Twelve years ago when we explored Payson as a possible place to retire from the stress of larger cities, pollution and crowded streets, we were very impressed.
On Friday, April 1, 2016, I went shopping at our Payson Safeway. When I walked in, I noticed there were many people waiting at the checkout area.
Roundup readers should know the Department of Child Safety is making huge strides to serve Arizona by keeping children safe, and working to provide loving homes.
I’m probably gonna regret this but: If you have friends or family traveling the Beeline, please advise them of the speed trap between milepost 235 and 240, just south of Rye.
This is actually what happened. The Democrats wanted the dark money and they saw a way to get it.
I am so happy to have the mobile app for Payson.com available. I travel for my job and this app will keep me updated when I’m away.
On behalf of the Payson Lioness Club I wish to add further thanks, and some additions and corrections to the list of those who contributed to the success of the Spring Tea & Fashion Show event on April 2.
It was sad to see the Roundup do an article about women salivating over mostly naked men at the Mazatzal Casino recently.
I would like to acknowledge the passion, dedication and commitment of Payson and Pine Girl Scout volunteers!
Are you aware that our state Legislature is currently evaluating the transfer of our precious federal public lands (i.e., national forests, BLM lands, etc.) to the state?
It sure looks to me as if she is exactly what the “framers” had in mind (except maybe her gender, of course) when they created our republic, a citizen-servant who steps up and puts oneself on the line.
On behalf of the Payson Lioness Club I wish to thank the following persons who assisted and supported our recent Enchanted April Tea & Fashion Show event on Saturday, April 2, at the Payson Methodist Church.
We have owned a business in Payson for 14 years and live in the Valley. We have high hopes for Payson and would eventually like to live there when we retire.
The Rim Country Fire Angels, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated “To provide assistance in improving the quality of life for the children of Rim Country and to support the Rim Country Fire Departments and their personnel in time of need” would like to say thank you to all the people of Rim Country who donated to our first ever toy drive this past Christmas season.
Rep. Paul Gosar is upping his sorry mission to bring more uranium mines to our Grand Canyon in order to further the Koch brothers’ agenda to oppose creating more national monuments.