Thank you Bell Ringers and the people of Payson.
I read Michele Nelson’s article of Jan. 11, “Water rate hike halted,” regarding Payson Water Company’s (PWC) proposed rate increase that is currently under consideration by the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC).
The Payson community has come through again in providing for our most valuable treasures — our children.
Time Out, Inc., wants to say an extra special thank you to ERA Young Realty & Investments ...
Pearl Buck has been quoted as saying, “... the test of a civilization is the way that it cares for its helpless members.”
Check out the number of Payson students that enter a four-year college and then check out how many “finish” in four years and graduate.
Governing is all about compromise and priorities, and 2013 was a historic year for the do-nothing Congress.
There is no way to put into words the gratitude I hold in my heart concerning the newspaper article “They Call Her Miss Shari.”
Thank you, Pete Aleshire, for writing “Brightest students most neglected” (Jan. 10, 2014).
I’d like to take this opportunity to thank Chief Engler for his attempts to work with the citizens on McLane regarding speeding issues, particularly in the curvy 15-25 mph stretch of road between Payson Parkway and Overland, where people on the street have fought back with “slow down” signs.
Pet owners, be aware there is someone poisoning pets in the area of Golden Frontier and South St. Phillips.
I lived in Germany for three years while in the Air Force.
This really is just an FYI to the Arizona Game and Fish Department in this area — There is a population of coatimundi that live in the area of the Lake Roosevelt dam.
Recently the love of my life lost his battle with cancer. During his fight the residents in the communities of Pine and Strawberry opened their hearts to my family and myself.
I’m sorry Eva James that you have had bad experiences with roundabouts and I would agree the one at Home Depot is not a very good example of what roundabouts should provide.