The Pine library is available Tuesday-Saturday with six public computers so hikers can obtain their parking passes to Fossil Creek.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank the manager of the Sonic Drive-In and the Tonto Apache Tribal Police Department for the exceptional service we received last Saturday evening.
“Legislative revolt on behalf of kids” ... Senate President Andy Biggs tried to bury the bill (KidsCare) without a vote.” This would have taken health insurance from 30,000 Arizona children.
Pine/Strawberry Fuel Reduction Inc. held their first Firewise Day on Saturday, April 30 in Pine.
The headline stated that the system failed, however, it was “the people” that failed! If just one person in the past seven years had not looked away, became involved in the issues of that day or the following days then perhaps (Calandra Balas) would have had a chance.
I stopped at the Pine post office to mail a package on the way to the bank in Payson the other day.
ASSE International Student Exchange Programs (ASSE), in cooperation with your community high school, is looking for local families to host boys and girls between the ages of 15 to 18 from a variety of countries: Norway, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Japan, to name a few.
Editor’s note: The following exchange came in response to a Roundup online poll asking how people think the Payson School District should spend the roughly $480,000 it will receive if voters approve Proposition 123.
The letter writer argues we should “strike a balance” in Arizona politics by not voting for the party that insists people who work for a living and earn less and less every year because the worthless flat currency has no intrinsic value, should be robbed of their earnings to support those who cannot or will not work to support themselves.
I (am writing) about dogs-at-large, otherwise known as strays.
I applaud your ability to be receptive to additional information.
While Prop. 123 may not be the ideal option, it may very well be the only option the schools have to get the money owed to them.
I recently watched a screening of our president holding a town hall meeting at the University of Illinois Law School wherein he said that the highest office of our land was to be a citizen.
We balance our checkbooks, we have the tires on our vehicles balanced, we balance our washing machines when they go out of kilter, and we try to balance our work lives with our family lives so each receives their fair share of attention.
First of all I would like to thank you for the very long, detailed article in the April 29th edition entitled “The system fails, a child dies.”