Shop around was a hit song for Smokie Robinson in the early ’60s, good advice. Here’s why.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt said, “Nothing ever happens in politics that isn’t planned. If it happens, it was planned.” I’ve been closely studying government manipulations of the people and events for 36 years now, and I have never, ever, seen the above statement fail to be true.
Seems Sgt. Garvin needs a refresher course in police training. And he’s a sergeant retraining a sergeant — not a good sign in police work.
Why does ADOT not just enforce the traffic laws that already exist? The speed limit is 55 mph and recommended to slow to 45 mph. The road is clearly marked and we do not need ADOT to change anything. We just need ADOT to enforce the law!
A short time ago, a plan was formulated to extend Forest Park Drive north into Timber Ridge, one of the new developments currently in the planning stage for Payson.
Well, well. At least one congressman admits to the reason for the mess in Washington.
I was pleased to see the recent articles in the Roundup about bicycle riding in the Payson area, and the two new bike shops in town. I am not a bicycle rider any more, although this could change.
It is hard to find any logic in Brenda Barton’s recent article on public education (Roundup, June 20 ).
I agree with Mr. Hinkie’s (letter) on Friday, July 4, where he states that we have too many uninformed voters. As voters we need to make every effort to become informed and not just take what the media chooses to report. Consider what Mr. Hinkie states as you study whom to vote for. But he missed a few things that also need to be considered before deciding on which candidate to vote for.
I enjoyed your take on our Fourth of July celebration.
I recently saw a flier announcing a political event (fundraiser) to be held at one of Payson’s churches.
The primary election is scheduled for Aug. 26.
Our family recently had the task of trying to defend an estate trust before Judge Cahill.
Although Superintendent Huppenthal’s comments are not without criticism, some of his writings the editor considers “bizarre” merit further thought and investigation.
Are you like me, tired of Congress not getting anything done in a timely manner, or any manner at all?