Tuesday March 11, 2014
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Tom Loeffler GCC board member
Although restrictions have been lifted, forest officials still urge visitors to properly extinguish their fires.
Hikers on the Broken Arrow trail look out at Submarine Rock in the distance.
A pink Jeep ascends the Broken Arrow road.
The five largest wildfires in the state have all occurred since 2002, including last summer’s ...
Sophomore Briana Aguirre discovers at least one thing about the first day of school that ...
Payson Unified School District Superintendent Ron Hitchcock gets a little student feedback from Anaiah Blair ...
"Even though the fire restrictions have been lifted, we still need to be careful. We ...
File photo of Main Street.
Michael F. Anderson, author of “A Place in the Land the Settlement of Pine, Arizona: ...
A monsoon storm on Monday night dropped up to three inches of rain on Payson ...
Kate Adams displays some of the personal and home accessories and clothing she has purchased ...
Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett
NASA photo showing Neil Armstrong on the moon
This is the first image from the Discovery Telescope near Happy Jack .
Gila County dispatched road crews to cope with the flood flows across both First and ...
Payson Unified School District Superintendent Ron Hitchcock spent the first day of school touring five ...
Mari Slocum, Past Exalted Ruler from Tempe Elks Lodge #2251, was one of the many ...
The annual Payson Elks Lodge Clothe-a-Child Golf Tournament hosted a full field of 28 teams ...
Alix Parker handled goalie duties for the Lady Longhorns’ soccer squad.
Varsity player Emily Lofano-Masse (left) and alumna Becca Branstetter race for the ball.
Former players Natalie Black, left, and Tanya Olson (black jerseys) battle it out with PHS ...