The Payson Unified School District’s plan to start online classes on Aug. 3 and in-person classes as soon as Aug. 17 has opened a floodgate of questions and concerns. Read moreFar more questions than answers on schools reopening
- Incumbent Gov. Doug Ducey repeatedly throws around the phrase that Arizona is "open for business" as both a commerc… Read moreDucey, Garcia clash on economy, business climate
For the past year, Pine resident and Arizona House candidate retired Army Colonel Felicia French has been traveling t… Read morePine Mom and Daughter Hit the Campaign Trail
So, you need to get to the grocery store on the other side of the Beeline Highway. It’s Friday afternoon. The traffic… Read moreCrossing the highway With your eyes closed
In today’s Roundup, you’ll find the most important article we’ll write about the hotly contested race for Payson Town… Read moreFew of the Payson council candidates support WUI code
The horrifying revelations keep pouring in, as more and more women reveal the sexual harassment, intimidation and humiliation they have suffered. Read moreWhat will you do in this terrible moment?
So do we really want a 600-student prep school in town whose parents can cough up $55,000 in tuition each year? Read morePrep school raises some intriguing questions
By a heartbreaking 11 votes, Hellsgate voters rejected the fire district’s request for a tiny increase in the property tax rate so it could we… Read moreWill Hellsgate crisis Spawn an opportunity?
Four years ago, 19 firefighters died in terror and agony trying to save Yarnell. We were horrified to think of their courage and desperation —… Read moreWhat the death of firefighters requires of us
The White Mountains has endured four major wildfires in the last fifteen years, causing the evacuation or pre-evacuation of thousands of residents and burning well over one million acres of precious forest. Read moreEDITORIAL: Biomass study could help forest, economy
PHOENIX -- A referendum to kill expansion of the voucher program survived its first hurdle despite efforts of the lawyers who don't want it go… Read moreVoucher repeal referendum survives first legal test
Here’s the most baffling question raised by our dangerously overgrown forests, prey to crown fires, bark beetles and other catastrophes. Read moreWhat will our grandchildren say about us?
Months after their colleagues in the House passed a bill to quash Obamacare and emboldened by a president eager for reform, the United States Senate this week faces the daunting, but critical, task of deciding the fate of health care for hundreds of millions of Americans. Read moreEDITORIAL: The health care conundrum