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.
Daniel Flores got the thrill of the lifetime recently fishing at Green Valley Lake.
The bulls slobber and twist as the cowboys fly.
Turns out, Payson’s chock full of amiable, extras — seeking their gleeful 15 minutes of fame.
The wind wafted. The kayakers paddled. The fisherman fiddled. The children tumbled. The dragon slumbered.
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.
Parent University offers tips on different learning styles
Kids got learning styles.
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.
We wait. We watch the skies. We dread what awaits.
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.