The article about the Payson School ‘running drills’ because of the Oregon shooting raises my hackles, because in every one of these mass shootings, drills were being run before it happened
We’ve got a bad feeling about this, Poncho.
“That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed ...” Declaration of Independence.
A recent article in the paper said it’s unwise to “make a teacher carry a gun.” OK, then make it optional, if a teacher opts to be defenseless and unable to protect themselves and their students, then so be it.
There’s an old saying that goes something like “Fool me once and shame on you, fool me twice and shame on me.”
The “Cell Phone Sex Busts” article caught my attention, not because of the story but because of the involvement of the police.
We’re confident LaRon Garrett will make a great Payson town manager.
The Payson Police Department has stumbled into a series of investigations into teenage sex texting that should give every parent nightmares.
Years ago, I learned of a Noble Peace Prize winner by the name of Ilya Prigogine from Belgium.
I would like to express my sincere appreciation to everyone who participated in the Third Annual Gila County STEMFest on Saturday, Sept. 26 in Payson.
A big shout out and congratulations go to Roundup sports editor Keith Morris, for the myriad of accolades he won in the recent Arizona small newspaper awards.
Once more unto the breach, dear friends.
No doubt about it: Smoke’s irritating.
Arizona State University was just named the nation’s Most Innovative University by U.S. News & World Report.
Compelled background checks were never intended to reduce criminal access to firearms. In fact, compelled background checks have never prevented a crime in the history of the planet.