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.
This small, but colorful art gallery and gift shop opened earlier this year in the Swiss Village Shops next to the then-Payson Florist, 802 N. Beeline Highway.
Confrontation with judge likely subject of investigation
The State Bar of Arizona is investigating Gila County’s chief deputy attorney for possibly violating the rules of professional conduct.
When Kathleen Rable walked away from Waushakum Pond 46 years ago, she left a piece of herself. She never really forgot about it, but she did move on.
County attorney questions role of judges, election of senators
Gila County Attorney Bradley Beauchamp questioned the right of judges to review the constitutionality of legislation and lamented the passage of the 17th Amendment allowing the direct election of U.S. senators at a Tea Party meeting last week, often sounding like he was back in front of the high school government class he once taught.
Buckner’s composure, professionalism, work ethic lauded by county attorney
For his composure under pressure both in the field and in courtroom, the Gila County Attorney’s Office has named a Payson cop Officer of the Quarter.
Despite receiving some three inches of rain and a splattering of snow this weekend, police reported few problems.
Local businesses, county supervisors come through
The fourth annual Payson Area Food Drive is off to a strong start.
Officers suspect alcohol played a part in a rollover accident last weekend near Christopher Creek.
Police say an intoxicated man crashed a lime green ATV into bushes Wednesday after reportedly throwing a fit in a local jewelry store and storming out.
He fought off flames at a Star Valley trailer park fire several weeks ago by himself until more help arrived. His actions likely helped prevent the spread of flames to several nearby homes, said Hellsgate Fire Chief Gary Hatch.