Alexis attended the University of Arizona where she graduated in 2008 with journalism and retailing degrees. She joined the Roundup staff a month after graduation. At the Roundup, Alexis covers the Star Valley Town Council, law enforcement, courts and business beats.
Despite an overall drop in the crime rate last year, Police Chief Don Engler said drugs remain a persistent problem in the community.
If you have not been in Payson’s RadioShack recently you are in for a few surprises.
After 22 years with the Payson Police Department — the only law enforcement agency he worked for — Patrol Sgt. Less Barr is retiring.
Payson has a new fitness choice and it’s taking a page from old-school gyms.
Several local roadway projects have made their way onto the Arizona Department of Transportation’s five-year plan.
Beating out thousands of other singers, a local hairdresser made it through the first rounds of auditions for The Voice.
“It is often the worse call they’ll make on the worst day of their life,” said Alison Murphy, Payson Police Department dispatch supervisor.
Fire district needs $400,000 more
It was dubbed a simple project that would cost $375,000 and take a year to build. After burning through much of that money, the Hellsgate Fire District is the proud owner of a concrete slab.
This year’s bountiful harvest at the Payson’s Community Garden will yield fresh produce not only for gardeners, but some of the community’s needy.
Town hails new firms, rising sales
Payson’s economic director Bobby Davis was buzzing with excitement last week as he delivered an update to the council on the area’s growth.