So, suddenly, no more AIMS test.
Shhhhh. Don’t jinx it.
On the subject of educational reform ... please take note of the story concerning a wonderfully creative effort in a Payson High School history class to help students understand how miscalculation and emotion produced the great tragedy of the 20th century — World War I.
“Those that respect the law and love sausage should watch neither being made.” Mark Twain
With each passing year, the great wisdom of the Rim Country leaders who won rights to the C.C. Cragin Reservoir grows more clear.
Rep. Brenda Barton does have a point.
A sickening silence has settled over the effort to bring a four-year university campus to Payson.
Lots of problems make headlines.
We’re shocked and dismayed that one of Sen. Sylvia Allen’s first actions upon her return to the Arizona Legislature is to introduce a bill that could dramatically curtail citizens’ efforts to hold government accountable.
The shocking return of measles as a killer scourge demonstrates the cost of our vulnerability to junk science and professional alarmists.
A simple classroom exercise, unexpectedly revealed a profound truth.
Payson Unified Schools Superintendent Greg Wyman makes solid points in his critique of Gov. Doug Ducey’s budget proposal.
Sixteen doughty, Rim Country bird lovers braved frigid temperatures recently to participate in the nationwide Christmas Bird Count.
We nearly had it beaten.
First the good news: The Gila Community College board seems to have finally set aside years of bickering and inaction to help students instead of protect their own turf.