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A film for all ages to enjoy
I admit that I had my doubts about “Life of Pi.” All I knew from the trailers was that a teenager gets trapped on a lifeboat in the middle of the ocean with a hungry tiger — and survives!
Salvation Army holiday bell ringer volunteers are needed for two-hour shifts every Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Walmart, Safeway, Bashas’ and Walgreens.
Music programs are planned at Rim Country schools in the coming days.
The pre-kindergarten children of Community Presbyterian Child Learning Center are helping the less fortunate children of Payson this Christmas season.
I have developed an unquenchable thirst, which makes me drink water all the time. As a result, I have to spend a lot of time in the bathroom urinating. Can a person drink too much water?
These any many other homeless pets are available for adoption at the Humane Society of Central Arizona.
Payson Jazz Trio joins Dr Jass & the Heartbeats in a two-set holiday-themed presentation of swinging jazzy tunes at 2 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 9 at Payson Community Presbyterian Church, 800 W. Main St.
Spread holiday cheer to care center residents, fixed-income elderly and others in need
Christmas may still be about presents, but for some of us, there really isn’t anything we need or want. So what’s a gift-giver to do?
Once again we approach the most famous month known for giving.
In the northern part of Payson is 142.85 acres that were patented in 1920 by Andrew T. Hammons.
They make a perennial appearance on the gift aisles during the holiday shopping season – those big tins of popcorn. Why not make some of your own this year.
Mass tourism can turn a lovely island paradise into a tourist trap.
Hospice Compassus and the Rim Country Hospice Foundation invite the public to a Celebration of Life at 6 p.m., Wednesday Dec. 5 at Mountain Bible Church, 302 E. Rancho Road.
An amazing film
This might well be the only five saw blade movie of the year; certainly it is the best film to see the big screen between January and November.
A doctor on a television program who said that taking 2 teaspoons of red vinegar at lunch and dinner lowers your blood sugar a lot. Do you think this is true?