Deluge spawned one of state’s worst disasters
The memories cast a heavy shadow across the memories of those who were there. Now, a band of Christopher Creek residents have resolved to shine a light on the shadow of that terrible tragedy — the 1970 Labor Day Flood.
St. Patrick’s Feast Day is on March 17, marking the death of Ireland’s patron saint in A.D. 461.
Rattlin' the Rim
Just two years ago, Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) officials huddled with Pine Strawberry Arts and Crafts Guild president Olga Sehnert and Community Educational and Cultural Association (CERCA) president Mel Palmer to review ADOT’s controversial decision to ban parking on both sides of Beeline during summer festivals.
The images of Payson, mostly from the 1950s, have a certain familiar feel to them
Storms batter Phoenix but tame Rim Country wildfires
The monsoon has gotten back on track, just in time to dampen a host of wildfires burning across Northern Arizona.
Harvest your garden’s bounty now, enjoy later
Rim Country gardens are going great guns these days, so most gardeners are harvesting hand over fist.
Movie lives up to its billing
2 Guns is billed as an action/comedy and it delivers on both counts.
Ever since I can remember I have had a special place in my heart for the very big trees.
The remnants of Tropical Storm Norma crashed into Arizona 43 years ago this coming Labor Day weekend.
Zucchini loves the Rim Country. People say it grows almost like a weed once you give it a little bit of attention.
Concert pianist Andrew O’Brien will be heard in recital at 7 p.m., Friday, Aug. 23 at Payson’s Gila Community College Room 301.
Peggy Martin, CNN, will present another Cookin’ For Health class at the Payson Public Library at 1 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 24.
I suffer from premature auricular contractions. I have seen a couple of doctors about it, but none seems to consider them worth discussing. I was told I didn’t need to do anything. I wasn’t given any medicines. Does this deserve more attention?
Cool, exciting, complicated
When the cynical old movie reviewer says “Oh, boy!” at the end of a film, perhaps we have something extraordinary.
Chapter 24: Mount Ord
The lofty Mazatzal Mountains presented the formidable barrier to the Tonto Basin, and had to be breached if the army and pioneers were ever to settle the Rim Country.