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.
Prosecutors, judge can’t agree on plea
A Gila County judge is standing behind his decision to reject a restrictive plea deal negotiated by the Gila County Attorney’s Office.
Public defender loses court contract because of messages
After reportedly carrying on a sexting relationship with a client, defense attorney Robert Standage lost his contract with Gila County Superior Court.
The proposed adoption of a fire building code for new home construction set off a firestorm of opinions at a Payson Town Council study session Tuesday, with most councilors adamantly against the idea.
Home’s feeling of happiness keeps customers coming back
Tucked among Pine’s antique shops is something new.
Another smashup at deadly ‘Corvair Curve’
A “horrific” motorcycle wreck at Corvair Curve Sunday afternoon closed southbound Highway 87 for several hours and landed a man in the hospital in serious condition.
State rules could force town to drop fees used for parks, Blue Ridge pipeline
Payson in April will seek public input on impact fees charged to builders to pay for water, parks, fire, police and streets.
Man allegedly threatened council, staff bought guns
A man who allegedly asked police about security at town council meetings after threatening council members was arrested recently after he lied about his address to buy several guns.
Agreement could save $500,000
Rural fire departments must cut costs and cooperate to maintain existing services, Hellsgate Fire Battalion Chief Dave Bathke told his board members on Wednesday.
Searchers in helicopters, on quads and on horseback are searching for a man missing south of Young.
Officers juggle slew of cases
A busy, violent weekend and a flurry of court activity produced a mini-crime wave in Rim Country.