Outstanding articles, both on Larry Norton and Jack Day.
I have been pondering writing this letter for quite some time and a recent conversation pushed me over the edge.
A letter writer claims “no matter how many investigators have thoroughly looked into the Benghazi tragedy and completely cleared Hillary Clinton …” The rest of the sentence is irrelevant, for that portion is the premise of the argument and if the premise is false then the whole argument is false.
This past Saturday we went to the local Elks Lodge to see what was billed as “Men’s SUPERSTARS!” show.
In the fall of 2009, under the leadership of Roger Kreimeyer, the Payson Area Food Drive was organized. The Rim Country Rotary Club Foundation volunteered to be the nonprofit organization to handle the funds for this drive.
An often-shown commercial on TV recently displays a person attempting to outline many advantages for a certain TV provider.
Conservative men are the first ones to shout, “I’m not a scientist” when faced with climate change facts. But when it comes to women’s health issues, they’re all gynecologists!
A friend of mine and I were discussing guns and gun control and to my surprise he stated that the reason he possesses guns is that he did not trust the government and he felt he needed guns to defend himself from the government.
First of all, I would like to thank the Roundup for printing my letter in honor of my grandson this week, and for the article that was written. I have received several comments on the article and want to make it clear that I am solely responsible for the information that was provided.
As might have been predicted, a major ruckus has developed over the untimely death of conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, and how quickly he must be replaced.
Payson is rich in the endless generosity and care of its youth.
We need leaders with character, however ...
Thank you so much, Payson Roundup ...
There is no response necessary to being called a victim of my own kangaroo court!
Last Sunday I experienced a tumble off my bicycle at the Green Valley Park.