When we give to charities we want to know what the money is going for. Not for high executives’ salaries but for the purpose of the charity.
The Environmental Protection Agency is the nation’s leading job killer, implementing and enforcing laws that impose impossible regulation burdens on American businesses.
Before the Supreme Court hears oral arguments based on two lawsuits challenging the Affordable Care Act provision requiring employers to provide contraceptive coverage as part of their health-care plans, it might be worthwhile to take a look back before moving forward.
When you’re becalmed in your dingy, far from shore, running out of water — even a breath of wind can inspire a surge of hope.
The Payson School Board continues to struggle with the consequences of the state legislature’s abandonment of the public school system.
We read constantly about the dangers of distracted driving, such as driving while texting or talking on the cell phone. Some states have passed laws prohibiting such practices.
I sure would like to know if Payson got all these stop signs in town free or at the very least, cheap or, to borrow a phrase from them, an offer they couldn’t refuse!
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of those who worked to make our water rate-payers meeting in Gisela this past week so successful.
On behalf of the Kohl’s Tonto Creek Subdivision Homeowners Association (KRHOA), thank you so much to District 1 Gila County Supervisor Tommie Cline Martin for all your efforts to reopen the Blattner Pit in Preacher Canyon.
The Animal Welfare Thrift Shop and the local animal rescue groups we support would like to thank all of our amazing volunteers and everyone who came and helped make our first Frugal Formal a success!
March 30 is National Doctor Recognition Day.
Arizona State Representative Andrew Sherwood, D-Tempe, says teachers should not be armed in defense of the children in their care because “there is no proof guns in schools make it safer” (Payson Roundup, March 4).
Now, we know “politician” is one of those 10-letter words that have a four-letter feel. But then again, watching a skilled politician operate with an eye to the public good can also prove very close to inspiring.
Here’s what we wish — although we know it’s foolish.
I can’t understand why Michelle Tina Petitte was not kept in jail or sent to prison ...