Payson library offers classes, movies and more to enrich patrons’ lives
The rush of the holidays can get so overwhelming we start to sympathize with ol’ Ebenezer and find ourselves secretly saying, “Bah humbug” rather than “Happy holidays.”
For the 10th year running, Santa’s Gila County helpers have been busy refurbishing bikes all year to distribute to less fortunate children at Christmas. So far the county has collected 140 rebuilt bikes for various organizations to give to children throughout Gila County.
The hustle and bustle of the season adds a celebratory flavor to the holidays. That hustle and bustle explodes this week with a long list of craft fairs and one of the community’s most popular music programs.
Hospice Compassus provides an opportunity each holiday season to remember lost loved ones through its Celebration of Life, this year at 6 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 4 at Mountain Bible Church, 302 E. Rancho Road, Payson.
Star Valley has paid $4,200 of a $7,500 contract to Bruce Varker for a streets and roads master plan. However, the consultant has done very little since April, town officials complained.
If you want to have as much fun shopping for holiday treasures as the recipients will have receiving them, plan a visit to Moose Mountain. The shop is packed to the rafters with wonderful gifts in all shapes, sizes and prices.
Gila County’s resources to cover road building and other transportation costs are shrinking.
Recall supporters now want quick election
The Gila County Board of Supervisors called off a promised community meeting on the takeover of the Pine Strawberry Water Improvement District and politely sidestepped pleas for a quick election.
Supervisors schedule Dec. 11 briefing on Pine water takeover
Some 700 county employees are getting an early Christmas gift from the Gila County Board of Supervisors in the form of a one-time bonus.
Tellabration time in Pine
Good food and good stories await in Pine.