Members of the Church on Randall Place are seeking volunteers to help make sleeping mats for the homeless.
At 3 p.m. each Tuesday and Thursday (unless otherwise stated), June 4 through June 27 there will be free films shown at GCC with time for a brief audience discussion after each film. (Titles subject to change according to availability.)
This version of The Great Gatsby is the rarest of all movie birds, a heartbreaking human drama that has achieved a mass audience.
Payson pays tribute to veterans
They are getting grayer each year and there are fewer of the most senior among them, but the chairs still fill at the annual Memorial Day tribute to veterans in Payson.
School will be out for summer this Friday, so what are the kids going to do? Some may be lucky enough to find summer employment; some might have to take remedial classes in one subject or another; some may be fortunate to spend time at a summer camp.
Increase your garden’s productivity even when space, time and energy are limited. Just follow these simple planting techniques for a more bountiful harvest.
The concerts are held in the beautiful, open-air setting of Green Valley Park’s amphitheater area. While the performance are held in the band shell, the audience can sit on blankets on the ground or bring a lawn chair.
There are a growing number of travelers who are fed up with the crowds that are visiting the more popular destinations and so they turn to seeking destinations where fewer are going.
Payson is named for Lewis Edwin Payson, an Illinois Congressman. But how did such a small place come to the attention of such a man? The answer is like Hise; as in John Hise and family. Here is a look at this man and his family.
There is something different about the 2013 edition of the Gary Hardt Memorial Spring Rodeo — actually there are several new features. New features
The Payson Rodeo Committee’s annual Gary Hardt Memorial Spring Rodeo kicks off Thursday, May 16 with a new event, Bulls, Broncs & Bling.
The Gary Hardt Memorial Spring Rodeo started as an Old-Timers Rodeo years ago, but has since grown into a fully sanctioned PRCA event featuring some of the top cowboys and cowgirls in the country.
In the Rim Country, Bill Armstrong is known as a longtime rodeo boss, a crafty businessman, a sports aficionado and the father and grandfather to some of the finest athletes to ever play for Payson High School.
They aren’t cowboys competing for points, but without them there would be no competitor. They’re the stock contractor and announcers. Once again, the Salt River Rodeo Company will be providing the livestock for the Spring Rodeo.
Rodeos today look a whole lot different than the early ones held among working cowboys and vaqueros in weathered, dusty arenas. And they cost a lot more to put on. A two-day rodeo requires months of planning and a whole lot of flare. Spectators expect entertainers, commentators, concessioners, professional judges and seasoned cowboys.