payson got a black eye when an overzealous officer got into a middle-of-the-night confrontation with a weary rider raising money to help returning veterans.
As staunch advocates for a strong public education system and Republican members of the Arizona State Legislature, we read the recent Arizona Republic My Turn piece “It’s time for additional classroom time for all of Arizona’s youngest students” with great excitement.
ACT bill is typical election year posturing to deflect attention from incumbent’s abysmal record on education
As a candidate for Arizona’s House of Representatives my priority is public education. It is my priority because public education powers Arizona’s economy by developing a high-quality workforce, bringing in investors, and creating entrepreneurs. Quality public education is the surest path to higher paying jobs and is vital to Arizona’s future
If we are supposed to believe all the ads on television, it appears that no current candidate is qualified for the office he or she is seeking.
Payson wins again.
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