Three strikes — you’re out.
On Saturday at 11, the long-suffering backers of the Payson university campus will celebrate a signal victory.
The man who deserved the award didn’t get his name on the plaque.
Two guys are sitting in a bar near closing time.
So, turns out regulations work.
The band trumpets and thrums.
Maybe you think we’re safe.
I get it.
Here’s the deal: You can’t have a crappy educational system and a healthy economy. You can’t convince corporations offering good, high-paying jobs to move to a state where their executives don’t want to send their kids to local schools. You can’t improve productivity without an educated workforce.
Payson schools are getting a sobering dose of tough love.
Sometimes, corruption’s perfectly legal.
Payson has some great teachers.
Easy enough to get discouraged.
Reckless. Simply reckless. Lawmakers on the losing end of the vote to add 300,000 people to the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System continue to try to overturn the vote in court. The 36 lawmakers who have filed suit include Rim Country’s representatives in the House — Bob Thorpe (R-Flagstaff) and Brenda Barton (R-Payson).
Payson parents got some great news this week.