Editor: The high school kids leaving school and demonstrating against the election results should get it through their heads they have not earned the right to have anything to say about it.
Editor: On Oct. 22, 2016, Payson Lioness Club and PAWS sponsored “A Dog’s Day Out” event. The Pet Club hosted the event. On behalf of the Payson Lioness Club I wish to thank all who sponsored, supported, and participated in this event. I am very pleased and proud to announce that $850 was raised and will be forwarded to Leader Dogs for the Blind. Barb Stratton, president, Payson Lioness Club
Editor: Is it just me or does anyone else find it ironic that the liberals and the main stream media went ballistic when Donald Trump was allegedly not going to comply with the results of the election? They claimed there has never been a time in our nation’s history where the results were not accepted! Now that the has won, it is the same liberal left that is rioting in the streets, destroying public property, with the sole intent of trying to overthrow the results of the election! There is a word for this. Hypocrites. Norm Liesener
Here’s our fondest hope. The outlandish things Donald Trump sometimes said during the campaign were often just for show.
Editor: What will it take, more denying the obvious and more accidents before the Arizona Department of Transportation (or whomever) finally realizes the speed limit along Highway 260 between Payson and Star Valley is entirely too fast at 55 mph?
Editor: The republic that the Founders created is now saved. The Republican Party is about to excise a cancer of collusion and corruption from Washington, D.C.
Editor: To the more liberal among us, let me help you out. I am a typical presidential under vote. This year I was not.
Editor: At the outset of this letter, I wish to identify myself as a registered independent with no affiliation to either major political party.
Last week I mentioned that I wanted to be a scientist, but didn’t go to college out of high school because a counselor said a science degree was impossible for me.
Most often when one thinks of worship, one may have memories of large choirs with various octave ranges in voice singing in harmony ... particularly and oftentimes during the Christmas and Easter season.
Rattlin' the Rim
The communities of Pine and Strawberry are home to some of the finest marksmen, hunters and shooters in Arizona.
I’m writing this column on Election Day and I have already voted by early ballot, so I don’t have to go to Christopher Creek to vote.
In 1898 the Rim Country was about to create a large new group of veterans who would go to war on behalf of our government. It was the Spanish-American War, the first to recruit soldiers after settlement.
Editor’s note: We are reprinting here an editorial written by our sister publication, the White Mountain Independent following the death of Show Low Police Officer Darrin Reed.
Firefighters rushed into danger. Neighbors rushed to provide assistance. The propane explosion that destroyed an apartment building and injured nine people brought out the best in many people in the beloved community.