Another tragedy of domestic violence played out in a Gila County courtroom recently. We put it on the front page because domestic violence remains the great scourge of this — and every other — community.
Gotta give Star Valley credit: They know how to haggle.
Our Humor Me Theater Troupe has produced and staged melodramas, improv, The Hometown Country Radio Show and family comedy for all of Rim Country, performing for the schools, churches and we even put on the 125th Payson Anniversary Melodrama for the city.
Thank you DJ Craig and Peter Aleshire for the lovely picture of the Milky Way and article about our starry home.
I love roundabouts. The intersection in Payson that screams for a roundabout is McLane and Longhorn.
This might sound partisan.
Moose Lodge 852 and Women of the Moose chapter 2012 would like to thank these individuals and businesses for their donations and support for the Wallace family benefit, (which was held) from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, July 16:
Much has been written about this past softball Season and the Lady Longhorns.
In reading an article about motorized vehicle ban on key Payson trails, I realized nowhere does Mr. Morris state how to register support or displeasure with the proposed plan.
The Houston Mesa Fire District board and the Payson Town Council deserve a big round of applause from everyone who cares about Rim Country.
We applaud the leadership of Representatives Hice and Lowenthal, and Chairman Lamborn, for working to find legislative solutions to increase the pace and scale of cleanup at abandoned mines across the nation. HR 3844 is a positive step.
Before we construct a roundabout at Longhorn and McLane it would seem to be important to review the statistics related to the incidences of accidence at that intersection, particularly as they relate to the involvement of high school students and high school activities.
Here’s when I decided it will all work out.
Yes, the Fourth of July is over and we move on to the next one, however, it is appropriate to ponder these thoughts as a timely reminder after the celebrating is over.