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.
A jury made short work of a Pine man’s attempt to justify domestic violence.
Sometimes, it’s the little things. Sometimes, it’s the thought that counts.
First step to getting out of real, deep hole: Stop digging. Gov. Jan Brewer’s proposed budget seems to meet this first, common sense bit of advice when it comes to recovering from a four-year financial catastrophe.
Gov. Jan Brewer has proposed a reasonable plan to use mostly federal money to expand the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System to some 300,000 citizens.
The Payson School Board has operated with a refreshing and much-needed openness since Superintendent Ron Hitchcock took over.
The folks who brought you the fiscal cliff, the incredible growing deficit and Arizona’s ban on both camel hunting and letting donkeys sleep in bathtubs now want to reform public schools.
Optimistic Personality Disorder: It must exist — and we’re pretty sure we’ve got it. Easy to treat though: Just momentarily pay attention to politics.
What a great way to finish off the year — winning the top two awards in the Fiesta Bowl Parade with a float that represented a true community effort.