El Niño proved a false hope.
We’re excited that Payson officials have so quickly moved to support a volunteer effort to boost Rim Country’s economy by creating a network of trails for mountain bikers and others.
Wow. What a century. Kind of eye opening — even for us.
The budget looms.
Revive Main Street.
Senate President Andy Biggs’ decision to not even allow a vote on a plan to provide health care for at least 30,000 low-income children seems mindless and cruel.
Whamo. Biff. Bam.
Payson has been frozen in the headlights of the university plan for the last couple of years, yearning for its fruition, frustrated by its delays.
Oh, and Gov. Ducey, while we have your attention.
Gov. Doug Ducey made a powerful case for Proposition 123 in his appearances in Payson on Monday.
Mercifully, Gila County elections officials ran a smooth, clean, responsible election. Moreover, Gila County residents demonstrated their civic responsibility with the third highest turnout in the state.
Firefighters throughout Rim Country are already bracing for a dangerous fire season — with the El Niño conditions delivering a merely normal amount of snow and rain this winter.
Gov. Doug Ducey and others insist schools have enough money — they’re just spending it in the wrong places.
Gosh. Seems like Gov. Doug Ducey doesn’t read our editorials. Or worse: Reads them and ignores them.