We’ve been scratching our heads, trying to figure out the latest brouhaha about the planning commission. Seems that the terms of Chairman Jeff Loyd, Vice Chairman John Swenson and commissioner Scott Helmer all expired in December.
We were grieved to learn of the planned retirement of Gila County Superior Court Judge Peter Cahill.
We’d be skipping through the irises of spring if we had time. But we’re too busy trying to figure out which delightful thing to do with ourselves this weekend.
We were delighted when Sen. Sylvia Allen’s SB 1172 died quietly without a full vote in the closing days of the frantic legislative session.
So, we were reminded in today’s issue of one more reason we love Rim Country so.
The once-staunch Republican Party has lost its moorings — at least in Arizona.
The system stinks.
We’re delighted that the Gila County Supervisors unanimously decided to once again waive the dump disposal fee for perhaps 1,000 tons of brush and wood cleared from fire-menaced lots in Pine and Strawberry.
Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan demonstrated her commitment to an open administration and contact with the voters by stopping by the Payson Tea Party meeting last week and spending more than an hour talking and answering questions.
The residents of Pine and Strawberry are pleading with the Gila County supervisors for a little help to save their communities.
Payson made history this week, finally locking in a $34 million loan from the Water Infrastructure Authority of Arizona (WIFA).
Hold your breath, boys, we’re lashed to the great White Whale and who knows when he’s going to dive deep.
Women and children who fled violent homes with nothing need someone to pick up food from the community food bank.
We’re delighted to learn that Rep. Paul Gosar has taken the lead in Congress in a bipartisan attempt to restore urgently needed federal payments to rural counties hobbled by the impact of the federal governments vast holdings in the west.
It’s gotten past crazy.