Exchange a bag of trash for a lottery ticket.
Barry Cromer pointed to the 365-day calendar that filled a considerable space on one of the mostly-empty walls in his new office.
Members of the Payson Phantoms 14-and-under and 13-u club baseball teams showed just how much playing the sport means to them by working in the hot sun for two days last weekend to raise money.
“They work really hard. They’re very dedicated.”
National Championship is first pro victory for collegiate star
Making a living as a professional athlete is just a dream for most.
Rasmussen says she and Payson police handled Tucson team’s disqualification properly
Payson Little League president Barbara Rasmussen is upset with how she was portrayed in a story that ran in Tuesday’s Roundup about a Tucson area team being disqualified from a tournament in Payson.
Parents of players on a Tucson area Little League baseball team are upset with how their children were treated last week at an all-star tournament in Payson.
It’s hard to impress Dell Owens.
Beating Blue Ridge, Show Low, Snowflake still key
As Jake Swartwood and his Payson High varsity coaching staff prepare to begin the football season in earnest with the first official day of practice on July 27, the fourth-year Longhorns’ head coach reflected on the realignment by the Arizona Interscholastic Association that goes into effect this fall for the next three years.
Desirae Burris couldn’t wait to get out of Payson after graduating from high school in 2010.