How wonderful that the front page news of our Friday, Feb. 13 paper told how promptly our town officials got together and cleaned up the “town yard” located at 500 South Green Valley Parkway after complaints received from people strolling along the upper loop of the park who could view the “unorganized junk yard” and the Payson Roundup sending town officials several pictures of the mess and seeking town officials help to clean it up.
I’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who kept their eyes and ears on alert looking for my lost puppy, Z.
The antics of the recently elected Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas should come as no surprise.
With each passing year, the great wisdom of the Rim Country leaders who won rights to the C.C. Cragin Reservoir grows more clear.
Rep. Brenda Barton does have a point.
One would think that the good folks in Payson would tire of Raymond Spatti and the complete lack of honesty in his letters to the editor, either that or his complete ignorance.
The Honorable Sen. McCain deserves our respect as person and as a war hero. He certainly earned our praise for his endurance while being imprisoned during the Vietnam War.
Too often our own government just plain obstructs the efforts of the people to get ahead in life.
A handful of Payson/Pine/Star Valley residents met for a second time on Feb. 10 to discuss the very real possibility that Payson may not be the home of the Northern Gila County Fair scheduled for Sept. 11-15 of 2015.
About 6 p.m. recently we started our normal fireplace evening fire. Moments later, our neighbor alerted us that flames were coming from my chimney.
In June 2010, the Schultz Fire burned a total of 15,051 acres of Coconino National Forest bordering the City of Flagstaff.
The new year had barely begun before politicians resumed their damaging, political games led by our own Teapublican state representatives Brenda Barton and Bob Thorpe.
I received my electric bill the other day and was struck by the number of categories of charges I pay for along with my electricity.
A sickening silence has settled over the effort to bring a four-year university campus to Payson.
Lots of problems make headlines.