Forecasters see chance of ‘Super El Niño’ snowpack
Rim Country got drenched Monday and Tuesday, a portent of things to come.
A mounting tally of studies have cast doubt on the hope that forests can buffer climate change. In fact, forests may actually exaggerate the impact of a steady rise in temperatures.
Payson gets mixed grade for meeting state, federal mandates
The Payson Unified School District still has a long way to go when it comes to meeting federal nutrition and exercise guidelines, Payson Elementary School physical education teacher Judy Perham told the school board Monday.
Skeptical Payson board member ‘very impressed’
The new standardized test that has spawned a year of furor and controversy got a surprisingly positive review on Monday from Payson School Board member Shirley Dye.
‘It’s just unacceptable’ says Payson mayor of outage, lack of response
Goaded by the third communications blackout in a year, Payson Mayor Kenny Evans is pushing for a backup, high-speed cellphone and Internet connection.
Inflation adjustment, state trust lands provoke divisions
The high-stakes issue of school funding continues to roil state officials, thanks to a $1.3 billion court judgment, contending reform plans and bitter feuds involving top state officials.
Controversy continues to beset state’s Corporation Commission
Arizona Public Service has decided to drop its bid to triple the monthly fee for customers with solar power, capping months of controversy and accusations of conflict of interest that have swirled around the Arizona Corporation Commission, which regulates the state’s utilities.
The man who deserved the award didn’t get his name on the plaque.
Interim plan would impose entry fee, require reservations to protect stream
If you want to visit Fossil Creek next summer — you’ll need to make a reservation and shell out $10.
It’s the sunsets.