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Community again coming together

Once more, Rim Country proves it’s the best place to live in the world.

Simple toys best for young kids’ learning

When it comes to promoting learning for children 5 and younger, basic toys and quality time with adults are the best gifts an infant, toddler or preschooler can receive.

A vet says thanks

A big thanks to the people who put together the Veterans Day program at Payson High School ...

A wolf from somewhere?

There has been a great deal of interest in the wolf observed on the Kaibab Plateau in northern Arizona.

End suspense, start construction

The effort to build a university in Payson continues to generate hair-raising suspense — way more than we really need. But after a confusing brush with disaster, the backers seem ready to come back together.

Beloved community comes to the rescue

The beloved community comes through again.

We hate to see him go

We hate to see Larry Stephenson leave the Gila Community College Board at such a crucial moment — but his decade of service has earned our gratitude.

Holiday traditions build skills in young kids

Holiday traditions offer more than fun during this festive season; for young kids, they are a chance to develop skills that will make them successful in kindergarten and beyond.

America finally woke up

Nov. 4, 2014 will go down as a historic day. After six years of President Obama lying to the American people they finally woke up and said that we are not taking your lies anymore!

We need the jobs

I am an avid hiker. Since moving to Pine almost nine years ago I’ve been privileged to hike beautiful trails like Fossil Creek, Pine Creek, Horton, Hunter, Barnhart, and many others throughout the Rim Country.

Correction to letter

In a letter to the editor published on Oct. 28 by Sherry Proctor ...

Our many blessings

We enjoy manifold blessings in Rim Country, more than the leaves on the cottonwoods.

Tribes should pursue energy development as they see fit

Today, America is in the middle of an energy revolution, which will create millions of new jobs and generate billions of dollars in revenue over the next decade.

Who needs a university?

“Reportedly, Evans provided the necessary assurances in a meeting with ASU officials this week.”

Constitutional Convention

Irrespective of our political philosophy or on which side of the aisle our sensibilities lie, there are few among us who are not concerned with the recent display of impolitic conflict between the legislative and executive branches of our federal government.