It’s gotten past crazy.
The state budget is approved, and many think the battle for public education is over for the year.
People say that Congress should face the facts about climate change. But why “must” Congress acknowledge climate change is real?
On behalf of my class at Rim Country Middle School, I would like to thank the person(s) who so generously paid for our lunch at Denny’s on Feb. 20.
When and why did tax increase become the two most desired words in the English language to our state politicians?
Had meant to compliment photographer DJ Craig sooner on the magnificent spread of pictures and article that appeared in our paper recently.
If the inequity in Gila County policies and spending between north and south continues, maybe it’s time to seriously consider a split from Globe and Southern Gila County.
We’re delighted to welcome back a native.
The Arizona Legislature continues to flail and froth when it comes to educational reform.
Over the weekend we learned of the loss of seven children in a house fire in Brooklyn, N.Y. Their ages ranged from 5 to 15 years old.
This is for Michele Nelson, the Roundup’s “Healthy Foodie” columnist. Thanks for taking the long view for all the children and their children who will need not only good food, but good soil, water and air, as free of poisons as we can keep them.
Arizona State Representative Bob Thorpe has introduced legislation to establish a state compact with other states prohibiting legislation imposing restrictions on the transfer of firearms stricter than existing federal restrictions.
On behalf of the Tonto Rim Search & Rescue’s Dog Teams, I wish to express our gratitude and appreciation for Dr. Alan Hallman’s generous support.
Over the past couple of years I have been in contact with the Arizona Department of Transportation to make the Ralls Drive / Highway 87 intersection in Strawberry safer for all who use it. Several things have already been done, and more improvements are in the works.
We hope Gila County finally stands ready to protect the public — and at least mitigate the lopsided spending patterns that have ripped off Rim Country for years.