I remember hearing the Star Valley town manager on the KMOG talk show a few months back.
Payson Community Christian School has multiple, dynamic, hands-on-ways to meet the needs of our graduates, and to equip them with the life skills they need to be successful.
As you work on a budget that best serves Arizona families today, we hope you bear in mind the fundamental role higher education and our system of public universities play in shaping the kind of future we all want for Arizona.
I’d like to respond to Ric Hinkie’s recent letter to the Roundup, opposing the removal of cattails and other reeds along the shoreline of Green Valley Park’s main lake.
Gosh. Seems like Gov. Doug Ducey doesn’t read our editorials. Or worse: Reads them and ignores them.
Someone or another once said: “Don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good.”
Gila County School Superintendent Linda O’Dell would like to congratulate the many students of Gila County who recently participated in the Gila County Regional Science Fair on Thursday, March 3 in Payson.
There won’t be any more beautiful snowy egret pictures from Green Valley Park’s largest lake. No more great blue herons, few if any baby ducks in the spring and the turtles will be gone too.
A letter writer asserts “Like it or not, abortion is protected by our right to privacy
“Build it and they will come,” Was the catch phrase from the 1989 film about an Iowa corn farmer who hears a voice telling him: “If you build it, he will come.”
Thank you Dr. Gear Jr., DC, NMD OF and his able administrative assistant Ms. Ivy Murry for establishing the Payson Health & Wellness Center.
We heartily agree with Rep. Paul Gosar on his position — but we strongly disagree with rhetoric.
Now, nobody hates kids.
Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04) released the following statement recently after the National Park Service listed the public campground in Pinal County, Ariz., known as Oak Flat, in the National Register of Historic Places late Friday night, despite multiple bipartisan requests to withdraw the fundamentally-flawed nomination:
Payson, hopefully, will soon have a four-year college. A place where students from Payson and nearby communities can send their high school graduates to get a university degree without having to leave the community they grew-up in.