The staff and volunteers of Time Out are pleased to announce our new store is now open.
Mr. Gore, do you still believe in climate change? Well, we must be in a freezing one at present.
I see that there is a Letter to the Editor from a member of the public about the library’s lack of tax booklets.
I want to say a public thank you to the nurses at Payson Regional Medical Center. Recently my husband had to be hospitalized two times.
The Head Start and Early Head Start programs in Payson, part of the Arizona-based Pinal Gila Community Child Services organization, wish to extend sincere thanks to the Payson area medical and dental professionals who provided free health and wellness screenings for enrolled families in our local community.
Kaitie’s Closet wishes to thank the Payson Lioness Club’s Darlene Brumbaugh and fellow members for coordinating a truly successful Cut-A-Thon with the Haute Junkie Salon’s Robin and Wendy benefiting many children and members of our community.
The Animal Welfare Thrift Shop would like to thank the following businesses and people who donated their time, services, and items for our second annual Frugal Formal last Saturday evening.
Arizona Senator Debbie Lesko recently wrote a letter to the Arizona Republic defending Rim Country Senator Sylvia Allen.
Today was a lovely day for a walk around Green Valley Park in Payson.
Welcome to the State of Arizona, home of the most unintelligent children in the United States.
In the March 17 issue of the Payson Roundup there was a list (though not complete) of school personnel who recently left Payson Unified School District.
Today I made time to drive to the library to gather the tax forms needed to file.
People say that Congress should face the facts about climate change. But why “must” Congress acknowledge climate change is real?
On behalf of my class at Rim Country Middle School, I would like to thank the person(s) who so generously paid for our lunch at Denny’s on Feb. 20.
When and why did tax increase become the two most desired words in the English language to our state politicians?