The first responsibility of our elected officials is to “protect its citizens.”
The Payson Book Festival was wonderful! Congratulations and thanks to the planning committee and sponsors!
Andy McKinney did a great job in his article, “Read all about it” covering the Payson Book Festival.
In response to “the letter to the editor” in last Tuesday’s paper regarding the “downfall of SCAF” sent in by Ben Arnald.
The Little League mission: “Through proper guidance and exemplary leadership, the program assists children in developing the qualities of citizenship, discipline, teamwork and physical well-being.
It is a shame that Green Valley Park, where I used to take all my visitors, has now become a dog toilet.
Green Valley Lake: An extraordinary, well-maintained place and a most happy discovery for me since my arrival to this area 10 years ago.
I would like to respond to the letter about wildlife habitat around Green Valley Lake.
In regards to the ammunition plant choosing not to expand …
Currently, a survey is available to share your thoughts about the future of Pine Strawberry.
In the wake of the Charleston, S.C. shooting rampage in the Emmanuel A.M.E. Church, the issue of gun control is once again being widely debated.
Summer is a difficult time to find volunteers, but we have 19 projects with more than 200 volunteers needed.
Each year when I buy my Tonto Rim Search and Rescue raffle ticket for a prize I don’t need or want, I wonder why these kind and generous people are selling them.
In the eyes of the business world and of the FCC, “Low Power FM secondary service stations” such as our 99.7 FM KPJM-LP and 96.3 FM KRIM-LP are a different class than “full power primary service commercial stations” such as Payson’s 1420 AM/103.3 FM KMOG and 99.3 FM KEMP located in Oxbow Estates.
The Pine/Strawberry SCAF is now a poor excuse for a non-profit community support organization.