Max Foster

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Payson’s Pirch finishes 12th in bass shoot-out

Snags big fish of tournament

Fishing in the shadows of the White House and Lincoln Memorial might intimidate some, but not Payson pro Clifford Pirch.

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Gear up for fun run, Fire on the Rim and more

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It’s not too early to begin planning for the Justice McNeeley Foundation Poker Run, which has morphed since its 2004 inception into one of the most celebratory gatherings held in the two mountain hamlets of Pine and Strawberry.

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Monthly fiddlers jam showcases area talent

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Want to be entertained by a family-friendly, toe-tapping hootenanny that showcases the talents of some of Pine and Strawberry’s finest musicians?

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Special art project welcomes students back to school

Is there anything more unsightly than a dirt-brown, 20-foot metal storage container sitting in the middle of an elementary school campus?

Pine, Strawberry benefit from Tontozona fever

Solid proof exists that the excitement, economic benefits and hype of the Arizona State University football team’s stay at Camp Tontozona spills over into Pine and Strawberry.

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Pirch turned Payson into ‘Wrestling Capital’

The coach who turned Payson into “The Wrestling Capital of Small Town America” has been inducted into the inaugural Payson High School Hall of Fame.

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Pine library seeks community’s help

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In the July 15 Rattlin’ the Rim, I encouraged Payson High School’s prospective football players to participate in a preseason training camp to be held July 18-22 on the school’s campus.

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Special guest joins Friends of Pine Library

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Friends of Pine Library could be hosting one of the group’s most interesting and informative guests ever during its monthly meeting at 1 p.m., Monday, July 25 at the Library Activity Center, behind the Cultural Hall of the Community Center.

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Hall of famer LaHaye: Wrestler’s roots in Payson

R.C. LaHaye might be the youngest member of the 2016 Payson High School Hall of Fame, but one check of his sterling credentials reveals he’s more than qualified to be included in the inaugural hall.

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Anonymous complaints, accusations need investigation

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Obviously there are at least two Pine and Strawberry readers who believe using pseudonyms appropriate when penning letters to the editor or expressing concerns to Payson Roundup reporters and columnists.

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