In a Sept. 15, 2015 My View column, Payson Roundup editor Pete Aleshire labeled any questioning of the funding as “gossip,” “conspiracy theories,” “insults and demeaning” and “demonizing” of those behind the project.
We inadvertently left out some important businesses in our show program for “Addict,” recently presented at Payson High School.
Baby steps. Baby steps. Let us be grateful for baby steps.
The sale’s complete. The sale’s complete.
With the newfound revenue coming into the state, Arizona now has $750 million in its rainy day fund. This money was not expected when the legislators adopted the state budget earlier this year.
Thank you for the very nice article in Tuesday’s Roundup on the Zane Grey Cabin.
Star Valley’s 10th anniversary picnic on Saturday drew 200 people, according to town officials.
I was never scared of all the witches, zombies, and assorted goblins wandering around on Halloween next Saturday night.
The Zane Grey Shrine Club of Payson wishes to thank all the businesses that supported our recent golf tournament to raise funds for the Zane Grey Shrine Club’s activities in support of the Shriners Hospitals for Children.
Sunday last the Rim Country Republican Club staged one of our famous sign waving events and a good time was had by all.
At the moment, Einstein’s bit of wisdom would seem to apply admirably to The Pine Strawberry Water Improvement District.
A rock and a hard place: That neatly describes the plight of most school districts these days – including our own beloved Payson Unified School District. Hampered by the foolish lack of support for education on the part of the state legislature, the district faces many no-win choices.
Military veterans receive some of the best medical training and experience available when serving our country.
Celebrate with Rotary as the world approaches the total eradication of polio.
Traditionally a “gas war” is between competing gas stations in an individual town or location.