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.
If you were looking to reach someone working for the town Monday you might have found yourself lost in a maze of phone extensions.
Rescuers hauled several injured hikers out of canyons this weekend, including from Fossil Creek and the Tonto Natural Bridge State Park.
After a tense search through the woods behind the Payson Police Department, officers arrested a man hiding with a gun Monday morning.
Bizarre Fossil Creek rescue
It is a birthday a 23-year-old Valley woman will not soon forget.
From a back room where a painting had captured my friend’s attention, I could hear a group of women coo over finds in the main foyer of the antique shop, once a home.
Just as you would probably never get through all of Zane Grey’s western novels, you could not check out Rim Country’s entire library of campsites. And like your favorite book, you’ll probably return to your favorite site repeatedly anyway, finding new details in the character of the land.
Payson approves contract
The C.C. Cragin pipeline project continues to move forward, one pipe at a time.
Although there is a new yellow helicopter parked outside Banner Payson Medical Center, Native Air wants residents to know they are still flying in Rim Country.
Fifty festive floats will roll down Main Street
Look for lots of red, white, blue, stars, stripes and all manner of patriotic bunting and more as this year’s August Doin’s Rodeo Parade celebrates American Pride.
Toulouse, a 6-year-old blue tick coonhound dog stopped, looked at its handler and whined outside 87 Cyclery early Monday morning.