Gov. Jan Brewer has made a convincing case for accepting roughly $2 billion in federal funds annually to expand the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System, despite the qualms of the lawmakers representing Rim Country.
Time to take the plunge. Time for Payson to take the lead in saving the East Verde River. In the process, the town will also help save the tourist economy on which we all depend.
The Payson School Board this week loaded the gun, took aim at its big toe and pulled the trigger. Misfire. Thank goodness.
School reformers — taken note. Town planners — pay attention. Business boosters — take heed. The workers in this town can’t hold their breaths indefinitely.
Thank goodness the Payson School Board decided not to sell Frontier Elementary School — at least for now.
The circus continues. Last week, the first installment on a haphazard, poorly considered trillion dollars worth of federal budget cuts took effect as both parties once again failed the test of leadership.
Glad to see the Legislature’s being creative about stimulating tourism in Arizona. You gotta figure: Look what the Loch Ness Monster has done for Scotland.
Let’s say you’ve resolved to be more financially responsible. That’s great. Praiseworthy even.
Fooled again. We thought the Washington politicians from both parties were just playing at being petty, irresponsible knuckleheads for the election.
You’ve got hope. And you’ve got plans. And you’d better hope the plans work out.
We fear the Payson School Board is on the brink of a big mistake.
Well, how thoughtful. The Arizona Legislature is considering instructing science teachers how to teach controversial subjects.
Change drives a sports car. But government’s stuck in the wheelhouse of an oil tanker. T
Boondoggle. Roll the word around on your tongue: Boooondogggggle. Now: enunciate the phrase: Gila County Board of Supervisors. See how well that all rolls together?
Time to call in the cavalry. Time to find some partners. Time to try some creative solutions.