What is the difference between murder and self-defense?
Wake up, Payson!
A very special thank you to all who worked so hard to make “Bingo for the Children” a total success. Our total earnings were $1,300 after expenses.
The tragic death of a football player from Keams Canyon Hopi High and alarming injuries involving Payson players underscore a troubling issue — and the absolutely crucial need for the community to contribute to Payson’s athletic programs.
Never mind the kindest, most generous, most interesting people you’ll find anywhere.
Ray Pugel’s latest guest commentary was titled, “Community members must become involved” ... We are involved Mr. Pugel. More than 400 individuals signed our recall petitions for you and Mr. Lovetro and Mr. Calderon and Mr. Dickinson in only 21 days.
Mr. Guida placed another advertisement “to irritate liberals.”
Shortly after the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) was signed into law by President Obama on March 23, 2010, I knew, as an insurance agent, that any health insurance plan written after that date would be subject to cancellation in 2014.
Again without the following vendors and personal donations the “Bingo for the Children” would not be the success it is every year.
Turns out, education reform’s a lot simpler than you might think.
A father in an incomprehensible blur makes a terrible mistake. He drops his shoeless 2-year-old son off alongside Houston Mesa Road — and drives away. Astonishing. Frightening. Terrible.
Eighteen years is enough. For 18 years an effort has been made to eradicate the water woes in Pine-Strawberry. That effort has been successful but there is more work to be done.
Although I should not be surprised, I am amazed by the number of falsehoods that have been promulgated regarding the events that occurred that led to my husband’s arrest.
As director of the Arizona Department of Transportation, I take strong exception to the headline and tone of the Nov. 9 article on funding for highway projects around the state.
In the ongoing debate of net metering, APS keeps raising the issue that those with solar do not pay their fair share of the costs of the grid.