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University land sale takes step forward

Alliance delivers first check

The Rim Country Educational Alliance Thursday took another concrete step toward buying the land to build a 6,000-student university campus in Payson.

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The monster of Green Valley Park revealed!

Daniel Flores got the thrill of the lifetime recently fishing at Green Valley Lake.

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Rodeo never loses its thrill

The bulls slobber and twist as the cowboys fly.

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The ugly Monster vs. The Dancing Trees

Turns out, Payson’s chock full of amiable, extras — seeking their gleeful 15 minutes of fame.

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Getting back to nature at the Wildlife Fair

The wind wafted. The kayakers paddled. The fisherman fiddled. The children tumbled. The dragon slumbered.

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Lawmakers lobbied to save watershed

High-powered, high-stakes forest tour

Payson has a vital interest in protecting the C.C. Cragin Reservoir watershed, but then so does the whole of the Valley, Salt River Project administrator Bruce Hallin told a high-powered gathering of lawmakers and local officials on Wednesday.

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Birth order, personality affect learning says counselor

Parent University offers tips on different learning styles

Kids got learning styles.

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Congressman wants tough measures

Representative Paul Gosar spoke Wednesday to the Rim Country Regional Chamber of Commerce, gathering up a heaping helping of praise from Payson Mayor Kenny Evans for helping the town cope with the federal government.

Shameful inaction

We wait. We watch the skies. We dread what awaits.

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Sale signed

Evans: Construction of university will start in fall

The Rim Country Educational Alliance Board this week signed the long-awaited purchase agreement for 253 acres of Forest Service land on which it will build a four-year university in Payson.

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