Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas makes a great case for doing away with her toothless and obscure office entirely.
You did it again.
We have published part two of a four-part series concerning the pros and cons of a charter school, American Leadership Academy, coming to Payson.
In a rare show of skillful, bipartisan compromise, the Arizona Senate last week approved a complicated and potentially controversial plan to reform the state’s underfunded pension system for police officers and firefighters.
The discovery of minute amounts of mercury off-gassing from the rubberized floors in the Pine school gym and cafeteria represent one of those nerve-wracking intersections of science and public policy.
We’re delighted that Senator Sylvia Allen and Rep. Bob Thorpe have signed on as co-sponsors for a bill that will restore foolishly cut vocational education funding.
When the call came in, the two Christopher-Kohl’s firefighters rushed to their truck and charged out into the freezing night.
The terrible, dismaying, tragic Payson rape case now heading into the tangles of the legal system illustrates just how far we still have to go to give women the freedom, security and respect they deserve.
No doubt about it — we’ve got the best readers in the world.
We’re ready to burst into flames of happiness.
Here’s our wish for the new year: A Firewise building code in Payson — and some stirrings of responsibility by the Gila County Board of Supervisors.