In response to the letter stating the paper was printing hateful letters.
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The dog park is deplorable — when it rains or snows it becomes a mud hole because it is all dirt.
On behalf of everyone in our group, Rim Country Corvettes, we want to thank you for the great coverage of our event last Saturday, May 11 at Chapman Auto Center.
I just read Andy McKinney’s wonderful (as always) review of “Quartet,” in The Rim Review. It sounds like a great movie. I think I’ll go see it. Oh, wait! It just left Payson last week.
We need a plan that is going to work for the future. Two years ago my monthly water rate doubled, and the 3,000-gallon minimum was going to be the way to fix the problems with the water system.
Education is memorization of facts. Personal assumptions without facts are opinions. A post on the Internet is temporary. The written word if forever.
What professional educator would want to be an administrator, teacher or coach in the Payson Unified School District (PUSD)? Seemingly indiscriminate terminations, reductions in force, and now transfers that are difficult to justify and/or understand, undermine the morale of employees.
I am in absolute agreement with Mr. Liesener’s letter, in the May 3 edition, regarding the return to a faith-based life in the United States.
Over 50 women and men attended the first Women’s Rights are Human Rights Film Festival Saturday, April 27. Presented by the local Payson Amnesty International group, the documentary film festival highlighted the challenges women and girls face around the globe.
Didn’t anyone notice one of the most telling aspects of the Mayor Rappaport controversy?
I got wondering how much the people of Payson know about the beautiful facility that the school board is literally giving away.
I would like to comment on several issues with the Roundup. I have felt discrepancies previously and have not written.
All of us at Time Out want to especially thank our peace officers on their Memorial Day, May 15, for the sacrifices at all levels of law enforcement by protecting our citizens against violence, disorder, safeguarding life and property, and their duty to serve the people of Arizona.