I know I’m not the only person receiving my water bill from Pine Strawberry Water Improvement District (PSWID) three (3) days before payment is due.
Communication is an odd thing. Speakers understand what they say and the listener understands what they heard. Unfortunately, sometimes the message is unclear between the two.
We would like to give a big Payson “thank you” to everyone who attended the get-together for Lois Bissett.
I want to thank you for the article from Feb. 10, under the heading “Public shut out” in which Senate Bill 1435 is brought to our attention. SB 1435, was introduced by Republican State Senator Sylvia Allen, (our senator in Rim Country) and other sponsors from both parties.
I was dismayed when I read the article about Payson Unified School District Superintendent Greg Wyman’s report to the school board on bills pending in the Arizona Legislature and the possible effects on our schools.
Brenda Barton says she is “working on kindergarten hours” and transparency in government. Actually she is a co-signer of a bill that closes doors on public meetings and ensures secrecy in legislation — a far cry from transparency.
This is an open letter to the Safeway manager and wonderful employees at the store.
“DHS Intelligence Report Warns of Domestic Right-Wing Terror Threat,” warns CNN.
If the Rim Country Regional Chamber of Commerce is so concerned with failing small businesses, why then would they go out-of-state to have their own website redone without even requesting a proposal from one of their own chamber members?
Thank you to all of the people who called or showed up at the Feb. 17 Northern Gila County Fair board meeting to volunteer.
How wonderful that the front page news of our Friday, Feb. 13 paper told how promptly our town officials got together and cleaned up the “town yard” located at 500 South Green Valley Parkway after complaints received from people strolling along the upper loop of the park who could view the “unorganized junk yard” and the Payson Roundup sending town officials several pictures of the mess and seeking town officials help to clean it up.
I’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who kept their eyes and ears on alert looking for my lost puppy, Z.
The antics of the recently elected Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas should come as no surprise.
The Honorable Sen. McCain deserves our respect as person and as a war hero. He certainly earned our praise for his endurance while being imprisoned during the Vietnam War.
Too often our own government just plain obstructs the efforts of the people to get ahead in life.