Max Foster

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Forest busy after Thanksgiving holiday

Traveling to Flagstaff Saturday morning, wife Kay and I were puzzled by the large number of visitors we saw on our trip through the Coconino National Forest.

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Buffalo archers do battle in Wickenburg

Pine-Strawberry School Buffalo archers continued their determined march to the National Archery in Schools Championships next spring in Louisville, Ky. with a stellar showing in the nine-team Northwestern State qualifier held Nov. 19 in Wickenburg.

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Be a sweetie, get tickets for See’s Candy raffle to help library

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Is there anything more luscious than mouthwatering See’s Candy? Probably not and that’s why there is a huge demand for the luscious bites especially during the holidays.

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Support for Pine-Strawberry fire district greatly appreciated

Pine-Strawberry voters turn­ed out Nov. 8 to overwhelmingly approve the fire department’s appeal for a tax levy increase.

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Tellabration time in Pine

Storytellers around the globe, including those in the Rim Country, are gearing up for the 2016 Tellabration, which brings the area’s most celebrated tellers of tales out to delight, captivate and mesmerize audiences with their stories.

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Get ready for annual turkey shoot

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The communities of Pine and Strawberry are home to some of the finest marksmen, hunters and shooters in Arizona.

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Library loaded with activities this month

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The Isabelle Hunt Memorial Library’s November activity calendar is jam-packed with activities for patrons of all ages and interests.

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Young archers shine in Pine

The one-two punch of Raci Miranda and Emma Paine paced the Pine-Strawberry School Buffalo archery team to a first place 3-D finish in a nine-team National Archery in Schools (NASP) state qualifying tournament contested Oct. 22 in Pine.

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Pine/Strawberry archery event impressive

As a retired public school coach of 37 years and a Payson Roundup and White Mountain Independent sports reporter for close to 30 years, I’ve attended and participated in hundreds, maybe thousands, of athletic events.

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P-S Fire District needs budget override to maintain services

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Pine-Strawberry voters have by now received in the mail their early voting ballots for the Nov. 8 election. The vote-by-mail ballots were sent out Oct. 12.

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