At APS, our goal is to make Arizona the solar capital of America. We believe we’re well on the way with a plan to shape our state’s solar identity and create a sustainable energy future.
The Knights of Columbus of Payson wish to thank the residents and visitors of Payson for their generous support to our annual Tootsie Roll drive. Proceeds go to Payson Special Olympics.
Let’s be clear. No one has challenged Brenda Barton’s right of speech. What is rightly challenged is her use of it.
While I can appreciate the difficult challenge for the editor to fact check letters submitted to the Roundup, I wish to address some major inaccuracies in the letter from Raymond Spatti published on Oct. 22.
Our family would like to thank the entire community of Payson and the surrounding areas for their amazing support and prayers after Seth’s critical incident, while in the line of duty
If even half of the victims of domestic violence had Holly Crump’s courage, perhaps we would finally end this terrible scourge.
A little longer. Dear Lord, just a little longer.
Health care is not a concern of Obama. He wants the government to have complete control of you and your neighbors. Health care is just one of the perversions to achieve that agenda.
In regard to all of the letters calling for Representative Brenda J. Barton to be recalled or resign — All that she was trying to do was to wake up the people to the fact that Obama is using the same tactics that Hitler used in taking over Germany.
I could not believe my eyes when I read in the Roundup that the Tonto National Forest Service had not yet done an appraisal on the land earmarked for the new ASU site.
On behalf of PAWS (Payson Area Woofers Society) we would like to thank the Elks for the use of their facility for the chili supper.
I just finished your Friday’s Oct. 18, 2013 editorial page. I must agree with persons who objected to calling Obama a Hitler.
The percentage of 17-year-olds taking calculus increasing. The percentage of 17-year-olds taking pre-calculus or calculus more than tripled from 1978 to 2012.
Calculus is not regularly required for college and it is not required for a bachelor’s degree, which 90 percent of the students in the district will receive if they graduate.
The party my family and friends gave for my 90th birthday on Oct. 19 was so wonderful! I can’t really express the depth of my thanks to everyone.